Access Advisor, Theatre & Education

Summary

Shakespeare’s Glove is looking for an Access Advisor to work closely with our Theatre & Production and Education teams.

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We celebrate Shakespeare’s transformative impact on the world by conducting a radical theatrical experiment. Inspired and informed by the unique historic playing conditions of two beautiful iconic theatres, our diverse programme of work harnesses the power of performance, cultivates intellectual curiosity and excites learning to make Shakespeare accessible for all.

 

The Access Advisor, Theatre & Education will work closely with the Theatre & Production and Education teams. They will advise and support in making the Globe accessible for creative and Education freelancers, support the planning and lead on the delivery of a comprehensive programme of assisted performances (captioned, audio described, relaxed and BSL). The role will support the development of creative projects to ensure Access is considered and applied, and they will develop and deliver training, frameworks, and advice for these teams.

 

This role will require excellent communication skills and the ability to build and maintain effective relationships. A working knowledge of the Equality Act 2010 and a strong understanding of the Social Model of Disability will be needed, as well as a demonstrable commitment to widening theatre accessibility. You ideally will have experience of delivering assisted performances within a multidisciplinary venue, and an understanding of the production process from rehearsals to show running. The role also requires an understanding of the Access to Work scheme and how to support application writing.

 

As part of ensuring Shakespeare is accessible for all, we are on a continuous improvement journey to embed and develop Access at Shakespeare’s Globe. Responsibility for Access at the Globe sits centrally within the People & Culture department, with Access Advisors based in the Theatre and Ticketing & Sales departments. This role reports into the Theatre department, with close working relationship with the Education teams, as well as being part of the team for advising and supporting teams across the whole organisation.

 

We are committed to improving diversity and inclusion across our organisation. Don’t meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women and the Global Majority are less likely to apply for jobs unless they meet every single specification. If you’re excited about the role but your experience or qualifications don’t perfectly align, we encourage you to apply anyway. We particularly encourage applications from those with lived experience of underrepresented groups, such as the Deaf, disabled, neurodivergent, Global Majority, and LGBTQIA+.

 

To apply:

For more information, please download the job description from shakespearesglobe.com/jobs. To apply, please complete the online application form by 10am on Monday 27 May 2024.

 

We are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to monitoring the effectiveness of our policies and procedures, to help us meet our commitment to be an anti-racist, pro-equality organisation. We would appreciate you responding to our diversity data monitoring survey alongside your application as this help us make informed decisions about any changes we need to consider making to our recruitment policies, procedures and candidate experience.

 

We regret that because of the high volume of anticipated applications, we may be unable to contact unsuccessful candidates. If you have a query, please email recruitment@shakespearesglobe.com.

 

Organisation

Shakespeare’s Globe

Location Type

Remote

Salary Type

Salaried

Salary (Exact)

£30,000 – £40,000

Closing Date

27/05/2024

Contract Type

Permanent, Full Time

Job Type

Administrative, Learning & Participation, Production

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