Complicité, an internationally acclaimed touring theatre company, is in search of an Executive Director. In this dynamic position, you will take the reins in orchestrating and implementing the company's artistic program spanning various art forms. Additionally, you will play a pivotal role in constructing a robust business framework, safeguarding the company's ability to continue its immense creative journey, so far spanning four decades.
Joining Complicité means becoming a part of an international touring theatre led by Artistic Director and co-founder Simon McBurney. As the Executive Director, you'll play a crucial role in steering the company towards its artistic aspirations. By joining us, you'll contribute to a legacy recognised as "the most influential and consistently interesting theatre company working in Britain" (The Times).
Our ideal candidate will be an exceptional and versatile individual who will lead the company in delivering its artistic vision and create new opportunities for commercial income, based on the company’s existing assets, specialist skills, international market positioning and our values.
"You might have worked all your life in theatre. You might be a theatre fan with business leadership experience. Your background might be in film, tech, marketing, management or education. You might be an innovator and leader in the commercial or charitable sector who knows and cares deeply about the company and its work. You will certainly have the entrepreneurial insight to see the company’s potential with fresh eyes, to support its growth and develop its earning potential across established and emerging media and plot a course for its continued success." Tom Morris, Chair of Complicité
Embark on a transformative journey with Complicité by applying for the position of Executive Director. Seize this opportunity to contribute to the ongoing success of a globally-renowned theatre company.
Salary: £60k - £70k pro rata, depending on experience
Contract: Permanent. The Company envisages the role to be full time but is open to a conversation about flexible working hours and to co-working arrangements. Evening and weekend work will be required to fit the company’s production schedule, for which Time Off in Lieu is given.
Deadline: 10am on Monday 18th December 2023
A full job description and further information is available in the job pack. We recommend that candidates read the job pack before applying for this role.
HOW TO APPLY
Please find the Job Pack and Equality Monitoring Form attached below. Please upload your CV and a cover letter (no more than 3 sides of A4) outlining why you are suited to the role The closing date for applications is 10am on Monday 18 December 2023. We look forward to receiving your application.
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