Schools Partnership Manager

Little Angel Theatre

What can you receive?
£25 - £35k pro rata


22 February 2024

Little Angel Theatre is recruiting a creative person with experience in project management, producing and schools engagement and who has an interest in theatre and literacy to manage our national literacy project and our local Schools Partnership Programme, as well as supporting the development of a national schools Partnership Programme.

The Creative Learning Programme at Little Angel Theatre is created for and with our local community around Sebbon Street. This includes regular activities for children and adults from the local area. A core part of our local Community Engagement programme is the school partnerships we hold with eight local primary schools. Schools who are part of the programme have access to a wealth of opportunities and resources to enrich pupils’ artistic engagement and support teachers to enliven and enhance the curriculum. We are also developing our national school partnership offer, including rolling out a new literacy project inspired by our production of Charlie Cook’s Favourite Book, which is touring throughout the country in 2024.

Principal Areas of responsibility:

  • To manage the organisation and delivery of the school workshop element of the Charlie Cook national tour literacy project.
  • To work with the Head of Creative Learning to manage our local School Partnership Programme.
  • To coordinate and manage freelance staff and occasionally support with the delivery of workshops in schools.
  • To manage budgets related to the relevant projects.
  • To support with the development of a national Schools Partnership Programme.
  • To build relationships with schools and venues. Administration
  • Day-to-day administration relating to the Schools Programme, including responding to general enquiries via phone, post and email
  • To build a national schools database
  • Attendance at all staff meetings
  • To be responsible for monitoring and evaluation for the Schools Partnership Programme and National Literacy tour including supporting the development team with funding related tasks associated with the projects.
  • To represent the company as and when required at performances, workshops, and other networking events.Other 
  • Adhere to stated policies and procedures relating to Child Protection, Health & Safety, Environmental responsibility and Equal Opportunities
  • Adhere to procedures relating to the proper use and care of equipment and materials for which the role has responsibility
  • Any other ad hoc duties as and when required Perks of the job
  • 4-day working week, with full 5-day pay.
  • Industry-leading in supporting staff with a flexible work/life approach.
  • Proactive approach to training and development.
  • Generous annual leave allowance, including birthday leave.
  • Free places on adult learning courses to develop your skills.
  • Be part of an exciting, dynamic and award-winning organisation.
  • Complimentary tickets to shows for you and your family.
  • Cycle to work scheme.
  • Employee benefits scheme, including discounts at cinemas and local/national retailers

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