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Job Opportunity: Interim Managing Director, The Arts Catalyst

Hours: 4 days pw (or 32 hours pw)
Salary: £30,400 pa (£38k pro rata)

 The Arts Catalyst is one of the UK’s most distinctive arts organisations, distinguished by ambitious artists’ commissions that engage with the ideas and impact of science. It is a non-profit organisation, funded by Arts Council England as a National Portfolio Organisation. 

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You Me Bum Bum Train is calling all budding actors and craftspeople!

The utterly unique, interactive theatre production ‘You Me Bum Bum Train’ is run by volunteers, and relies on arts funding and support in kind to produce shows that have received five star reviews, awards and an Olivier nomination. Tickets sold out in minutes BUT they’re casting now for 2015’s show; no previous experience is necessary. They’re also looking for people with set building/decorating skills to volunteer some of their time (practical training can also be provided).

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Job Opportunity: AV Manager, Whitechapel Gallery

Conditions of work

• Full time permanent position
• Starting salary: £25,000 - £27,000 dependent on experience
• Hours of work: 9:30am – 5:45pm Monday to Friday.
• The period of notice is 2 months in writing
• Probation period: 6 months

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Job Opportunity: Digital Content Co-Ordinator, Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall is one of the world’s most iconic entertainment venues, with an unrivalled history of world-class artists and performances. It hosts over 390 events each year including rock, pop and classical music concerts, opera, ballet, circus, sport, award ceremonies, conferences and banquets.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Digital Content Co-ordinator to join a friendly Marketing and Digital team.

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Help fund a spellbinding interactive show about Ada Lovelace

There are not enough women in tech, globally. We need more role models to demonstrate that more women should be in tech. It is time to bring these women out.

Ada Lovelace is an extremely inspiring female role model. She invented the computer program in 1843 and then got written out of history. Ada.Ada.Ada tells her story and here is what the audience said when they saw it:

"Our whole IT department need to see this."

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