We’re here to transform. To create, agitate and excite. To shake things up.

You think a gig at the Roundhouse is electrifying? You should see what it means to the young people our ticket sales support. That’s why we’re here. We believe in the power of creativity to change lives. By giving young people the chance to engage with the arts through our music, media and performance projects, we inspire them to reach further, dream bigger, and achieve more

And we couldn’t do any of this without our dedicated, creative and motivated employees and volunteers. Every person who works here plays a valuable role in realising our ambitious aims and in making the Roundhouse a special place for everyone who comes through our doors.

If you’re interested in joining our amazing team, please take a look at our current vacancies.

At the Roundhouse we have a clear vision: to be a place where diverse talent wants to work, stay with us, and does the best in their role. We weave inclusion into our culture enabling every individual the equal opportunity to succeed.

We live by our values with a clear passion to create both an inclusive venue and a workplace which not only attracts diverse talent but allows every employee the chance to thrive.

We Drive Change
We want to be at the forefront of change, leading the way across all areas of our work. We measure ourselves against the best and we encourage you to bring your skills, experience and passion for driving change and innovation to the organisation.

We Celebrate Our Differences
We want everyone to believe in the difference that they can make when they join the Roundhouse and we are connected by the desire to make apositive change in the world through creativity.

We’re Accountable
Being accountable means that we expect everyone to take responsibility for the role they play at the Roundhouse. We’re transparent about our successes and our failings, honest and solution-focused.

We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from ethnically diverse people and deaf and disabled people as they are currently under-represented across our workforce.

Sorry, we are unable to accept CVs or speculative applications for employment.

As a Disability Confident Employer, we strive to attract, recruit and retain diverse talent. Whilst completing our recruitment process if you require any additional support or to apply using an alternative format please contact Rebecca French: rebecca.french@roundhouse.org.uk

View Current Vacancies

The Interview Process

If you are shortlisted for interview you will receive an email from us letting you know you have been successful. This will then be followed by an email inviting you to an interview either at the Roundhouse, via zoom or over the phone. You will usually hear back from us within a week of the closing date. The process is usually made up of first and second round interviews.

Preparing for the interview

We will sometimes ask interviewees to prepare small tasks in preparation for their interview. Unless you have been asked via email to prepare anything for your interview before hand you do not need to bring anything but yourself to the interview. Our dress code is smart casual.

If you are successfully chosen for the role you will hear back directly from your new line manager within a few days of your interview, followed by HR via email.

If you are unsuccessful this time around we will let you know within a week of your interview via email and are happy to provide you with feedback upon request.

Front of House Volunteering

We regularly recruit volunteers to join our front of house operation.

Volunteering at the Roundhouse is an excellent opportunity for those interested in the arts, and looking to develop their experience and skills in customer experience.

Find out more about Volunteering at the Roundhouse.

Work Experience

We offer work experience for young people aged 14-16 who have previously taken part in or are currently engaged with one of our projects for young creatives or through referral from local schools.

If you want to apply for a work experience placement, please contact your schools work experience coordinator who will be able to inform you if there are any opportunities at the Roundhouse and how to apply.

Please note that placements are limited with priority going to those who have engaged with creative projects and students at partner schools.

Placements are also offered to young people aged 18+ as part of Higher Education Placement Partnerships. Please ask your Placement Coordinator to contact work.experience@roundhouse.org.uk for information about vacancies.

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