The front of our building, a Victorian town hall made from pale stone and red brick. The Battersea Arts Centre sign is extended from the entrance in red and blue with yellow lettering.

Work With Us

Battersea Arts Centre is a hub for everyone’s creativity. The organisation supports artists, young people and communities to inspire change through their creativity in many different ways – and this social purpose is at the heart of everything we do.

Battersea Arts Centre has around 40 members of permanent staff and 100 casual and freelance staff. Staff are supported through a combination of line management, in-house coaching and mentoring. We offer flexible and remote working and have a chill out space to take time out during work hours. Other benefits include a cycle to work scheme, free tickets to our shows and one week of development days every year to use for training and professional development.

When we have jobs and new opportunities to offer, we share them here. We particularly welcome applicants with lived experience of disability and people from groups that are currently under-represented in the arts sector.

If you share a commitment to our mission and values, we want to hear from you.

To apply for a role, please complete an online application form, which you will find below.

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Current Jobs & Opportunities at BAC

Senior Technician

We are looking for a Senior Technician to join our Production & Technical Team, working to set the standards for the team delivering the technical services at BAC.

You will work to deliver a professional and helpful service to both BAC’s live programme and commercial events. You will support the technical requirements of artists whilst in the rehearsal, development and performance stages of their work, at BAC and on tour. You will bring your skills to a wide range of high-end commercial events including filming, concerts, weddings, conferences, award ceremonies and fashion shows; ensuring the highest standard of technical delivery expected by our clients.

You will work within a Production & Technical team, managing and supporting the team’s casual and freelance technicians across both the programme and commercial events. You will lead on monitoring and maintaining technical inventory, including kit, infrastructure and storage, and regularly act as Duty Technician, responding proactively to day-to-day technical demands.

We are looking for someone with a good working knowledge across the areas of lighting, sound, stage & AV, as well as proven experience of taking a lead role in at least one specialism.

If you are a collaborative and highly-skilled technician who is comfortable supporting, motivating and instructing a technical team, we want to hear from you.

Applications close 10am Monday 25 October 2021. Successful shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview in the week commencing 1 November 2021.



Producing Coordinator

This is a central role within Battersea Arts Centre’s Producing team, coordinating multiple administrative duties, as well as practical space and resources, for our Live & Digital, Creative Development, Next Gen and Creative Communities work.

From the creation of contracts and schedules to coordinating travel, processing payments and liaising with artists and BAC staff, you will have the ability to manage a large number of small tasks. Working collaboratively with people from across the staff team, as well as artists and freelancers, you will be approachable and organised in responding to a changing programme of events, shows, workshops and residencies.

We are looking for someone with a passion for live performance, who will bring a dedicated and inclusive approach to artist and staff support, and strong organisational and time management skills to meet the demands of this exciting and dynamic role.

Applications close 10am Monday 25 October 2021. Successful shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview in the week commencing 1 November 2021.



Young People’s Producer

Young people and their creative ideas are at the forefront of Battersea Arts Centre’s most innovative work. As Young People’s Producer, you will provide direction for BAC’s constantly evolving,  year-round offer to ensure that work is high quality, nationally visible, and represents the rich diversity of ideas, people and culture within our local community.

We are looking for an ambitious and passionate individual with solid, practical experience of producing, and a rigorous approach, to lead this, our Next Gen programme. Working closely with our Director of Creativity & Social Change and the Young People’s Coordinator, you will help to deliver our regular activity, including BAC Beatbox Academy, our recently established Dance Academy, and Homegrown Festival, as well as new initiatives.

This is a role you can really make your own by developing new ideas and strategies, which link to both local and national priorities, and have a strong social impact.

Applications close 10am, Monday 8 November 2021. Successful shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend a 1st stage interview on Monday 15 November 2021.