Jobs

We are currently recruiting for the following positions:

  • Calling all Freelance Technicians

    Applicants to apply before Ongoing

    Mind the Gap is looking to expand its team of theatre production and technical freelance staff. Mind the Gap is one of Europe’s leading theatre companies creating work in partnership with learning disabled artists. We tour productions regionally, nationally and internationally. Our custom designed Studios in Bradford offer exemplary access and excellent quality equipment and facilities.

    Mind the Gap is looking for experienced multi-technicians and stage management staff to contribute to touring projects and site specific work, as well as working at Mind the Gap Studios in Bradford on other projects including our busy Academy programme.

    Current touring shows include “Mia”, a contemporary, fast paced and episodic piece about learning disabled people being parents directed by Resident Director Joyce Nga Yu Lee. It is messy, raw, tender, absurd and serious. It is currently showing at Summerhall Old Lab as part of Edinburgh Fringe 2017, and will then tour to studio venues across the UK.

    The ideal candidates will be: calm under pressure, level-headed and with exemplary interpersonal skills. On the practical side we need people with lighting, sound and DSM skills. We have tended to work with really good ‘all-rounders’ so a willingness to cross-over disciplines and get involved is essential.

    We are open to applications from people at any stage in their career, so please send us a short cover letter outlining how and why you’d be a good fit, along with your CV to: julia@mind-the-gap.org.uk

    Take some time to find out about the company on www.mind-the-gap.org.uk, and if you’d like to arrange an informal chat please email julia@mind-the-gap.org.uk in the first instance.

  • Volunteering at Mind the Gap

    Applicants to apply before Ongoing

    We always welcome volunteers and placements at Mind the Gap. If you would like to give some of your time to us, whilst gaining experience with England’s largest learning-disabled theatre company, click here!