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Opportunities at Fuel

If you are passionate about contemporary performance and fresh ideas we would love to hear from you!

See below for regular updates on jobs, internships and opportunities.

We also run a regular producing internship scheme for students enrolled in relevant full-time study, on a rolling basis, part time for 3 months. In partnership with higher education organisations, our internships aim to inspire and train through practical, on-the-job experience.

Applications

We are currently accepting applications for the following opportunities:

Producer Farm 2019

The Producer Farm is a joint initiative from Bristol Old Vic Ferment, Coombe Farm Studios, Dance Umbrella, Fuel and In Between Time. After running for three successful consecutive years, the week-long residency for creative producers returns to Coombe Farm Studios in Dittisham, Devon in June 2019. The programme aims to provide time and space to consider your current work and future potential.

Closing date: 12pm, Monday 4th March 2019
Please send completed application, CV and Equality and Diversity Monitoring form to hugo@fueltheatre.com

Notification of participants: by Friday 22nd March 2019

Residency dates: arrivals Sunday evening, 23rd June from 4:30pm, departures Friday morning, 28th June 2019.

Fly The Flag Young Associates

Fuel are collaborating with Amnesty International, Donmar Warehouse, Human Rights Watch, Liberty, the National Theatre, Sadler’s Wells and Tate, plus many others to raise awareness of our Human Rights.

We are looking for up to four young artists between the ages of 18 – 26, who are interested in activism and making change in their communities, to join us to work on the local community strand of Fly The Flag. Young Associates will gain access to training from human rights and arts organisations & will be empowered to curate, design and deliver their own projects in their communities.

All Young Associates will be given a bursary towards their time working on this project. If this sounds interesting or you would like to know more, please download the information and application pack.

Deadline for expressions of interest : 12 pm,  Friday 8th March 

We are interested in making the application process as open and accessible as possible. If you have any questions, access needs or would like to suggest an alternative way to send your expression of interest please contact Celestina on celestina@fueltheatre.com or call us on 0207 228 6688.

Please make sure to read everything in the information pack and that you complete the Equal Opportunities Form when sending in your CV to apply.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Producing Internship

This part time position is ideal for someone interested in arts administration and/or theatre producing, as part of or alongside a full-time higher education course. You will work closely with Fuel’s Producer to learn how a busy producing office works and get involved with a variety of projects by different artists. This is a part-time, fixed term voluntary position working three days a week.

Applications are now closed. Check here for updates.

Please download the most recent producing intern person specification below.

“Fuel were open and honest about their work and learning on-the-job meant I got the fullest experience possible. My input was welcomed and encouraged and I felt my contributions were really valued. During the internship I gained an incredible insight into how Fuel work and received invaluable mentoring and support from the team. The experience has played a big role in helping me carve out my future career in theatre.”

Philippa Wilkinson, Producing Intern

Creative Careers Academy - Somerset House

The first Creative Careers Academy work placements began on 1 June 2018 and will run until the end of February 2019. They are hosted by Somerset House Trust with Improbable, British Fashion Council, Fuel, Creative United and Mighty. They have enabled five young people unrivalled access to the creative community of Somerset House through 9-month full time London Living Wage employment.

The Creative Careers Academy offers young people aged 18-25 work placements and workshops to support early professional development in the creative industries. We aim to tackle the challenges faced by under-represented young people struggling to establish their careers.

For more information on how to apply visit: https://www.somersethouse.org.uk/creative-careers-old

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