Want to work for Kazzum?
Kazzum HQ holds a small but dedicated team that does a brilliant job of dreaming up the shows, developing them, delivering workshops, fundraising and managing everything.
But when the time comes, we welcome in the extra performers, freelance theatre artists, workshop tutors and volunteers to help put each project or show on the road.
Keep checking here for vacancies, or sign up to the Arts Council England’s Arts Jobs site and bulletin where we also advertise our vacancies.
We currently do not have any EVS placements available. Our sending organisation for EVS placements is Jugend Info in Austria.
We are looking for a highly organised Programme Coordinator; a natural problem solver, who will enjoy coordinating a pool of freelance staff on a range of outdoor touring productions and outreach projects.
This is a central and varied role within Kazzum’s small, dynamic team. It is a fantastic opportunity to work with diverse artists to deliver high quality arts activities, and to reach young people who have limited opportunities to take part in the arts, including young refugees and young people with special educational needs.
This is a fixed term contract of up to 13 months, covering the current post holder, who will be stepping up to cover the General Manager’s maternity leave.
For more information download the Programme Coordinator Recruitment Pack.
Salary: 22-24k pro rata (part-time 24 hours/week)
Deadline: Thursday 7th April at 10am 2016
Interview: Likely to be on the 22nd April 2016
Location: Kazzum Office, Bethnal Green, East London
We are looking for disabled performers/dancers to join the company to tour nationally during the summer in 2016 & 2017.
We would like to invite those interested to attend a workshop on Monday 4th April 10am -12pm, which will be held In Bethnal Green E2.
The performers/ dancers will join the company for the making period of a new company work Sprung by choreographer Dan Martin (www.danmartindance.com) and must be available for rehearsals between Monday 16th – Friday 27th May 2016 and have good availability throughout the summer.
Sprung is an exciting durational performance for children and families. It is an open celebration that we are all accomplished dancers. From a scratch to a wiggle, Sprung illustrates that movement is part of our everyday lives.
We encourage applications from disabled artists at any point in their career. Please send a copy of your CV and any links to your work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also let us know of your accessibility needs.
Kazzum are an approved Equity/ITC management company and always pay equity recommended fees.
Deadline for applications Monday 14th March, 12pm