Cardiff, Cardiff
£50,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Are you someone who believes in the power of placing people and processes at the heart of an organisation’s culture?

Do you believe in the role that culture, specifically arts and creativity, plays in building a strong and sustainable society that places the wellbeing of future generations at the core of its collective identity? 

National Theatre Wales are looking for a dynamic passionate person, with a range of either lived, or professional experience in building resilient, empowered and efficient people -centred teams, to join our senior leadership team.  

This role does not demand direct experience of the arts and cultural sector.  It only seeks to engage someone with an interest and belief in what can be achieved when a deeply connected staff culture underpinned by crafted processes and systems, combines with the power of story, human connectivity and expression to affect change and drive towards a more equal, reflective and socially-just Wales.

This role has been created at an unprecedented time for the arts. The future presents huge challenges, but also holds hope and opportunity in the commitment to acknowledging - and ultimately dismantling - the structural inequalities that exist across our sector.  Sitting as part of NTW’s senior leadership team, this role will be a key part in driving forward our focus on rebalancing the power and privilege that has existed for too long, and acts as a barrier to equality, representation and inclusion.  We welcome and encourage applications from all parts of the community, faiths and backgrounds. In particular we want to appeal to those who are currently under-represented in arts and theatre – including people who experience racism, disabled people and/or anyone from a working class background. Whoever you are, we want to hear from you.


For full details and how to apply please visit our website

Deadline for applications: 12pm, 22nd January 2021







Refreshed on: 04 January 2021
Closed date: 22 January 2021
Tags: Senior Management