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West Yorkshire Playhouse and Sheffield Theatres are seeking an Agent for Change to work on the Ramps on the Moon project.
Ramps on the Moon brings together a collaborative network of six regional producing theatres.
These theatres are committed to offering opportunities to D/deaf and disabled people by putting D/deaf and disabled artists and audiences at the centre of their programmes to embed accessibility and inclusivity into mainstream theatre.
The Agent for Change will work with West Yorkshire Playhouse and Sheffield Theatres (the host venues) to support organisational and sector change.
This post is offered on a part time basis (20 hours per week, shared across the host venues). The salary is £24,960 per annum, pro rata. The initial contract is for 12 months, with the possibility of extension.
For more information and to apply for this post please go to the Playhouse website: https://www.wyp.org.uk/about/about-us/opportunities/job-opportunities/
The closing date for applications is Friday 11 December.
We particularly welcome applications from D/deaf and disabled people and will guarantee an interview to any D/deaf and disabled candidate who meets the essential criteria for this role.
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