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Jacksons Lane is a buzzing and inspiring place to work where every staff member is valued for their unique skills and creativity. The team at Jacksons Lane is made up of full and part-time staff in a wide range of roles, including volunteers. You’ll find all vacancies listed below. This page is frequently updated so if you don’t find a suitable vacancy this time, please visit again. Jacksons Lane strives to be an equal opportunities employer.

Technician (fixed term)

**DEADLINE EXTENDED**

Technician at North London's busiest theatre and arts centre.

Jacksons Lane is seeking a full time Technician, working closely with and supporting our Technical Manager, to support all technical aspects of our busy, year-round programme of work encompassing theatre, contemporary circus, participatory work in the community, cabaret and performance. The ideal candidate will have a relevant degree in Technical Theatre and will have some experience of working within a performance venue.

This is initially offered as a full-time, fixed term position until 31 March 2017.

Salary: £18,000 per annum pro rata.

For more information and application packs: See the right hand side of this page to download all information. If you have any questions, email recruitment@jacksonslane.org.uk

To apply, please email your completed application form and equal opportunities monitoring form to recruitment@jacksonslane.org.uk by Monday 30 May at 9am.Please note that we do not accept CVs.

Freelance Creative Heritage Manager

Creative Heritage Manager (freelance position, based around approx. 61 days delivered between June 2016 and March 2017)

Remuneration: £9,150 fee (roughly £36,000 FTE)

Jacksons Lane are looking for a dynamic project practitioner to manage, coordinate and deliver a new, year-long, arts and heritage project in the boroughs of Haringey and Camden. This person will be responsible for leading on the three focal aspects of the project:

The creation of a community arts event – Keats Slam - cited at Keats House in Hampstead

Creating a short film across one half-term with a group of young people, inspired by the life and works of John Keats

Working with a live artist and a group of young people from a partner school in Haringey to create an immersive site specific presentation at Keats House.

The successful candidate will work closely with partner organisations including Keats House, film and theatre artists as well as schools, youth groups and local residents. The final project must focus on increasing awareness in young people of the heritage of the life and works of John Keats and creatively increasing the heritage skills of young people. The ideal person will have experience in leading on, managing and delivering community-based arts and heritage projects in hard to reach communities with young people. They will also be confident in creating high quality performances with people who have little or no experience of public performance. An interest in heritage is also required, but the successful candidate will be working alongside the Education Officer at Keats House, so an expertise in Keats is not essential.

For more information and application packs: See the right hand side of this page to download all information. If you have any questions, email recruitment@jacksonslane.org.uk

To apply, please send a completed application form and equal opportunities monitoring form to recruitment@jacksonslane.org.uk by Wednesday 25 May at 9am. Please note that we do not accept CVs.

Postal applications can be sent to: Recruitment, Jacksons Lane, 269a Archway Road, London N6 5AA