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Venue Technician

  • Full time
  • £20,000 – £23,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 28th January 2022

The Tron Theatre, Glasgow is one of Scotland’s leading producing and receiving theatres.

We are seeking a Venue Technician to join our Technical Team.

The Key Objectives of the role are:

  • To participate in the efficient and effective running of the production department, providing technical facilitation for a range of Tron Theatre productions, visiting productions, events and activities.
  • To work cohesively within the technical team to facilitate all events and to provide a safe, tidy and welcoming working environment within the building for all in-house and visiting company staff.
  • To proactively work as a member of the Production department to effectively deliver technical support and contributing positively to the department as a whole

The successful candidate will have at least 2 years’ experience working in professional theatre, ideally with experience in a building-based environment. Experience of all technical aspects including sound / lighting, video will be essential alongside excellent interpersonal and team working skills and a flexible and hands on approach. Experience in other aspects of theatre, e.g stage work, flying, rigging, set fit ups and stage management would also be beneficial.

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Pay it Forward Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £24,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 12th September 2022

The TRON THEATRE is a charity, with a unique cultural and community offering in the heart of Glasgow. We are the west of Scotland’s only mid-scale producing venue which delivers challenging, contemporary theatre both at home and abroad, while facilitating participation in the arts amongst people of all ages. Our core aim of producing engaging theatre runs alongside a commitment to developing talent and enabling local people to access our work.

Pay it Forward is a fundraising initiative which enables children and families experiencing disadvantage to attend our Christmas panto for free. When at the Tron, beneficiaries receive ice cream and gifts, and we usually organise a Pay it Forward party and offer workshops on the panto tradition to local groups. We have worked with a diverse range of local charities and community groups to involve their service users including NSPCC, Scottish Refugee Council, Down Syndrome Scotland and Women’s Aid. We raise the vast majority of funds from public collections during our annual panto, along with contributions from local businesses.

This part time sessional role combines elements of the arts, fundraising and supporting cultural access and inclusion in an exciting opportunity to work on the Tron Theatre’s popular Pay it Forward scheme. During your time at the Tron you will have the opportunity to support local people experiencing social and economic disadvantage, while gaining experience of fundraising (individual giving, corporate sponsorship) project management, community engagement and working in an arts venue.

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Top job! Executive Director and Joint Chief Executive

  • Full time
  • £50,000 – £55,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 29th November 2022

Tron Theatre, Glasgow seeks an Executive Director and Joint Chief Executive to work with the Artistic Director and Board of Directors to deliver the Tron’s strategic and operational plans.

The Executive Director and Joint Chief Executive will report directly to the Board of Directors and will play a key role in taking The Tron through its next stage of development.

Tron Theatre is one of Scotland’s leading producing and presenting theatres. It is the home of Tron Theatre Company which produces 4-5 productions each year alongside co-productions and collaborations with other theatre companies. We focus on new work and contemporary classic theatre whether through our own productions or visiting companies. The Tron is a cultural hub for local artists and much support is given to emerging theatre companies and the platforming of new projects through the Tron Creative strand of work. The Tron Theatre also delivers an extensive Participation programme through the Creative Learning strand of work. The Participation programme takes place at the Tron and in the community, engaging with participants of all ages and abilities.

This is a demanding and exciting job, so we want to appoint someone who will relish the challenges of working at the heart of the ambitious, artistically challenging, and busy organisation which is Tron Theatre.

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