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Job Opportunity | Live Subtitling Manager

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Love museums, arts and culture?

We're looking for someone to work with arts and cultural venues to improve d/Deaf access by delivering and advising on live subtitled events.

In this permanent full time post you will promote and manage the provision of d/Deaf access within the museum and heritage sector as part of Stagetext’s role as an Arts Council England (ACE) Sector Support Organisation. This includes managing the provision of live subtitling for tours, talks, conferences and events in museums, galleries and other cultural venues across the UK.

You will co-ordinate and support a pool of freelance Speech-to-Text Reporters, who produce subtitles in real time to make unscripted live events such as talks, tours and conferences accessible. You will also work closely with MyClearText, a Speech-to-Text company with the same values as Stagetext. For further information about Live Subtitling please go to: www.stagetext.org/what-is-live-speech-to-text-transcription

We work with a wide range of organisations across the UK, including the V&A, Wellcome Collection and the Arts Marketing Association.

You will have excellent communication skills, be extremely well organised and technically proficient, as well as being passionate about d/Deaf access to the arts.

If you think you have these qualities, we look forward to meeting you.

Salary: £28,939 p.a plus 3% pension contribution and 25-day holiday provision.

For more information and details on how to apply:

Please return the completed application form by midnight Friday 3 January 2020 to liz@stagetext.org putting Application for Live Subtitling Manager in the subject line.

Please also complete the online Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form. No CVs will be accepted.

Stagetext continues to build an inclusive culture that encourages, supports, and celebrates diversity whether it be in age, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability or ethnicity. We believe we all work best in an environment where everyone feels comfortable, valued and supported.

Interviews will take place on Friday 10 January 2020. You will be asked to give a short presentation to the panel at the start of the interview.

No agencies please.


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