Opportunities to work and develop a career at Snape Maltings are amongst the most varied that you will find.
Whether you are just stepping on to the career ladder, looking for a new challenge or a better work-life balance, or you want weekend or casual work, there are roles in arts administration, retail management, fundraising, and much more here.
Senior Retail Assistant (Food)
This role will report directly to the Food Hall Manager, supporting him with the management of the department and team (Food Hall and Pantry). Good commercial awareness and excellent customer service skills are essential.
Closing date: Mid September.
Artist Development Assistant (Music)
Full time (35 hours), fixed term to September 2018, Salary £17,000 pro-rata
The Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme was founded over 45 years ago by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears and provides high-level performance training for the world’s best emerging professional musicians. Our Residencies and Open Space schemes offer a unique opportunity for artists at all stages of their career to develop their skills, take risks, experiment and recharge their creative batteries in the wonderful setting of Snape Maltings.
This role will assist with the delivery of all artist development projects and is a fantastic opportunity for a Music graduate to gain valuable arts administration experience. You will need to have excellent organisation and communication skills and keen eye for detail. You must have a full driver’s licence and be able to work additional hours, including weekends, when courses are in residence. If project commitments allow we envisage that time can also be spent with other departments at Snape Maltings for an even more rounded first or second experience of an arts administration role.
Closing date: Monday 18 September 2017, starting date will be no later than Mon 16 October 2017
We would love to hear from students who are interested in gaining work experience with us. We have a limited number of placements, mostly of one or two weeks duration, which can be music or retail based and are unpaid.
Depending on the time of year we may also be able to offer a more tailored programme to suit a particular need or interest, eg: buying, arts admin. If you would like more information please contact our HR Manager, Helen Fletcher: email@example.com.
Graduate Placements and Internships
We do not offer a graduate or internship programme, however, we may be able to offer work experience opportunities so please get in touch with us. You may also be interested in becoming a Hesse Student.
Hesse Student Scheme
Established by HRH Princess Margaret of Hesse and the Rhine in 1959, this is a fantastic opportunity for young people with a love of music to be part of Aldeburgh Festival which takes place in June each year. Our Hesse Students assist with the day-to-day running of the Festival in exchange for tickets and accommodation.
To help with the running of exhibitions and concerts at Snape Maltings Concert Hall and other venues we have a wonderful team of volunteer Ushers and Invigilators. Invigilators provide a presence at exhibitions and ushers check tickets, sell programmes and show people to their seats, attending the concert for free in return. We also have qualified volunteer first aiders who attend concerts.
Recruitment and training takes place early in the year and we have a waiting list at other times. For more details about becoming an usher, please call 01728 687100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.