We’re recruiting a PROJECT MANAGER for two NEW PROJECTS:

Over 2017, MUJU will deliver two new projects, Glass Half Full and filming of Comedy Sketches for online content.

MUJU’s GLASS HALF FULL will be two evenings of provocations (performances), conversations (round table discussions), and networking over (halal/kosher) food. The aim is to create a hub for Muslims, Jews and other artists of faith in the arts to meet each other, feel supported and find new working relationships across the arts and social sectors. The aim is that these two evenings will become a genuine crucible for conversation. Now more than ever, strengthening the representation and voices of people from disadvantaged communities is crucial. if we don’t tell our own stories someone else will.

MUJU will hold 2 events over the spring / summer with around 15-20 participants at each at the Young Vic Theatre in London – directly linking to the Genesis Network which the Young Vic has fostered for emerging artists and practitioners across the country. Participants will range from young emerging artists to more established artists, from writers to performers, directors and producers from the MUJU network, GLASS HALF FULL will allow artists to share experiences and discuss our place in this sector and MUJU will support new work thorough a small commission for the second Glass Half Full, by offering advice and linking artists to venues in our networks.

This is a pilot project and ideally the work will continue, As part of documentation, MUJU will produce a post-event podcasts of the events to document the wider conversation on our website, social media and to act as a resource for artists across the UK. We will also introduce written evaluation into the workshops to see how best ot develop this pilot into a meaningful, on-going platform.


JULY 2017

MUJU’s GLASS HALF FULL 1 (18th July )

SEPT 2017

MUJU’s GLASS HALF FULL 2 (5th  Sept)

SEPT 2017

Reflection and evaluation



In 2015 MUJU produced, Come In! Sit Down!, an Arts Council funded musical sketch show which had a main house run at the Tricycle Theater and was described by The Spectator as, ‘A squirm-inducing night of sick skits at the Tricycle Theatre, which deserve a slot on TV’ and with ‘Spirited and charismatic performances’, by The Guardian. MUJU’s previous work, Extreme Prevention (2010), critically and comically explored the government’s ‘Prevent’ strategy whilst not shying away from exploring issues of extremism within our own communities. Described by Spoonfed as, ‘Fresh, clever and highly observant. MUJU’s chief success is highlighting new stereotypes ripe for gentle mocking’ and ‘humour, washed with intellect’ by Emel. Meanwhile 2012’s Flirting with Faith took a fun and thoughtful look at the dating game for young Muslims and Jews struggling to find a partner that ticks modern, religious and cultural boxes! MUJU would like to professionally film and edit 2-3 comedy sketches that can be shared widely online. Each sketch of 2-3min would be designed to entertain, but also encourage viewers to think more critically about themselves, their own beliefs, and challenge the all too common stereotypes about Muslims and Jews.


July 2017

  • Rehearsal and filming with 4 actors + film and theatre directors (5 days)


  • Film editor to edit / prepare first draft (2 days)
  • Film and theatre director to feedback on first draft (0.5 days)
  • Film editor produce final edit (1 day)

September 2017

  • Film sketches are uploaded online and orgnaise celebration event (poss 5th Sept)


Job Description: PROJECT MANAGER

Over July – Sept 2017 we need a self motivated and dedicated project manager to support both projects across the following tasks;

  • Coordinate the creation of a flier for Glass Half Full
  • Coordinate participants attendance at 2 x events with the young vic team
  • Support the recruitment and admin for a podcast to be made for GHF
  • Attend and support both GHF events (Wed 19 July and Tues 5 Sept times TBC day or evening)
  • Arrange dates for filming and coordinate these with crew and actors
  • Help source locations and gain permissions for filming
  • Support the process of evaluation, across both projects as listed below
  • Budget management

Person specification

  • Strong organizational skills across participatory arts and theatre/film
  • The ability to draft contracts from existing templates
  • Ability to visit locations and produce detailed schedules for film shoots
  • Experience in managing a budget across two project producers
  • Organizing food at both Glass Half Full’s and the celebration event for the films (possible the same events).
  • Ability to manage detailed evaluation processes
  • Demonstrable interest in creating work in a social arts & interfaith context

There will be an all-inclusive fee of £700 for work to be spread across July – September 2017 with an estimate of 5 days of work on project producing and 2 days of work dedicated to evaluation and budget. The role will involve flexibility and working from home. Work can be done outside of formal working hours.


The Project Manager will help the organisation respond to funder evaluation in 5 ways;

Review the Evaluation Guidance Pack and recommend to the organization what we need to put in place for both projects.

Coordinate the Project Report Form with both event producers in put.

Print Audience Surveys and distribute/collect across our 3 events

Help MUJU producers respond to the Observation Prompts - a guide for Partners and Grantees to gather their reflections on events, which can then be fed in to the Project Report Form.

Manage the financial report template with the Producers


Please send a CV and one page (max) outline of your experience and interest in this project, as well as how you see the work fitting into your schedule between July – Sept 2017.  The deadline is June 30th 2017 and please send to

P.S. On a side note…We are also looking for a PODCAST maker so if you are one or know one please do get in touch to discuss further details!


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