Work with us

Work with us

Preparations For The Olivier Awards 2017 With Mastercard. (Photo DAVID LEVENE)
Credit David Levene

Based in the heart of the West End, SOLT employs over 60 staff across a variety of roles in media, marketing, events, legal, employment relations, digital, sales, finance and administration.

We believe in a well-supported, healthy and happy workforce. Please read our Cultural Statement to find out more about the way we work with each other. 

To apply for one of our vacancies, please submit an up-to-date CV and a covering letter. The covering letter should outline how your skills and experience are a strong match based on the job description and person specification as well as details of why you’re interested in the role.

We aim to contact all candidates regarding the outcome of their application, but due to the high volume of applications we receive, we regret that we are unable to give feedback to candidates who have not been shortlisted to attend an interview.    

We are unable to accept speculative CVs. All our current vacancies are listed below.    

Please note that we do not operate a formal work experience scheme.


We also host a list of vacancies currently available within the theatre industry.    


Current vacancies at SOLT


OA 2019 - Production Administrator - Ticketing and Post Awards Celebration.pdf

The Society of London Theatre (SOLT) manages the Olivier Awards with MasterCard and we are looking to recruit a Production Administrator - Ticketing & Post Awards Celebration for next year's ceremony.

If you feel you are a strong match based on the attached job description, please send both the application and your CV to by 10am Thursday 20 December 2018. 

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 9 January (2 – 6pm) or Thursday 10 January (10 – 1pm).

Outreach Project Leader Job Description

This role has been created specifically to work with SOLT, UK Theatre Association and Stage One on their existing programmes including; Bridge the Gap and TheatreCraft. TheatreCraft is the largest, free careers event for young people seeking an off-stage career in theatre. It is run by a steering group of SOLT, Masterclass, Mousetrap Foundation and Royal Opera House. Bridge the Gap was launched this year by Stage One as a year-long training initiative for producers who may not have had access to the development programmes otherwise. There are also likely to be other events and opportunities throughout the year that this role will be involved in, including a new BAME focused production bursary. 

Candidates are asked to apply by writing a short (up to 1000 words) application setting out why they would like the role and how their abilities and experiences make them suitable. This should include examples of times when the skills set out in the job description have been used and be accompanied by an up to date CV. 

Salary: £28,000

If you feel you are a strong match based on the attached job description, please send both the application and your CV to by 10am Monday 17 December 2018. 

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 19 December 2018.

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Society of London Theatre is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales, whose registered office is at 32 Rose Street, London, WC2E 9ET, Company No 527227.