Irish Theatre Institute (ITI) wishes to appoint a Programme Coordinator on a one year fixed-term contract to work on a busy programme of events, information provision, artist services and supports. As Programme Coordinator of Irish Theatre Institute, you are a vital member of our management and administrative team. You have a passion for theatre and want to work with a team that has the needs of the artist and artform development at its core. You are well connected and knowledgeable about the performing arts and theatre in Ireland and have a clear sense of what the cultural landscape in 2018 looks like. You love the details, you are dynamic and flexible and want to move and grow with us in ensuring that the services and supports we offer to the sector are second to none. You will work on multiple programmes with a number of stakeholders to encourage collaboration, professional exchange and national and international showcasing.

ITI is a resource organisation for the professional theatre sector that nurtures, promotes and drives the ambition of Irish theatre makers and Irish theatre, from its grassroots beginnings to its presentation on the world stage. ITI is funded by the Arts Council with project support from Culture Ireland, Dublin City Council and Foras na Gaeilge. We seek to maximise creative opportunities and resources for performing artists and producers across theatre in an all Ireland and international context.

Position: Programme Coordinator

Salary: €32,000 (p/a – pro rata)

Contract offered: One year, fixed-term

To apply for this position please forward your CV listing three references (preferably with email addresses) and a cover letter outlining how your skills, interests and experience meet the requirements of this post.

Please email these documents to Eláine Donnelly, General Manager at

Deadline for applications: 5pm, Wednesday 21st February 2018

Interviews to be held Wednesday 7th March 2018


For details of the application process and a list of Duties and Responsibilities and Skill/Competencies relating to this position please see attached PDF document.