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Open for applications until 31st January 2018.

The Theatre503 Resident Assistant Producer (RAP) Trainee Scheme is a 6 monthly placement offering the opportunity to gain a unique insight into the workings of a new writing theatre.

The Resident Assistant Producer will have the opportunity to train in all areas of theatre producing – marketing, programming, literary selection, casting, budgeting, fundraising – as well as playing a crucial role in the day to day running of the venue. They will train with the Producer, Artistic and Executive Directors and the Literary team. The scheme is ideal for those who have a commitment to a career in theatre producing or arts management and are looking for access to the industry. Previous RAPS have gone on to have successful careers in everything from independent producing and casting to programming in major London venues.

Due to our current funding the role is an unpaid trainee role, with a small monthly contribution towards travel costs (£60 per month). In order to fully benefit from the scheme, the role requires a commitment of three days per week with some evenings/weekend responsibilities but there is flexibility in terms of hours and days to allow candidates to support themselves throughout the scheme.

Please the full role description Theatre503 RAP Scheme 2018.

To apply, please send a CV and cover letter to Jake Orr, Producer c/o by 10am on Wednesday 31st January.

Interviews will take place on the afternoons of the 6th & 7th February. The roles will start w/c 12th February or w/c 12th March.