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Theatre for a Change is now inviting Expressions of Interest to join its Company of Facilitators
Theatre for a Change (TfaC) is inviting Expressions of Interest from qualified and experienced facilitators to join its collective known as the TfaC Company.
The TfaC Company is made up of members of arts, theatre and applied theatre communities who receive and deliver facilitation training in TfaC’s unique methodology to partner organisations on a freelance basis.
An ideal candidate will:
- Be based in London, UK
- Have an established freelance career (5+ years) as a facilitator, performer and/or applied theatre practitioner
- Have some level of formal theatre training
- Be available to take part in TfaC Company activities on a regular basis – e.g. monthly workshops, week-long trainings (1-2 per year) and social events
- Be available to deliver trainings internationally for TfaC on a freelance basis, sometimes at short notice
Please submit your CV and cover letter describing why this opportunity interests you, what you could contribute to the Company, and how you feel you would benefit from participating in the Company to Ryan Borcherding on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please write “TfaC Company Expression of Interest” in the subject line of your email.
Expressions of Interest will be received on a rolling basis, and next steps will be discussed with shortlisted candidates only.
Thank you for your interest in working with Theatre for a Change.
Equal Opportunities and Diversity
We are committed to equality of opportunity and positive action to promote it, particularly with respect to gender. We ensure that people are not discriminated against on the basis of gender, age, disability, ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation or any other irrelevant grounds in the recruitment, retention, training and development of staff.
Theatre for a Change aims to protect all children and young people from intentional and unintentional harm and all forms of abuse whilst in the care of its staff and volunteers, as well as local partner organisations.
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