• At CPT we are committed to ensuring the best possible experience for all artists, audience members and other visitors to our space. We welcome customers and artists with disabilities and are pleased to assist you in your visit. 

    If you have any questions or enquiries, please do get in touch by phone at 020 7419 4841 or email at foh@cptheatre.co.uk.

  • Vacancy: Development Manager

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    Camden People's Theatre (CPT) is looking for a new Development Manager.

    The Development Manager will work with the Executive and Artistic Directors to secure fundraised income for CPT, diversifying our income streams by building our corporate partnerships and individual giving initiatives to enable us to deliver against our core mission of supporting early-career artists, making adventurous and unconventional theatre.  Over the last 12 months, CPT has developed a unique corporate workshop offer that builds on our collaborative theatre-making practice to support better workplace communication. We’re also launching a mid-level donor programme for the first time, and expect these initiatives to become significant contributors to our income. We expect the focus of the job to be approximately 50% corporate partnerships, 25% individuals and 25% Trusts & Foundations.

    The Offer:

    • This is a 1 year fixed term contract.
    • Salary Band: £31,000 – £34,000/year pro rata (dependent on experience)
    • Hours: 2 days/week (0.4)
    • Regular hours at CPT are 10am-6pm, with most team members working onsite on Mondays to enable regular team communication. CPT supports flexible working and the hours for this post will be agreed with the candidate at contract stage.
    • Evening and weekend work will sometimes be required.
    • CPT operates a Time Off In Lieu (TOIL) system
    • Location: Camden People’s Theatre, 58-60 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2PY. 
    • Annual Leave: 25 days/year pro rata excluding public holidays

     

    We welcome and encourage applications from individuals without formal education; and/or from a socio-economic background under-represented in the arts; and/or who identify as:

    • D/deaf and/or disabled
    • Neurodiverse  
    • Global majority* and/or migrant 
    • LGBTQ+ 
       

    *This includes people of Black Caribbean, Black African, South Asian, East Asian, South East Asian, Middle Eastern, Arab, Latinx, Jewish, Romany and Irish Traveller heritage.

    We are particularly keen to hear from Black and Global Majority people, and candidates who self-identify as disabled.

    All candidates who identify as disabled who demonstrate that they meet the essential criteria will be invited for interview. If you feel this applies to you, please include the following sentence in your cover letter: I would like my application to be considered under CPT’s Diversity & Inclusion policy.

    CPT can cover some access support costs to submit an application where required. Please contact jobs@cptheatre.co.uk with a quotation from your access support worker.

    How to Apply 

    Below you can find the Development Manager job description. Please review this carefully, then send a CV and a cover letter detailing how you meet the job description (no more than one page) to jobs@cptheatre.co.uk and complete your Equal Opportunities monitoring form (available at this link) by 12pm Tuesday 4 June.

    We can also accept video applications, please send your video via Google Drive link or a Dropbox link to jobs@cptheatre.co.uk  

    If you would like to submit your application in any other format please email jobs@cptheatre.co.uk to discuss this further. 

    Deadline for applications: 12pm on Tuesday 4th June

    Interviews will take place: Monday 17th June

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