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Are you interested in joining the Royal Exchange Theatre team and becoming part of a company that celebrates the power of creativity? Would you like to work with artists and communities from across Greater Manchester supporting original new work created for our unique spaces?

The Royal Exchange team is made up of both permanent staff and a host of freelancer makers and practitioners from actors, stage management, creative teams and technicians. The Governing body of the Royal Exchange Theatre company is the Board whose members are non-executive and unpaid.

We encourage as many people as possible to get involved in the work of the Theatre. Here you'll find the latest job listings, but you may also be interested in volunteering or our latest projects.

We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons; however, some communities are currently under-represented within our organisation. We would particularly welcome applications from anyone identifying as ethnically diverse and/or disabled.

The Royal Exchange Theatre is seeking a team of Visitor Experience Assistants to join the Facilitating Team. These are new, multi-skilled roles, providing a holistic visitor experience. Visitor Experience Assistants will work across all visitor facing functions as required. Visitor Experience Assistants will sell tickets, make coffee, and welcome visitors, audiences and participants of all ages and backgrounds to the building.

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The Royal Exchange Theatre is currently seeking a CRM & Digital Systems Lead - maternity cover to join the Facilitating Team and work closely with the Connecting Team. All roles work together to start conversations, develop new and deepen existing relationships with audiences by communicating the work of the company, its vision and values.

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Filmmaker needed to create a 5-10 minute documentary film about our Elders project We’ll Be in Touch…

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For National Careers Week 2021, we asked some of our staff and co-workers to give us an insight into the various roles you can come across in theatre.

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