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25.07.13 to 29.07.13
Clean Break joins Almeida Festival 2013 with Dream Pill by Rebecca Prichard and Little on the inside by Alice Birch
02.08.13
Rave reviews for Little on the inside at Almeida Festival and Latitude
03.10.13 to 03.11.13
Former Clean Break student performs in New York
15.10.13 to 30.04.14
Stepping Off the Edge of the World by Roz Wyllie

vacancies

Head of Operations

Clean Break is recruiting a new Head of Operations 

We are looking for a woman with a strong professional track record in people and buildings management in the charity or cultural sector who can lead the operational delivery of our programmes and our studios in Kentish Town. At Clean Break we are committed to changing the lives of women affected by the criminal justice system through theatre. We hope you will be motivated to join us - an award-winning theatre company working at the forefront of social, political and cultural change.
 
The post is open to women only (exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1). This is a Genuine Occupational Qualification. Applications are actively encouraged from black and minority ethnic women who are under-represented in senior levels in the organisation.  Applicants who state they are ex-offenders or are disabled, who meet the essential person specification, will be guaranteed an interview. 
 
 

Key details

Full-time, North London, salary: 45k plus benefits
 
Application deadline: 10am Monday 4 July. Interviews: Monday 11 July

Locum Theatre Education Manager

Clean Break is recruiting a Locum Theatre Education Manager to cover the current post-holders sabbatical September - December 2016.

28 hrs (negotiable) North London, salary: £33k (pro rata) plus benefits.

Application deadline: Wednesday 29 June.

Key details

We are looking for a woman with strong professional track record in arts management who is passionate about theatre and education, committed to changing the lives of women affected by the criminal justice system and motivated to join an award-winning theatre company working at the forefront of social, political and cultural change.

The post is open to women only (exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1). This is a Genuine Occupational Qualification. Applications are actively encouraged from black and minority ethnic women.  Applicants who state they are ex-offenders or are disabled, who meet the essential person specification, will be guaranteed an interview.

Please download the Application Pack to apply.