Join us at the Beacon this Autumn!

We've got a fantastic programme featuring local and national companies, events, classes and workshops and we're delighted to present our 2022 pantomime, Aladdin!


We’re a Living Wage employer and along with full time or freelance opportunities, we can also offer work placements and casual and voluntary opportunities. Keep checking back regularly and feel free to send in your CV and an indication of the kind of role or opportunity you’d be interested in.

Browse all vacancies below and apply by sending your CV and covering letter to recruitment@beaconartscentre.co.uk 

Front of House Duty Manager

Deadline: Wednesday 17 August 2022, 12pm
Interviews: Friday 19 August 2022, 5pm
Hours: Casual/flexibe hours, Sunday - Saturday
Salary: £11.46 per hour

Should you have any access requirements or need any reasonable adjustments to be made in order to apply for any of the roles listed above, please contact recruitment@beaconartscentre.co.uk.

The Beacon is committed to access, diversity and representation. We actively encourage and welcome applicants from all backgrounds and with different experiences in order to widen representation, develop and strengthen the organisation, evolve our programmes, and better reflect the communities we serve.

Promoting equal opportunities

We are committed to supporting equality, diversity and inclusion in everything we do so we actively encourage people from different backgrounds and with different life and work experiences to apply for roles. A workforce that promotes equality, diversity and inclusion helps us to develop and strengthen the Beacon, evolve our programme and better reflect the communities we serve. 

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West of Scotland students

Students from HND Technical Theatre course attend the Beacon every Monday throughout the academic
year to further their classroom learning with hands-on experience. The nature of the course means that
they are sometimes called to performances in the other venues but while they’re here, we aim to provide a safe, pressure-free environment in which they can learn with confidence.

We provide practical teaching in:
• health and safety
• manual handling
• ladder/telescope training
• basic electrical understanding and experience with fault finding
• practical lighting experience including working at height and computer programming
• practical sound operation including QLab instruction for theatre, studio recording and playback
• practical rigging experience including counterweight flying, slings anchors and some basic rigging

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