Working at the Hall: FAQs
The Royal Albert Hall is committed to providing equal opportunities throughout our recruitment process. This means that all employees and potential employees are welcome to apply to the Hall and will be treated equally regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
How to apply
We can only accept applications from candidates who possess the right to work in the UK at the time of application.
After an application
Once you have submitted your application you will receive an automated email confirming that we have successfully received your application.
All applications will be considered according to the criteria for the role, which includes knowledge, skills and experience.
If you have been successful we will contact you following the shortlisting process.
Unsuccessful candidates will be notified by email. Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications received we are unable to give specific feedback to unsuccessful applicants.
This varies according to the role but it’s generally either a one- or two-stage process.
We’ll review your experience, a range of competencies and, if it’s relevant, we’ll also ask you to undertake some form of exercise or prepare a presentation at either the first or second stage.
We normally try to contact all candidates within a week of their interview via phone or email to inform them of an outcome.
Your details are only available to us at the Royal Albert Hall and will not be passed on to a third party unless the law requires us to do so.