Agne Siauciunaite

education, talent and skills administrator

About me

As a graduate from University of East London, with a 1:1 honors degree in theatre studies, I have developed a clear vision to continue working as a theatre/movement practitioner and work towards second language sessions combining theatre and movement practice. Besides educational workshop development as a theatre/movement practitioner, I have undertaken work experience at Orleans House Gallery as an education coordinator and education, talent and skills administrator at Financial and Legal Skills Partnership. These two places have enabled me to develop not only specific educational experience, but also a valuable transferable skill set in education, gallery, finance and legal sectors. Genuine interest and desirable sector is working within arts industry, yet I have been fortunate enough to gain experience within public, retail, finance, legal and education sectors. My goal is to demonstrate my skills and relevant experiences in the realm of dance/movement, theatre and arts industries working as a theatre practitioner, administrator, and project coordinator.


  • Events
  • Film
  • Theatre
  • TV
  • Administration
  • Assistant
  • Customer Support
  • Data Entry
  • Event Planner
  • Office Management
  • Reception
  • Final Cut Pro
  • Office
  • Photoshop
  • Word

Companies I’ve worked with

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    Work history


    Careers Advisor


    Jan 2015
    • I have been working as a careers advisor for Non-English population. Assisting on various occasions, provided full translation into English language, in terms of education system in UK. As it is a self-employed basis, I am able to commit to a potential full time work.


    Education, Talent and Skills Administrator

    Financial and Legal Skills Partnership

    Apr 2013 - Dec 2014
    • Working as a coordinator for Virtual Work Experience mentoring programme; responsible for a day to day communications, updating clients via email on a daily basis, updating Google doc document shared by partners of the company; updating the website on a daily basis; processing DBS/PVG applications; liaising with the company’s partners from Scotland and Wales; advertising company’s programmes to schools; arranging appointments and meetings with potential clients and undertaking DBS application processes


    Translator Interpreter

    Self Employed Interpreter/accountant

    Nov 2008 - Nov 2013
    • Translating from one language to another, assisting clients on a daily basis in the realm of public sector. Working as an accountant directly translating in various arrangements including one to one, via phone, email, script and general conversing for the purpose of each party potentially involved.



    Community Arts Practice

    University of East London

    Aug 2008 - Jun 2012
    • Theatre, production & performance