Information for applicants
Equal opportunities monitoring
Glyndebourne aims to be an inclusive organisation offering equality of opportunity to all in all areas of our operations. We recognise that certain groups of people can experience barriers to access and inclusion. We have a commitment to identify and remove these barriers and fairly and appropriately treat all with due regard to, for example, their age, ethnicity and race, gender, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, marital status and trade union membership.
This policy applies to our relationships with our existing, future and potential employees, artists and audiences, suppliers, supporters and partners. Our commitment to the implementation of this policy is underlined by regular meetings of the Equal Opportunities Group, which has an informing and supportive, as well as an advocacy role. The group will regularly review all current and future policies, address potential barriers to access and inclusion and take appropriate action to ensure that the policy continues to be fully effective.
As are an equal opportunities employer we monitor the diversity of our applicants. We therefore ask you to complete an equal opportunities monitoring form with your applications. The information from the form will be used on a collective and anonymous basis to monitor our equal opportunities policies and practices and to supply monitoring information to any statutory or funding bodies. The form is separated from your application and does not form part of the selection process.
We are happy to meet any access needs that we reasonably can.
Getting to Glyndebourne
We offer a free mini bus from Lewes station as well as onsite parking facilities.
Auditions for the Glyndebourne Chorus are held annually.
If you are interested in working in our restaurants or bar, please contact our onsite caterer, Leith’s, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chorus Auditions
- Information for applicants
- Routes into Glyndebourne
- Work experience