Fio makes fearless theatre: work that tears down stereotypes and challenges injustice. Our approach is inclusive and our guiding principle is relevance.  Our home is Cardiff and we work across the UK and Internationally.

Due to successfully securing Arts Council Wales Creative Steps funding to support significant organisational development, Fio is seeking to appoint an experienced and motivated Executive Producer.

£28,000 FTE (£14,000 pro rata 2.5 days) fixed term contract.

The individual will provide business leadership, devising and implementing a business plan ensuring the company is able to fulfil its artistic and charitable objectives. Working closely with the Artistic Director, Abdul Shayek to support and develop the vision of the company.

This is a great opportunity for an ambitious individual to help develop an exciting young company, which already has a significant track record in delivery and now wishes to build up a more robust and flexible suite of working practices.

If you're looking for a new challenge with the flexibility to also undertake other work, then this might be the job for you. The post is offered as a part-time position for a fixed term till 30th of June 2019; for the right candidate, the post could become permanent and full time should sufficient funding be secured.

Fio is a diverse creative charity based in Cardiff: a dedicated team of artists, facilitators, directors, and supporters all committed to amplifying the unheard voices and untold stories of those most in need. We believe everyone has a story to tell, whatever their age, ability, background or circumstances. We exist to amplify the voices and stories that go unheard: from the streets of Cardiff to the Somali civil war, from growing up in the Valleys to fleeing Syria as a young refugee.

We make theatre. We run projects, summer schools, and year-round programmes. We develop new works and we produce dynamic and provocative professional shows, which bring big political questions to local audiences. 

Applicants must be available to commence Sep 2018. The successful candidate will be required to undergo an Enhanced DBS check. Due to the nature of this role, we are happy to consider flexible working arrangements for the right candidate.

If you meet the above criteria and would like to find out more about the role please email for an application pack or for further details.

Closing date for applications: 18th July 5pm 2018

Interviews: 2nd/ 3rd August 2018

Fio is strongly committed to diversity. We strive to recruit, retain and advance people of all backgrounds so that our workforce reflects the diversity of our work and our communities.

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