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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Hoxton Hall is a great place to work, offering staff a unique environment to grow their career.  With plenty of opportunities for work experience and volunteering, Hoxton Hall also acts as a great platform to start careers. Keep your eye on this page for all our Jobs & opportunities.

 

LEAD AUDIO DOCUMENTARY FACILITATOR 

 

Hoxton Hall is seeking a facilitator with extensive knowledge in working with BAME communities in the context of cultural exploration and identity. This is a 24 week project working with a targeted group to make an audio documentary/podcast about growing up in Hackney between July 2019 and February 2020. We are looking for a creative, responsive and dynamic facilitator that will motivate and engage with young people and be sensitive to their cultural needs.

Candidates should have experience in working with vulnerable young people and be able to respond appropriately to the needs and anticipated safeguarding issues that may arise through the project.

The listening project team will be supported by the Hoxton Hall Participation team to deliver outreach and engagement with young people locally using social media, local networks and outreach to widen participation to harder to reach young participants. In the autumn term a select group will be invited to continue their work at the Hoxton Hall recording studio.

Download the full job info pack and application form HERE

Application deadline: 12 noon on Monday 3rd June.

 

YOUTH ENGAGEMENT SUPPORT WORKER

 

Hoxton Hall is seeking a Youth Worker support with extensive knowledge in working with BAME communities in the context of cultural exploration and identity. This is a 24 week project working with a targeted group to make an audio documentary/podcast about growing up in Hackney. We are looking for a creative, responsive and dynamic youth worker that will motivate and engage with young people and be sensitive to their cultural needs.

The ideal candidate will be an experienced youth worker with a proven track record of working with challenging young people within centre-based provision. You will have a firm understanding of the role that arts and culture programmes have in both engaging those who are harder to reach and the power these have in supporting young people to increase in confidence, learn transferable skills and gain accreditation.

Candidates should have experience in working with vulnerable young people and be able to respond appropriately to the needs and anticipated safeguarding issues that may arise through the project.

Download the full job info pack and application form HERE

Application deadline: 12 noon on Monday 3rd June.

 

ARE YOU AN ASPIRING ACTRESS?

HOXTON HALL IS OFFERING AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A YOUNG PERSON TO BE PART OF A PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTION THIS SUMMER.

Read more about the opportunity and how to apply here

Registration deadline: 10th May 2019.

 

WELCOME TEAM VOLUNTEERS

We are recruiting volunteers to join the Welcome Team and work alongside the Duty Manager to deliver an excellent level of customer service to all visitors.

We’re looking for friendly and confident people with an interest in theatre to help Hoxton Hall continue to deliver excellent customer service to our visitors. Welcome Team volunteers will receive free membership, discounted and free tickets to our shows and a contribution towards your travel costs.

If this is of interest to you please download the job description below:
Welcome Team Volunteer Job Description

Please contact James Francis at jobs@hoxtonhall.co.uk.

 

We also accept applications for Work Experience from any students interested in gaining experience within the performing arts.

WORK EXPERIENCE

We are only able to offer very limited places throughout the year. Due to the high volume of requests and to ensure a fair selection from the applications, our process is as follows:

  • Students send in a CV and covering letter clearly stating their school, year group and normal place of residence. Please provide the dates of your Work experience and deadline for school confirmation.
  • These should be emailed to jobs@hoxtonhall.co.uk.
  • We also would like to know why you have chosen to apply to Hoxton Hall in particular for your Work Experience and what you hope to gain from your time here.
  • We prefer that applicants apply themselves and not through adults (parents/careers) where possible.
  • Hackney based students will be given first consideration, followed by out of borough applications.
  • Applications will be reviewed and we will be in contact within 4 weeks of your application. If you have not heard from us within this time then unfortunately we are not able to offer you a placement.
  • Before offering you a placement we will hold an informal interview. We will not be able to confirm if you have been offered a placement until after this interview.

 

For info: The application process is extremely competitive, and due to the high numbers we receive we are sorry that we are unable to contact unsuccessful applicants.

We are always looking for volunteers to support our projects and performances within the Theatre. If you would like to be contacted when these opportunities arise please contact the Youth arts team: youtharts@hoxtonhall.co.uk

Potential areas of interest include:

Events

As a fully functioning theatre and events space, we offer work experience in coordinating bookings, communicating with theatre companies, assisting with ticketing and organising staff for events.

Youth

We provide a year long youth arts programme working with schools across the borough, you can help us create promotional material, research activities and develop events for young people like you.

Marketing

It is vital we communicate our events, activities and services to a wide audience. We offer experience in email campaigns, assisting with the upkeep of our website, social media management and developing new marketing ideas.

Buildings and Facilities

Our venue was built in 1863 meaning it requires plenty of regular upkeep from our facilities team. We offer work experience in helping to maintain this amazing building, from general maintenance to technical theatre – perfect for anyone who likes to get their hands dirty!

Reception and Administration

We have over 40,000 visitors a year, meaning we handle a great of number enquiries and greet a wide variety of people everyday. If you enjoy working with people and want to develop your reception, secretarial or personal assistant skills, this is the perfect area for you.

Front of House

All our events are run by a dedicated front of house team who manage our box office, steward our events and organise the bar stock. Help them make a difference! (Work experience students will not be required to sell alcohol).

Assistant Stage Manager

Hoxton Hall’s theatre can accommodate over 200 people, which is a lot of people to please during a show. We offer experience for people to learn what happens backstage, from keeping the show running smoothly to monitoring props and supporting performers.

Interested in learning about producing and creating events and getting involved in shaping the programme here at Hoxton Hall?

We are looking for dynamic and committed individuals to join our Youth Arts Board at Hoxton Hall. You don’t need any previous experience. We are interested in anyone with new ideas and creative interests – whether it’s in theatre, music, film, dance, art, installations, spoken word or comedy.

Members of the board will be the voice central to all our work, you will be part of building a creative programme reflective of our young user’s interests and creative skillsets. The Youth Arts Board will work together with the Hoxton Hall Team over the course of the year to:

  • Inform the direction of Hoxton Hall’s creative programming.
  • To produce and commission events, performances and workshops.
  • Develop creatively through attending masterclasses in their chosen areas of artistic practice.
  • Attend Hoxton Hall’s Trustee Board meetings
  • Attend Hoxton Hall events
  • Act as ambassadors for Hoxton Hall
  • Take on paid opportunities where available.

To apply you must be between the ages of 14 and 25.

How to Apply

Please complete the Youth Arts Board application form HERE and the Equal Opportunities and Monitoring form HERE.

Applications must include both forms to be considered.

*Please note this is a voluntary role.

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