Wired Aerial Theatre

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We are hiring

20 September 2022


We’re expanding! Do you want to join us?


Position: Arts and Education Coordinator (PT)


Hours: This is a part-time, fixed-term 12-month contract, 16 hours (2 days a week)

with the possibility of a contract extension and/or permanent appointment.


£20 - 23k pro-rata (Depending on experience. Reviewed in 12 months) 


The Arts and Education Coordinator will work with Artistic Director and Director of Learning and Participation providing administration, communication and logistics support to deliver Wired’s programme of work and assist with the efficient running of Wired’s office. We are looking for someone who has initiative, is organised and assertive, is able to multi-task and who agrees that individuality and uniqueness should be celebrated.


We particularly encourage applicants from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences to apply, to achieve a more diverse team and dynamic company that reflects the communities we engage.


Wired Aerial Theatre is a National Portfolio organisation (supported by Arts Council England). We have been through a two-year redevelopment period which has refocussed us on creating our own work, making more meaningful connections within our communities and our region, and upskilling our workforce and those interested in learning and working within the aerial performance industry. We are busy implementing our plan, following our vision of bringing dreams within reach and are looking for someone to support our Artistic and Education Directors in delivering all three strands of our work.


The company is based in Liverpool. We are looking to move into new offices in the city centre in the next few months. Travelling to our office in the city should be considered as part of the role.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, the position remains open until filled. Work would begin immediately. 

We will interview disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria for this role. 




How to apply:



Complete the application form found here. You can also upload your CV and cover letter to this form. Please detail the following things in your cover letter: 

1 – Tell us why you want to work for Wired Aerial Theatre. 

2 - Looking at the person specification information, tell us what things fit with your skills and experience.

3 - Tell us about any relevant experience to have in delivering the duties set out in the job description

We believe that applying for a job is a two-way process. If you have any questions or would like to discuss the role and organisation before you submit your application, please contact Wendy Hesketh-Ogilvie directly. We want to make the recruitment process as inclusive and as accessible as we can to provide an opportunity for all candidates to show their strengths. If there is more we can do, or if you have a particular accessibility need we would be happy to consider any further support you may require. Please get in touch with us via [email protected]

2. Complete the Equality & Diversity form found here. The answers you provide are confidential and do not form part of your application. 

If you would prefer to submit an email in a different way, or different format then please just let us know. We are happy to work to everyone’s strengths.

Interviews will be held in person at a venue in Liverpool. Travel costs will be reimbursed if required.

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