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  • Salary: £19,000
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    The Albany

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The Albany is South East London’s leading performing arts venue driven by the cultural diversity and creative mix locally and supporting over 400 performances annually.

We are seeking a committed, enthusiastic and flexible Technician to work with our team to deliver performances and events across our three venues: the Albany, Canada Water Theatre and Deptford Lounge. The successful candidate will provide high quality, all-round technical support including lighting, sound, AV and stage management. The candidate will work closely with visiting companies, hirers and resident artists and will require strong communication skills to ensure the highest level of service.

This is an exciting opportunity to grow and develop your technical skills, and to take ownership of the technical facilities of the venues. This position is intended to be a one-year development role for the successful candidate.

Contract: Fixed Term, Full-time, including regular evenings and weekends
Salary: £19,000 p.a.
Closing date: Tuesday 19th June 2018 at 9 a.m.
Interviews: Wednesday 27th June 2018
Start date: asap

We particularly welcome applications from women and people from a diverse background.

We are open to applications from applicants with commitments over the summer (fringe etc) whilst looking for someone to make a start as soon as possible.

For more information about the Albany please visit our website or contact us via the details below if you require information in an alternative format.

If you have any access needs in relation to your application and interview then please let us know in advance by contacting us on telephone 020 8692 0231

The Albany will offer an interview to anyone with a disability* who meets the essential criteria. The Albany aims to be an equal opportunities employer and embraces diversity in all its areas of activity. Registered charity 1112521

* a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative effect on a person’s ability to do normal daily activities