Staff are the most important resource for Brixton House and we strive to employ candidates that reflect our diverse community. We are an equal opportunities employer, and we encourage applications from suitably qualified candidates regardless of class, ethnicity, language, ability, sexuality, gender identity, or offending background.
Please take a moment to read our Equal Opportunities and Recruitment Privacy Notice. We recommended reading the job description and person specification thoroughly, describing exactly how you meet the requirements in your cover letter, as this is the basis on which candidates will be shortlisted for an interview.
We will make reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process if you have a disability or long-term health condition, or if you need something different or additional as part of the recruitment process. To discuss your requirements, please get in touch.
We’re committed to a strong connection with our community, which is built around our values:
- Always be welcoming to our international community
- Be radical and progressive in our thinking and activities
- Be collaborative in our ambitions – nurturing new relationships locally, and beyond Brixton
- Most importantly, always celebrating our unique identity and growing accomplishments!
Brixton House is building a more caring future by stoking inspiration in our staff, artists, and community and making space for artistic and civic-minded collaboration that represents the Brixton we all love. This is part of our ongoing evolution, our legacy, and our contribution towards opening doors for all.
All applications should be made through our online portal below.
Brixton House is committed to celebrating the wealth of diversity in our society through our staff team. We are actively engaged in representation, inclusion, and anti-racism planning.
Our organisation is always evolving to be the most inclusive venue we can be and to promote more collaboration, attracting a proudly diverse pool of talented people from the global majority. We value enriching our artists, community and workforce with multiple perspectives and therefore encourage applicants from all intersections of our society.
We value equality of opportunity and will be inspired by applications from candidates currently underrepresented across the arts workforce, particularly anyone who understands the experiences of discrimination or racism. We strive to treat all job applications equally, and we may use positive action in cases where candidates are equally qualified.
If you have any questions about the recruitment process, then please get in touch to chat with a member of our team.