Clean Break is hiring
Clean Break theatre company is looking to fill new roles of Philanthropy Manager, Engagement Producer and Creative Associate.
The Philanthropy Manager post is an exciting opportunity to join the Development and Communications Team and play an integral role in cultivating our development opportunities. The role will require you to manage Clean Break’s Individual Giving strategy, including leading the company’s Friends Programme, and working with colleagues to cultivate and steward major donors. Deadline for applications: 3rd December
The Engagement Producer will fulfil producing responsibilities across income generating strands for Clean Break’s Leadership offer (the Leadership offer refers to activity – including delivering training, performances, workshops etc that is both mission-aligned and income generating). The Engagement Producer will launch, test and develop new activities as part of the leadership offer, to build our earned income. This role is central to the delivery of Clean Breaks’ enterprising new business model. Deadline for applications: 4th December
The Creative Associate is a dedicated theatre practitioner with a commitment to ground-breaking artistic output, who believes that theatre can change lives. The role is flexible could work around a busy freelance artist’s schedule. Deadline for applications: 10th December
Clean Break changes lives and changes minds through theatre – on stage, in prison and in the community. It produces ground-breaking plays with women writers and actors at the heart of its work. Founded in 1979 by two women prisoners who believed that theatre could bring the hidden stories of imprisoned women to a wider audience, it is still the only theatre company of its kind remaining true to these roots; inspiring playwrights and captivating audiences with the company’s award-winning plays on the complex theme of women and crime. In 2019, we will be celebrating our 40th birthday and we have just announced a new three-women leadership team.
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