Watch this space for any job opportunities that may become available at GSA.

At GSA and the University of Surrey, we are committed to working together to create an inclusive environment that offers equitable opportunities for all, pursuing our vision to be a leading global University.  We place great value on diversity and welcome applicants from all backgrounds. We are seeking to increase the diversity within our community and would particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups, such as people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups, people with disabilities and those identifying as female, non-binary or trans. Appointments will always be made on merit.


Performing Arts Technician (Sound)

The Performing Arts Technician (Sound) sits within the technical team which works closely with the production team within the Events & Operations Department at GSA to support all GSA teaching, productions, conferences, research and public engagement events.

We are seeking an experienced theatre technician with significant experience in live sound, particularly for musical theatre. You will have industry current knowledge and experience of working in higher education and/or a receiving venue. You will work within the team of the Theatre Technical Supervisor, will take responsibility for supporting teaching in sound and supervising and demonstrating to students using sound equipment and working in performance spaces. You will be key in helping to run our productions and events, providing an efficient service for staff, students, visiting artistes and academics and ensuring excellent sound quality and production values.

As a new colleague at GSA you will join a thriving creative community, working with inspiring students and colleagues.

For an informal discussion please contact Sarah Sage, Theatre Technical Supervisor, Guildford School of Acting,



GSA Receptionist (Maternity Cover)

Guildford School of Acting (GSA) is seeking a motivated individual to join our Operations and Events team as Receptionist.  The GSA Operations & Events team is responsible for providing operational support systems across GSA covering areas including planning, finance, buildings and resources, administration, event management and marketing and a programme of third stream activity.

The Receptionist is based in the GSA building which is set at the entrance to the main Stag Hill campus and will deal with day to day enquiries from students, staff and visitors to the building as well as fielding enquiries from visitors to the University campus.  The GSA building can be a busy and exciting environment in which to work; there is also a café in the foyer area which is popular with staff from across the University.  The nearby buildings of Ivy Arts Centre and Nodus and a Studio Theatre in PATS are also all part of GSA. 

A team player, but comfortable working on your own initiative, you will have relevant administrative experience, excellent interpersonal and organisational skills and work consistently to high levels of accuracy. You will be required to work proactively within established processes and procedures and with minimum day to day supervision. Your role will bring you into regular contact with students and colleagues at GSA and across the University. 

In addition to salary you will receive a generous annual leave entitlement and excellent development opportunities. Benefits package includes an award-winning pension scheme, child care assistance and discounted membership to our world-renowned Surrey Sports Park. 

For an informal discussion please contact:

Pippa Treharne, GSA Manager (