Marketing Manager

Working towards our 2018 Festival, which will mark the 100th anniversary of peace being declared in 1918, we need a passionate and experienced Marketing Manager to communicate our ideals and programme to the public, stakeholders and funders, maximise ticket sales and strengthen the RRM brand across all channels.

Development Manager

For the first time, we are also seeking to appoint a Development Manager, who will work across fundraising, individual giving and corporate relationships to achieve the ambitious targets necessary to support the ongoing development of the artistic and learning & participation programmes.

Please click on the links to open the job descriptions and send enquiries to by Thursday 15 February 2018.

Work experience and internships

If you’re over 16 and interested in gaining some work experience behind the scenes at a flourishing regional festival, please contact our General Manager Victoria Steinitz with a brief CV and some details about how a placement with us would be valuable to you. If you would like to help with our education programmes you will need to have a DBS check. Please include the names of two referees – we will not contact them without asking you first.

Voluntary roles

We are looking for a Funding Secretary to help collate the information needed for funding applications. This is a vitally important and rewarding job at the centre of the organisation, which would take up a few hours of volunteer time a week. The hard work of making applications is amply rewarded with the satisfaction of seeing the charity flourish and gain support from a variety of funders. You will not have to write the applications yourself, but will need to be organised, collate information for the application and feedback for the activity reports, and keep an eye out for deadlines.

Please email our General Manager Victoria Steinitz for more details.

Festival Volunteers

Please join our friendly team of over 50 volunteers to help with the 2018 festival. You could help out at the festival office during the weeks leading up to the festival, or support concerts during the festival. There is always a job for someone to do, regardless or age or skill, and we are hugely grateful for any help – without volunteers the festival would not happen.

  • Help direct the audience to their seats
  • Serve refreshments
  • Sell programmes or greet people at the door
  • Help set up a rehearsal venue
  • Set up staging
  • House or feed a musician
  • Pick up or drop off equipment

If you would like to be a part of the team, please email including details of how you would like to help.