Pangdemonium is a proudly Singaporean not-for-profit theatre company with a mission to tell stories on the stage that are challenging, inspiring, relevant, accessible and above all, of the highest artistic, entertainment and production value, in a league with the very best of theatre internationally.

Our business team works out of a combined office and rehearsal space, in a dynamic project-based atmosphere. Communication, responsibility, and achievement are highly valued in equal measure with empathy, support, and an excellent sense of humour. We are boldly proud of our reputation for changing lives.

If you would love to join our Pangdemonium team, send us a cover letter and CV stating which position you'd like to apply for and email us at

Positions available:

Company Administrator

As a member of our Administration and Finance team, the responsibilities of a Company Administrator are multifaceted and include human resources, facilities management, and other various administrative duties. The position is ideal for a detail-oriented multi-tasker who is keen to work in a creative, dynamic and fast- paced environment. The position will report to the Relationship Manager and work closely with both the Accounting Manager and General Manager. During the probationary period, the position will be guided by the Relationship Manager.

Key Responsibilities:

Human Resource Administration

  • Manage all HR functions including job postings, scheduling of interviews, contract drafting, and employee onboarding/offboarding processes.

  • Responsible for work pass application, renewal, and cancellation processes.

  • Maintain an updated HR database and manage employee records, leave entitlements, and other company benefits.

  • Schedule performance reviews for the General Manager and Artistic Directors.

  • Handle paperwork for visas, work approvals, and insurance for staff and other freelancers if required.

  • Submit government-related grants for childcare, maternity, national service, and training programmes.

  • Register team members for relevant training programmes as needed and maintain a training record for the company.

  • Coordinate fun and exciting staff activities.

    Board Administration

  • Assist the General Manager in providing administrative support to the Board.

  • Prepare Board meeting materials, draft Board minutes, coordinate the digital signing of essential documents, and manage any other follow-up documentation to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements.

    Facilities Liaison:

  •  Serve as facilities liaison and fire warden to ensure a safe and hygienic office and rehearsal space.

  • Manage vendor relationships for cleaning and maintenance of office equipment and facilities.

  • Procure office supplies including stationary, pantry, first aid, and production-specific needs.

    Other responsibilities:

  • Support the Artistic Directors and Accounting Manager in tracking royalty contracts, payment, and withholding taxes for Season productions.

  • Support the Accounting Manager in the preparation for the yearly statutory audit.

  • Perform other administrative duties as assigned.

    Skills and Qualifications

  • Singaporeans and PRs only.

  • A Diploma or Degree in a relevant field, or related field.

  • 1-2 years of experience in a non-profit/charity sector is a plus.

  • Excellent command of written and spoken English.

  • Strong affinity for details and ability to multitask and interface with divergent constituencies.

  • Discretion and ability to handle sensitive and highly confidential information and material


  • Must be organised and self-motivated. Proven ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines

    while working independently and within a small team.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office is a must, and familiarity with HR/accounting software is a plus.

  • Ability to work regular office hours in addition to nights, weekends and occasional holidays.

  • Interest in theatre and the Arts. Knowledge of IPC and charity requirements is ideal.

    How to Apply

    Interested applicants may send their CV to



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Production Coordinator

As a member of our Production team, you will be working with the Production Manager to ensure efficient and effective backstage operations, and that every show opens as planned and within budget. You will play a crucial role in supporting the creative team in bringing their vision to life. The position will report to the Production Manager and is a full-time position.

Key Responsibilities

  • Assist with pre- and post-production work for all productions as well as education and outreach programmes.
  • Coordinate and maintain relations with external contractors and venues to best serve the production.
  • Organise and maintain props and costume inventory.
  • Archive all documents and important information during post-production.
  • Write meeting minutes and assist with all production-related administrative matters as needed.
  • Primary contact for all phone and email enquiries for the education and outreach programmes.
  • Carry out other duties and responsibilities as and when assigned by the Management team.
  • A Diploma or Bachelors' degree in Theatre Production, Technical Theatre, Arts Management, or a related field.
  • At least 1 year of relevant professional experience in theatre production or stage management preferred.
  • Team player, resourceful, self-driven, and able to prioritise work to meet tight deadlines.
  • Ability to multi-task.
  • Meticulous attention to accuracy and detail, and excellent communication skills.
  • Able to commit beyond the regular working hours, including working on weekends and public holidays when needed.
  • Knowledge of industry-specific software such as AutoCAD and SketchUp would be a plus.

How to Apply

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Internship Programme

Take the first step in achieving a successful career in the Arts with our theatre internship programme! We offer you the opportunity to work alongside experienced professionals and learn the ins and outs of arts administration, marketing, theatre production, or production management. You'll gain hands-on experience that will help you succeed in your future career. Our programme also offers the chance to network with industry professionals, giving you valuable connections that can help you land future opportunities. Apply now and take the first step towards achieving your dreams in theatre.

Here is a list of available internships:

Ticketing and Sales Assistant
Learn to manage and provide ticketing support for our productions. This includes working with our ticketing software, assisting with customer service enquiries, and managing sales and ticket distribution.

Marketing Assistant
Be responsible for the planning and execution of marketing campaigns and initiatives. This includes conducting market research, creating marketing materials and assist with social media planning. 

Fundraising Assistant
Assist in the planning, execution and evaluation of fundraising campaigns and initiatives. This includes researching potential donors, creating fundraising materials and assisting with special events.

Technical Apprentice
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All internships are paid. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. A full-time commitment of at least 3 months is required for an optimal learning experience. To apply, send us your Resume or Curriculum Vitae, the title of the position and your availability at Only shortlisted participants will be interviewed.

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