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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:

Finance & Operations Coordinator

Fuel is looking for an energetic Finance & Operations Coordinator to join the team. This position is responsible for supporting the Fuel team in an administrative capacity, with a focus on supporting the Executive Director with organisational finance, working with our part-time Head of Finance, and implementing the company’s day-to-day administrative systems and operations.

Main responsibilities include maintaining Fuel’s financial records for all transactions, preparing monthly and quarterly financial reports and processing reimbursements, all the time working within Fuel’s core values of curiosity, trust, collaboration, learning, representation, and creativity. If you have a background in Finance and knowledge of bookkeeping, we’d like to meet you.

Closing date: 10am, Thursday 24 October 2019
Interview date: Thursday 31 October 2019

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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