YPIA Opportunities

YPIA Opportunities

Jobs and offers from the arts world


Rayfield Allied

Deadline: Thursday 19 May

How Long: Please enquire

Compensation: Negotiable, dependent on experience

Assistant Artist Manager - Role Description

Duties will include:

● day to day liaising with artists and promoters;
● working closely with artist managers in the selling and promotion of specific artists;
● servicing, including making travel and hotel arrangements for artists, obtaining work
visas and producing itineraries;
● diary and database management and contract processing;
● maintaining press and PR materials and updating the agency website and social media
● providing PA support to artist managers, including general office administration;
● attending performances.


Outside Edge Theatre Company

Deadline: 17:00, Monday 16 may

How Long: Initially 1-year fixed-term contract, full-time

Compensation: £30,000 - £32,000

Administration and Projects Manager - Role Description

The Administration and Projects Manager is responsible for delivering the efficient operation of
OETC’s office and coordinating the company’s programme of participatory arts projects. This is an
exciting opportunity to work alongside AD / CEO Matt Steinberg to support the company’s growth
and secure a sustainable and long-term future for this small, fast-paced participatory arts charity
and theatre company.


Schott Music

Deadline: Noon, Monday 16 May

How Long: 6-month fixed-term contract, full-time

Compensation: Paid internship at national minimum wage

Internship-Contemporary MusicDepartment, London - Role Description

Interns have the chance to develop a wide range of skills and gain an understanding of music

publishing through daily support of the department’s three members. Regular tasks include:
-Writing texts for the Schott website including proofreading and editing ‘Work of the
-Coordinating and writing content for our e-marketing newsletter “Schott Spotlight”
-Preparing promotional material and coordinating mailings
-Collecting, circulating and filing press reviews
-Responding to incoming requests for biographies, programme notes and photographs
-Maintaining social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram)
-Maintaining and updating contacts, recordings and performance databases
-Managing stock in the department’s score library
-Cataloguing new recordings and maintaining the department’s online recording database
-Arranging concert tickets and travel as needed
-Circulating weekly broadcast listing
-Creating monthly performance reports for composers; circulating premiere information
to publications such as Choir & Organ
-Acting as first port of call for the office: answering the department phone and doorbell,
monitoring the department’s general email address,opening postand fielding to
colleagues as appropriate
-Attending concerts


Individual Giving Officer (Direct Marketing), The Landmark Trust

Deadline: Ongoing

How Long: Permanent, full-time

Compensation: £28,000 - £30,000

We're looking for an Individual Giving Officer (Direct Marketing) to join our Development Team. This role will be responsible for implementing and managing a range of direct marketing campaigns end-to-end (both digital and offline) and for the recruitment, development and retention of single gift, regular gift, and raffle supporters.

You’ll be building on an established programme of individual giving with an active supporter base and a calendar of fundraising appeals and activities across digital and traditional channels, including direct mail, social media, and email. Your focus will be to improve the supporter journey and use data analysis, reporting and metrics to drive future strategy. This position is responsible for regular/committed givers, as well as executing an effective strategy to recruit and retain new regular givers. You’ll also seek to maximise the opportunities from digital fundraising to complement print and direct mail. Should you wish to know more about this opportunity, please find the job description here.

Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, so you're encouraged to apply early.


Guest Writer, YPIA Blog

Deadline: Ongoing

How Long: For a one-off piece or a series of contributions, up to you.

Compensation: We're all volunteers at YPIA.

Are you keen to contribute to the YPIA Blog? We want to make our posts as relevant to you as possible, and what better way to do that than by asking you to contribute? So, if you would be interested in becoming a Guest Writer for YPIA (whether you'd like to write a one-off article, or a whole series), just get in touch with Grace Green, Director, Strategy & Communications at grace@ypia.co.uk

The blog covers topics including the challenges young people face when starting out in the arts, career tips, YPIA event summaries, event reviews, useful resources, and stories of fellow arts professionals who are doing their bit to improve access into the arts sector for young people.

We want to hear your ideas, so please feel free to get in touch with Grace to pitch your idea. 

There's no deadline for this opportunity as we accept contributions on a rolling basis.

To advertise your job here please email us at info@ypia.co.uk