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Vacancy: Communications Officer

Northern Ballet is the UK's foremost narrative ballet company. We tell unexpected stories that move audiences across the country and online. We aim to reach as many different people and places as possible with our passionate storytelling, mastery of classical dance technique and live music.

We are looking for an enthusiastic Communications Officer to join our award-winning Communications & Digital department. You will have a vital role to play in promoting Northern Ballet’s live and digital offer, as well as supporting the work of the wider organisation.

We believe in the power to change lives through dance and are committed to engaging with people from all different sectors of the community. We have an absolute commitment to our leading role as an international ambassador for world-class dance, often showcasing our exceptional home-grown artistry on the world-stage.

  • Salary: £21,000
  • Contract: Permanent, 35 hours. Flexible working considered.
  • Closing date for applications: 3 November, 5pm
  • Interviews: take place week commencing 8 November (via Zoom)

To apply use our online portal. Complete your details and upload your CV, the application questions below, and a cover letter. Also find below the Job Description.

Please also complete our equal opportunities monitoring form.

Apply Online Equal Opportunities form

Please direct any questions to hradmin@northernballet.com.

Northern Ballet strives to understand, respect and champion diversity in all its forms and believes in embracing diversity within our workforce, repertoire and practices. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from groups who are under-represented in our organisation. This includes, but is not limited to, people of African or Caribbean heritage, people of South, East and South East Asian heritage and disabled people.

Header image from Merlin featuring dancers Sean Bates, Matthew Koon and Minju Kang, taken by Emma Kauldhar.