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Recruitment - TripleC Project Assistant/Administrator

Applications are now closed!

About TripleC

TripleC is a BAFTA-winning Community Interest Company led by disabled talent which aims to drive up the role of deaf, disabled and/or neurodivergent people in TV, film and the arts, and the role of TV, film and the arts in the lives of deaf, disabled and/or neurodivergent people. TripleC runs the Disabled Artists’ Networking Community (DANC) project which provides an extensive programme of networking events, mentoring, masterclasses and training for deaf, disabled and/or neurodivergent actors, directors, writers and other creatives working in the industry. DANC connects disabled talent to the industry, and also provides training and consultancy for production companies, broadcasters and arts organisations. TripleC also works with deaf, disabled and/or neurodivergent young people and adults in the community and is an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation. More info: TripleC | Never leave anybody behind (

The Role

TripleC is looking to appoint an experienced and proactive Project Assistant /Administrator to support the company’s output across a range of exciting projects. The successful applicant will be adaptable and resourceful, with the ability to take the initiative when required in this fast paced industry.

This will be a part time, flexible role (times and hours to be agreed). We are looking to appoint a self-employed candidate for a period of three months in the first instance. There will be the opportunity for this to be extended to a longer-term role (up to three years), subject to agreement on both sides. 

Fee – in the region of £240 per week – 2 days a week (to be confirmed as part of the discussion around hours/availability). 

Starting date: asap

The role responsibilities, person specification and how to apply are below. 

Person Specification

Please email your CV or complete the form below. This can be in written, video (including BSL video) or audio format with a covering letter of no more than one page of A4 (or video/audio equivalent) outlining why you feel you would be a good fit for this role, with reference to the responsibilities and the person specification. 


Please include contact details for two referees, stating their role and how they know you and your work. 

Please also include a separate note of your access requirements for the interview (which will be via Zoom). 

We welcome applications from everyone. 

We welcome applications that reflect the diversity of England and the UK including applications from deaf, disabled and / or neurodivergent applicants, applicants from the Global Majority, and applicants from other under-represented groups. 

Please send your application to [email protected] with “PROJECT ASSISTANT APPLICATION” in the heading. Please also use this email address to email us if you have any queries about the role or the application process. 

The closing date for applications is Friday 2nd June at 12.00 noon. 

Interviews will take place the week of 12th June. 

The role will start asap and the initial contract will run for a period of three months.


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