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Workshop Deputy

37 hours available
Grade TC03: SCP from 23 – 27
Salary From £21,693 – £24,657
Permanent vacancy

Closing date for applications: Monday 24 June 2019

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Theatr Clwyd has been Wales’ foremost producing theatre since 1976. The Executive Team (Artistic Director – Tamara Harvey and Executive Director – Liam Evans-Ford) are currently navigating the most important cultural and operational shifts in the 42 years of its existence, a period which will redefine and secure the future of this unique and valuable arts centre.

The theatre’s Production Department aims to create and run to the highest standards, all aspects of Theatr Clwyd’s productions and related projects, in partnership with directors, designers and project leaders. The department is responsible for ensuring creative teams achieve their artistic vision within agreed timescales and budgets.

The Workshop Deputy will work with the Workshop Manager to plan, build and install scenery for Theatr Clwyd productions and as part of the Production Department, to provide a service of the highest possible standard.

The successful candidate will be skilled and experienced in a broad range of construction methods and materials (primarily carpentry, welding and fabrication) with good interpersonal and supervision skills, along with a thorough knowledge of safe working practices.

Application Closing Date: Monday 24th June 2019
Interview Date(s): w/c Monday 8th July 2019

Please email or call Steve Eccleson (Workshop Manager) or Jim Davis (Director of Production) for an informal chat.
steve.eccleson@theatrclwyd.com
01352 755207

jim.davis@theatrclwyd.com
01352 701578

Theatr Clwyd recognises that the ability to communicate in Welsh is an important and valuable skill in the workplace and is committed to increasing the numbers of bilingual employees. We welcome applications for any post from candidates who are able to work in both Welsh and English. We will also support new and existing employees who wish to learn Welsh or improve / develop their Welsh language skills.

Workshop Deputy – Job Description

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Sous Chef

14 hours per week
Grade TC05 – SCP 13 – 18
(Salary from £17,391 to £18,870 pro-rata)
Fixed term until 10/01/2021

Closing date for applications: Sunday 30 June 2019

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The Theatr Clwyd Executive Team, Artistic Director Tamara Harvey and Executive Director Liam Evans-Ford, are leading the theatre through an exciting period of change, building on the excellence and pride of the past to generate a dynamic, creative centre for the arts for the future.

We are looking for a Sous Chef to join our Operations Department, to work closely under the direction of the Chef in preparing excellent food for all customers and users of Theatr Clwyd, through innovative and changing menus, using a variety of cooking methods and in a variety of styles. This will include a wide range of food offers from café services to buffets, pop-up events and large-scale dinners.

Prospective candidates should offer proven and practical experience of working as a sous-chef or Kitchen Assistant in a professional restaurant. The post holder should also demonstrate a flair and enthusiasm for cooking with fresh, quality ingredients together with an understanding of menu planning and development of the catering service.

For an informal discussion please contact:
Name: Andy Reilly-Price
Job Title: Operations Manager
Tel: 01352 701882

Theatr Clwyd recognises that the ability to communicate in Welsh is an important and valuable skill in the workplace and is committed to increasing the numbers of bilingual employees. We welcome applications for any post from candidates who are able to work in both Welsh and English. We will also support new and existing employees who wish to learn Welsh or improve / develop their Welsh language skills.

Part time, job share and flexible working arrangements will be considered.

Sous Chef – Job Description

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Kitchen Assistant

12 hours per week
Grade TC07 – SCP 6-7
(Salary from £16,394 – £16,495 pro-rata)

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Theatr Clwyd has been Wales’s foremost producing theatre since 1976 and the Executive Team, Artistic Director Tamara Harvey and Executive Director Liam Evans-Ford, are leading the theatre through an exciting period of change, building on the excellence and pride of the past to generate a dynamic, creative centre for the arts for the future.

The Operations Department is responsible for the logistical functioning of the building. At its core is promoting and maintaining an excellent audience experience and ensuring that Theatr Clwyd is a welcoming and safe environment for the public, visiting artists and staff. We are looking for a kitchen assistant who will provide support to our wider kitchen team dealing with food prep, cooking and general kitchen duties.

Candidates should have previous experience working in a customer focused role in a similar environment and have a willingness to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.

Thursday 16:00 – 20:00
Friday 16:00 – 20:00, and
Saturday 12:00 – 20:00 each week.
There will also be times where other hours are required to be worked to help support large events.

For an informal discussion please contact:
Name: Andy Reilly-Price
Job Title: Operations Manager
Tel: 01352 701882

Kitchen Assistant – Job Description

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Technical Apprentice

Theatr Clwyd and Wales Millennium Centre
£4.20 per hour for 37 hours per week
1 year fixed term contract from September 2019

Closing date for applications Monday 15th July 2019.

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Theatr Clwyd is seeking a suitable candidate to take part in the Creative Apprentice scheme being operated across Wales by the Wales Millennium Centre. They will train and develop skills in technical theatre production, such as sound, lighting and stage management. The successful candidate will be based at Theatr Clwyd, but employed by the Wales Millennium Centre. Interviews will be at Theatr Clwyd.

Creative Apprentice Scheme
This scheme is intended to allow candidates to develop their existing skills in a real world environment, and prepare them for full time employment in the theatre industry. It is operated in conjunction with Cardiff & Vale College, who will be the college provider for the qualification side of the apprenticeship, which is a Level 3 Certificate in Technical Theatre: Sound, Light and Stage.

The scheme is running across Wales, with a target of 10 apprentices.  Each apprentice will have a base venue, where most of their time will be spent.  There will be an induction week in Cardiff, and potentially other weeks in Cardiff for industry standard ‘off the job’ training, provided by the Association of British Theatre Technicians (and other providers).  Accommodation in Cardiff can be provided.  There may also be scope for apprentices to swap venues from time to time, to broaden their experience.

Theatr Clwyd
Theatr Clwyd is the major arts centre in North East Wales presenting a huge range of activity across many art forms.  At its heart is its drama producing company, which has made many world-class productions over the years, with a focus on Wales and Welsh artists. Theatr Clwyd has close community links and operates a significant Outreach and Young People’s Theatre programme and is further developing this aspect of its work.

Wales Millennium Centre
In the 13 years we have been established, Wales Millennium Centre – the national arts centre for Wales – has developed an outstanding reputation for delivering artistic excellence and amazing entertainment, showcasing the very best of Wales to the world and bringing the very best of the world to Wales

Technical Apprentice – Role Profile 2019/20

Technical Apprenticeship – Application Form 2019


Front of House Assistant

Opportunities to be placed on our Relief Worker pool, now available.
£9.53 per hour
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The Operations Department is responsible for the logistical functioning of the building. At its core is promoting and maintaining an excellent audience experience and ensuring that Theatr Clwyd is a welcoming and safe environment for the public, visiting artists and staff.

We are looking for individuals to join our operations team as Front of House Assistants. This role is a front-line position working across all areas of our Food, Drink and Retail outlets
Candidates should be over the age of 18 and have previous experience working in a customer focused role in a similar environment.

If this sounds like you, then joining our relief worker pool where you have the opportunity to be offered work on an “as and when” basis to provide a front-line service to the general public within the Theatr, could be the opportunity you are looking for – and we want to hear from you!

To apply please submit your CV together with a covering letter to:
Laura Gray, Operations Co-ordinator laura.gray@theatrclwyd.com

Welsh Drama Facilitators

Theatr Clwyd are looking for energetic individuals to deliver drama sessions on a freelance basis.

Interested? Send an email to our Director of Creative Engagement, gwennan.mair@theatrclwyd.com


Carpenters and welders/fabricators

Our workshop is looking for experienced freelance carpenters and welder/fabricators, ideally with set building experience.

Please email expressions of interest and your CV to steve.eccleson@theatrclwyd.com or call Steve Eccleson on 01352 755207.