Assistant Producer Post
This exciting new role has been made possible due to Arts Council England National Portfolio Funding and is key to delivering our ambitious programme of work over the next three years.
As a vital member of a small, dynamic project management team the Assistant Producer will support the development, management and implementation or our ambitious programme of work. This role will have particular responsibility for overseeing our exciting Musician in Residence scheme as well as supporting the Artistic and Executive Director with the smooth running of our new production, touring, training and digital programmes.
For more information please download the job application pack here.
Terms of appointment
This post is a part-time fixed-term role (17.5 hours/2.5 days per week), fixed term until March 2026. We are open to flexible working arrangements, and applicants should reference their needs at point of application.
A dynamic recruitment process that places Access and Inclusion at the heart.
We recognise in the post-covid landscape and during the current cost of living crisis, there are an increasing number of barriers and factors that people need to consider when applying for a job. We want to limit those barriers at the point of application.
With this in mind, some candidates may be interested in the opportunity to job share, or can only commit less days a week, or may only be in a position to apply for this job if it was full time.
We are developing a dynamic recruitment model as part of our commitment to access and inclusion, and we welcome a conversation. If the terms of the contract type above, are prohibiting you from applying we encourage you to have an informal chat with us in advance of making an application to discuss your circumstance. These details are not used as part of the shortlisting process. You can document this request along with your personal details on part 1 of the application form. This section of the application form is not viewed by the shortlisting panel, to ensure that decisions on shortlisting are driven by your personal statement, experience and work history and not your personal circumstance.
The role is home-based with regular team-meetings in Nottingham and occasional travel to support projects elsewhere in the UK. Please indicate the suitability of home-working to your home circumstances in part 1 of the application form.
The salary for this position is £25,000 p.a. pro rata (£12,500 for 17.5 hours/2.5 days per week p.a.)
25 days plus bank holidays.
MishMash Productions operates a contributory pension scheme provided by the People’s Partnership.
This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure.
How to apply
You can apply by completing the 2-part application form and emailing them with a copy of your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
The application forms can be found here:
We are also happy to receive applications in alternative formats (for example, video or audio files) which answer the questions on the application form.
All applications will be acknowledged by email.
You will also need to fill in an Equal Opportunities Form which we will email to you when we acknowledge your application. This form is for monitoring purposes only and is not treated as part of your application.
If you have any questions or would like to have an informal conversation before making an application, please email Liz Muge on email@example.com
The closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 13th March
Interviews will take place week commencing 27th March in person in Nottingham
We look forward to hearing from you.