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We regret that due to the high volume of applications received, we may not always be able to contact unsuccessful candidates. If you have a query, please email recruitment@shakespearesglobe.com.

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Front of House Volunteer Coordinator


We are currently seeking a Front of House Volunteer Coordinator to deliver the daily coordination of our large, diverse team of volunteer stewards. They will create daily rosters, contribute to steward briefings, and supervise them whilst duty in the Globe Theatre and Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. This is an opportunity for a motivated individual with a passion for a career in the arts and charity sector to join a busy and supportive Volunteer Management Team.

The successful candidate will have experience with as a part of a team in frontline customer focused role with good spoken and written communication skills. You will be a team player who is able to respond and deal calmly and confidently with a variety of customer related situations, whilst working to tight deadlines and changing circumstances. Good IT skills and administration skills, including proficiency with MS Office and ability to maintain database systems, is essential.

For more information and to apply, please download the job description and return your completed application and equal opportunities monitoring forms to recruitment@shakespearesglobe.com by 5pm on Wednesday 29 November 2017.

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Touring and Events Coordinator


We are currently seeking a Touring and Events Coordinator to work within the busy administrative team of the Theatre department. The role will offer administrative and practical support to all touring and event activity across the department, at The Globe, in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse and at touring venues.

The role will work closely with Globe and visiting teams in-house and on tour, to ensure clear communication and consistent decision making across touring and events. The successful candidate will have the ability to remain professional at all times, keep calm under pressure and always represent Shakespeare’s Globe in a professional manner.  This is a full-time role with an initial fixed term contract of January to November 2018.

For more information and to apply, please download the job description and return your completed application and equal opportunities monitoring forms to recruitment@shakespearesglobe.com by 10am on Wednesday 6 December 2017.  First-stage interviews are scheduled to take place on 11 and 12 December.

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Research Assistants


We are currently seeking up to three Research Assistants to work with the Head of Higher Education and Research, the Research Fellow & Lecturer and the Research Co-ordinator to provide dramaturgical assistance to Globe and Sam Wanamaker Playhouse productions and support in-house research projects. 

The successful candidate(s) will be undertaking a masters-level or higher degree in Shakespeare Studies, Renaissance Studies or a similar discipline, or a holder of such a degree, able to conduct research under time pressure to a high standard and be a fluent, clear and compelling writer.

For more information and to apply, please download the job description. Complete the below task, application form and equal opportunities monitoring form, then return them to recruitment@shakespearesglobe.com by 10am on Monday 11 December 2017.

Task: Please explore the Globe Tumblr blog, paying particular attention to the articles written by the Research staff (such as this, this or this)*. Write a 200-word article on one of the forthcoming ‘The Winter Selection’ Sam Wanamaker Playhouse productions with an early modern theme (The Secret Theatre, All’s Well That End’s Well, or The Captive Queen). You can write on any aspect of performance history, contemporary staging, literary heritage or interpretation, but make sure your tone is appropriate for the audience: it should be learned, informed, lively and highly readable.

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