Job Board

up to date creative job vacancies, internships and part-time student placements

The Job Board is designed to make it easier for graduates, students and young professionals to find entry level vacancies and student placements.
The roles on the Job Board are compiled from other sites such as The Stage and Creative Access. Clicking on the link in each title will take you to the relevant Third Party site.
For any queries please either refer to the site directly or to the employer.
Happy job hunting!

Development and Events Officer, Theatre Royal Wakefield, Wakefield

Salary: £19,500 per annum

Apply by: 5th July

Theatre Royal Wakefield’s mission is to develop new creative opportunities and experiences in their theatre building, throughout the wider community and on tour, encouraging high quality engagement in the Performing Arts. There’s something to excite and delight everyone at Theatre Royal Wakefield, from the smallest to the tallest! They have shows for families, for fans of music, drama, comedy and more. Their stage is usually occupied 265 days of the year and some of the work is made by them, in Wakefield (like their hugely popular pantomime).

They are looking for a Development & Events Officer to join their Development Team! You will be responsible for planning and implementing Theatre Royal Wakefield’s fundraising strategy. 

Paid Social Executive – Reprise, London


Salary: Competitive

Apply by: 15th April

  • Reprise Digital is one of the world’s leading digital agency networks. With over 120 team members based in their London office, they consistently deliver award winning, business-defining results for their clients
  • They are thrilled to be seeking a Paid Social Executive to join their busy team. Reporting to the Paid Social Director and Paid Social Managers, the Paid Social Executive will support the team in delivering high- performance advertising campaigns for a wide range of clients. This role will focus on their multi-national client, LEGO. 

Marketing and Conferences Assistant – Bristol University Press, Bristol

Salary: £19,133 – £21,236 per annum

Apply by: 11th April

  • BUP is seeking a Marketing and Conferences Assistant to join their Marketing team. The role of the Marketing and Conferences Assistant is to provide general administrative support to the Marketing Team as well as book external conferences and organise deliveries of exhibits (when they resume). It is currently home-based but will return to BUP’s offices once they reopen. The successful candidate will report to the Marketing Manager.

Sustainability Coordinator – Julie’s Bicycle, London

6 Months Full Time

Apply by: 12th April

Salary: £26,000 per annum (pro-rata)

  • Julie’s Bicycle is looking for a Sustainability Coordinator to join them on a fixed-term basis. The successful candidate will support their partnership with the Arts Council England ACE Programme, by providing guidance to National Portfolio Organisations (NPOs): organisations which receive core funding from Arts Council England, as they submit environmental data, policies and action plans through their reporting portal, the Creative Green Tools. 

Production Assistant – Disney, London

12 months full time

Salary: Competitive

Apply by: 15th April

  • Disney are recruiting a Production Assistant for a year-long role in London. In this role, you will be expected to provide a high level of Production and Administrative support for the shows that Disney produce and manage. 

Teaching Assistants – Actors & Drama Graduates – Blossom House School, New Malden

12 months fixed term contract full time

Salary: £85 a day

Apply by: 21st April

  • Our special outstanding school is constantly growing, providing a supportive, nurturing learning environment for children. Due to this expansion we have an opportunity for you to be a part of a multi-disciplinary team of dedicated friendly Teachers, Therapists and Teaching Assistants.

Writer – minds + assembly, London

Salary: competitive

Apply by: 30th March 2021

Want to start your next role as a writer? This full-time, permanent role could be an exciting next step in your career…

Creative agency Minds + Assembly describes itself as having the spirit of invention, and being driven by great design. Minds + Assembly is currently recruiting a Writer to join its London office full time.

Marketing Intern – Pol Roger Portfolio, London

3 months full time

Salary: London Living Wage

Apply by: 5th April 2021

*This vacancy is part of the Creative Access’ Positive Action Scheme: “This opportunity is only open to individuals from a group that is under-represented in the digital marketing industries. This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Asian and ethnically diverse candidates, people with disabilities and individuals from lower socioeconomic backgrounds.”*

  • They are offering one lucky candidate the opportunity to undertake a three-month internship, during which you will gain a general overview of the wine trade with an emphasis on marketing. The internship will be London office-based, but there will also be some field-based work.

Executive assistant – Alison Jacques Gallery, London

Salary: Competitive

Apply by: 22nd April

  • Alison Jacques Gallery are currently recruiting an Executive Assistant, who will coordinate all aspects of the Owner’s day-to-day activities and partner with gallery staff on overall administration. Candidates must be detail-oriented, equipped to manage a high number of complex and challenging responsibilities and capable of working well with staff, colleagues and clients alike.

Executives Assistant – Oxford Playhouse, Oxford

Salary: £20-25k pro rata

Apply by: 27th April

  • Here at Oxford Playhouse we are looking for a pro-active, enthusiastic, and motivated individual with secretarial and/or office administration experience to join our team.
  • Theatre is a fun and fast-paced working environment; the Executives Assistant is one of the main points of contact for internal and external contacts. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal communication skills, a proven ability to multi-task, prioritise and manage workload independently to meet deadlines. 

Development Assistant Internship – Oxford Playhouse, Oxford

Salary: £19,670

Apply by: 3rd May 2021

  • Oxford Playhouse are looking for an enthusiastic, passionate, and proactive individual to join the team! This is a paid Internship as a Development Assistant.
  • The Development Assistant provides support to the Development department to effectively deliver Oxford Playhouse’s fundraising strategy; raising funds from individual giving programmes, sponsorship, trusts, and fundraising events.
  • The successful applicant should have excellent attention to detail, strong organisational and administrative skills and have an interest in pursuing a career in fundraising and/or the arts.

Community engagement officer – Live and Local, West Midlands

Salary: £24,556 pro rata

Apply by: 23rd April 2021

  • The Community Engagement Officer will report to the Engagement Manager and work alongside the Audience & Artist Engagement teams. The Engagement teams will collaborate across the organisation to drive initiatives and manage relationships across all our stakeholders. The role is a key element in delivering sustainable and mutually beneficial relationships with communities and audiences through consultation, participation and collaboration.

Audience Engagement Officer – Live and Local, West Midlands

Salary: £20-25k pro rata

Apply by: 26th April 2021

  • You’ll be responsible for managing and implementing the audience engagement and marketing plans for all Live & Local programmes using a mix of traditional, digital and engagement marketing techniques including supporting our network of local promoters and managing our Marketing and Publicity Assistant.
  • You should have a passion for the arts, be efficient and enthusiastic with good planning, organisation and communication skills. You will have good literacy and numerical skills, an eye for design and a high level of computer skills. Minimum two years relevant experience is essential.

Public and Digital Programme Coordinator – PEER, London

Project dates: w/c 4 May until 28 August 2021
Terms of employment: 16-week freelance post – part time
Total fee: £5,000
Hours of work: 25 days @ £200p/d – plus an additional 2 days to produce evaluative report

Apply by: 12th April 2021

  • This exciting Programme Coordinator role is suited to someone with an interest in visual arts and literature with experience in coordinating and managing both live and digital events with multiple partners. They will be flexible, resourceful and enthusiastic, with the ability to think and adapt quickly. They will have knowledge of social media and digital content creation with experience of using these as effective tools to promote creative projects widely to diverse and wide-ranging audiences. This opportunity is supported by an Arts Council England Project Grant.

Specialist Performer / Artist – Half Moon Theatre, London

Salary: Artist Fee £1,440 / 12 days

Apply by: 18th April 2021

  • Following the award of a significant Project Grant from Arts Council England, Half Moon is pleased to launchNarratives of Empathy and Resilience, a programme taking place between May and July 2021. This initiative aims to help redress the balance of the under-representation of artists working in the Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) sector. This programme will provide opportunities for artists to explore making work for young audiences, with their ‘work in progress’ presented at an industry Provocation Day. As a result, we are seeking 17 dynamic and enquiring artists from a range of disciplines at all stages of their careers including 2 Specialist Performers / Artists (i.e. puppetry, clowning, Kathak, hip-hop, DJ). Previous experience in the TYA genre is not a requirement to be selected, as we are actively encouraging applicants who maybe new to the sector.

Project Assistant (Dialect and Heritage Project) – University of Leeds

Salary: £15k-20k pro rata

Apply by: 20th April

  • Do you have a track record of providing excellent project administration or support for a museum or heritage venue/project?
  • This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, creative and flexible individual to work on a project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund that aims to engage new audiences with collections at the University of Leeds and at five partner museums across England. The partner museums are: Dales Countryside Museum, Ryedale Folk Museum, Weald & Downland Living Museum, Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings and the Museum of East Anglian Life.

Engagement Officer (Dialect and Heritage Project) x 5 – University of Leeds

Salary: £20-25k pro rata

Apply by: 20th April 2021

  • Do you have a track record of engaging new audiences for a museum or heritage venue/project?
  • This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, creative and flexible individual to work on a project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund that aims to engage new audiences with collections at the University of Leeds and at five partner museums across England. The partner museums are: Dales Countryside Museum, Ryedale Folk Museum, Weald & Downland Living Museum, Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings and the Museum of East Anglian Life.
  • You will be based at one of the five partner museums and develop audience engagement programmes and relationships with external organisations who can support you to access new, diverse audiences.