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Based on The Cut in Waterloo, we produce new plays, classics, musicals, adaptations of books, short films, and more. We attract large and complex audiences, we win major awards, we have deep connections in our neighbourhoods and we take shows to the West End and New York. Recent shows include Yerma, The Brothers Size, The Jungle and The Inheritance. On average we play to over 90% capacity, taking approximately £2 million at the box office.

We are seeking an exceptional Digital Manager to lead on a range of diverse digital-related projects, from the development and management of Young Vic websites, digital platforms and staff intranet technologies, to supporting digital communication strategies and digital content creation for all strands of the Young Vic’s work.

We require someone with the drive, ambition and requisite skills to enable the Young Vic to realise its digital ambitions across a range of projects by forming effective working relationships with various internal teams, external stakeholders and third party suppliers, supporting with staff training, keeping up to date with and sharing existing best practice to drive digital projects forward on time and to budget.

The successful candidate will be creative, technically-minded and analytical, with great project management and problem-solving skills, and a passion for digital technology. With excellent communication skills and a positive, proactive attitude, they will be able to multi-task and deliver in a busy environment.

The Digital Manager will be flexible, adaptable and resilient, reflecting the mixed level of digital literacy across Young Vic departments. You must have relevant qualifications or equivalent experience of leading digital projects, ideally within a cultural environment.

We actively encourage people from a variety of backgrounds with different experiences, skills and stories to join us and influence and develop our working practice. We are particularly keen to hear from people of colour and candidates who self-identify as disabled. All candidates who self-identify as disabled who demonstrate that they meet the essential criteria will be invited for interview.

Salary: £31,000-£34,000

Apply by: 9am on Monday 26 November

Interviews: Week commencing 3 December 2018

Please note we cannot accept unsolicited CVs, whether speculative or attached to application packs. Any CVs we receive are required to be destroyed in a regulated bit-blitz due to our data protection rules. For more info, head to our Privacy Policy.