Job Opportunity

Lighting & Video Manager

Application deadline: 5pm Wednesday 21 February 2024

  • Contract
    Full-time, Permanent
  • Salary
    £26,773 per year
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Do you have experience of working in lighting within the events, performance or creative industries? Are you self-motivated and have a proactive work ethic? If so, you could be our new Lighting & Video Manager.

We are recruiting for a skilled individual with proven experience of managing lighting and video within the events and entertainment industry, to join us in the role of Lighting & Video Manager within our Lighting & Video department.

You would be one of two Lighting & Video Manager posts, line managed by Head of Lighting & Video and helping to run a team made up of a Senior Lighting & Video Technician and Lighting & Video Technicians, as well as casuals and freelancers. You will also be part of the team that supports our Studio Theatre Technicians in the Bramall Rock Void.

You will be responsible for managing and delivering Lighting and Video for productions in our three venues, community driven projects across our city, and creative projects as part of our digital development programme.

This is a full time, permanent contract of 40 hours per week over 6 days. Evening, weekend and some public holiday work will be required. You will be expected to work overtime as required. Leeds Playhouse operates under an in-house agreement.

Pay for the role is £26,773 per year, plus BECTU/UK Theatre commercial get-outs and overtime payments.

To find out more about this role, please download the job pack below.

To apply, please fill in both forms below before the application deadline.

The closing date for applications is 5pm Wednesday 21 February 2024.

For more information about this role please contact Judith Cloke, Technical Director

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For more information about this job, please download our job pack


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