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Participation Producer


GL4 is looking for a Participation Producer to join our team in Gloucester!
– 16 hours a week, to be worked over 2.5 days (0.5 FTE)
– £27,500 pro-rata
Deadline for applications Sunday 8th January 

GL4 is looking for someone to join us as a Participation Producer, 16 hours a week. If you’re enthusiastic about young people and coming
together to learn and practice the creative arts, we’d love to hear from you.

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About the role

You might not have worked in the arts before but may have worked in a similar role
in a small business, a charity or voluntary organisation.

We’re looking for people who have:
● Experience of engaging and supporting young people taking part in activities
● Experience of coordinating workshops and an understanding of the
requirements of participants and practitioners in this setting
● Ability to manage and prioritise own workload and work with efficiency and
● A positive, creative, flexible, hands on and can-do approach
● A commitment to diversity and inclusion
● Are excited by GL4’s work and want to help make it happen
● Can have an understanding of GL4’s annual calendar (including shows and
● Can use your initiative, put in ideas and manage your own workload

About the role

The participation producer will be reporting to and supported by the artistic director,
as well as working with the wider team.

Gloucester is a diverse city and we value having a range of experiences and
perspectives to make things better. We want our staff team to be reflective of
Gloucester’s diversity and welcome applications from Global Majority candidates*. 

All the GL4 team are dedicated and passionate about their work but we understand
that work is only part of who you are, so we are flexible about working patterns and
ask questions about how we do things, to try and make the best working
environment we can. As this post is part time it may be that you’re returning to work
or balancing it with caring/parenting commitments. We’d like you to feel you can
have conversations with us about what you’d need to make this work for you.

*Global majority definition: applicants from Black, Asian, Middle Eastern, Pacific
Islander, Indigenous, Native American, Hawaiian, Hispanic/Latinx or Mixed-Race

Person Specification and Job Description

Person spec
Salary and contract

Salary & Contract

The role is offered on a 16 hour a week basis to be worked over 2.5 days (0.5
FTE), £27,500 pro-rata.
The participation producer will need to manage their time
and split their responsibilities between office-based work, meetings and being
present at participation activities. Some evening and weekend working will be

Due to the nature of this role, it is unable to be done entirely remotely.
The successful applicant will be entitled to 15 days annual leave. In addition, GL4 is
closed for 2 weeks in August for which staff are required to use their holiday
entitlement and closed for 2 weeks over Christmas and New Year for which staff
are not required to use their holiday entitlement.  

All standard PAYE benefits will be shared by the participation producer in line with
the rest of the team, including sick pay, parental leave and pay and employee advice
and counselling services.

how to apply

How to apply

To apply please send your CV, monitoring form and a expression of interest (maximum 2 sides of A4) to Naomi on

(Please include your full name in the attachment file names).

If you would like to apply via a different format (e.g., audio or video) please get in
touch to arrange this

Please complete the above monitoring form and send it with your CV and expression of interest. This information will be separated from your application and is used for monitoring purposes only, not as part of the shortlisting process.

GL4 aims to be an inclusive organisation, and welcome applications from people
who identify as D/deaf, disabled or neurodiverse. Access provision and reasonable adjustments will be made available (both at interview and employment stages) for any candidates that require it. Please indicate any access requirements you have in your application. If you require any part of the application process in an alternative format accessible to you, please contact

Deadline for applications: Sunday 8th January

Shortlisting will be: W/C 9th January 

Stage 1 Interviews will take place: W/C 16th January 

Successful candidates will be invited to a stage 2 interview: W/C 23rd January 

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