Our Job Opportunities

Fundraising Administrator

The Fundraising Administrator plays a key role in the smooth running of the Fundraising Team at Kiln Theatre. They will be a key point of contact, both within the Kiln staff team and externally to donors and potential donors. In addition to overseeing departmental administration, they will manage fundraising projects of their own and support other team members with their activity. 

This role is designed to give the post-holder an introduction to and training on all aspects of arts fundraising as part of a small, supportive and ambitious team. 

For more information download the Application Pack. When you’re ready to apply, please fill out an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and return a completed Application Form to Recruitment@KilnTheatre.com with the heading ‘Fundraising Administrator’.

Closing Date: 10am 10 Dec 2021
Interviews: 14 December 2021 (first round), 21 December 2021 (second round)

If you would like to post your application, please send it to Recruitment, Kiln Theatre, 269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR

Youth and Community Placement

Kickstart Scheme

London Living Wage (£10.85/hour), 25 hours a week, Tue-Thu (10am-6pm), Fri (10am-12.30pm). The post is offered for a 6 month fixed term.

In this role you will work closely with Kiln’s Youth & Community Manager as part of the Creative Engagement team. The Youth and Community Assistant will support with the promotion and administration of projects, including Youth Theatre, Listen Local Young Writers, Young Company and Town Hall Talks. The Youth and Community’s Assistant will give insight and help to shape aspects of Creative Engagement’s work so that our projects can best serve local young people.

Kiln Theatre has created this role as part of the government’s Kickstart scheme, and is working with Creative Access as a Kickstart Gateway and the Creative Engagement Placement at Kiln will be part of a cohort of Kickstart jobs which benefit from support from Creative Access alongside the support from our in-house team. Click here to find out if you are eligible to apply>

You must be referred by your Job Coach at the Job Centre and be in receipt of Universal Credit, and that you have your unique Introduction ID before applying.

For more information download the Application Pack. When you’re ready to apply, please fill out an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and return a completed Application Form to Recruitment@KilnTheatre.com using the heading ‘CE Kickstart’.

Closing Date: 9am Tuesday 30 November 2021

If you would like to post your application, please send it to Recruitment, Kiln Theatre, 269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR

 

 

FRONT OF HOUSE ASSISTANT

The Front of House team is the public face of Kiln, welcoming audiences and delivering excellent customer service, while ensuring health and safety and licencing regulations are met. Everyone at Kiln strives to make the building an inclusive and friendly place which reflects and celebrates our local communities. FOH Assistants will be allocated shifts across various types: theatre usher, cinema usher and also the café and bar.

For more information download the Application Pack When you’re ready to apply, please fill out an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and return a complete Application Form to Recruitment@KilnTheatre.com using the heading ‘Front of House Assistant’.

This is an ongoing recruitment opportunity. Get in touch as soon as possible.

If you would like to post your application, please send it to Recruitment, Kiln Theatre, 269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR

Kiln Theatre is an Equal Opportunities employer and we strive to create an inclusive environment that reflects and celebrates our local community. We particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse people and D/deaf & disabled candidates as these groups are currently underrepresented in our staff team.

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