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Monday 8th February 2016 at 2pm 0 Comments Music & Opera , Drama , Literature , Visual Arts , Building Peace through the Arts: Re-Imaging Communities , Voluntary Arts , Traditional Arts

The following jobs are being advertised by the Arts Council or on behalf of client organisations. For application packs and further information on external positions please contact the organisations directly

Belfast International Arts Festival - Marketing Manager

Belfast International Arts Festival is seeking an outstanding Marketing Manager to support the consolidation and development of its current position as Northern Ireland’s leading annual civic event of contemporary and international arts and ideas.

Directly responsible to: CEO/Festival Director.
Hours of work: 37.5 hours per week including evening and weekend work that will be required in the run up to and during the Festival period.
Probationary period:Six months.

Termination and Notice periods: A four-week notice period applies for both parties.
Salary £27,000 per annum.

Purpose of the Post:

The Marketing Manager is responsible for designing and implementing marketing and sales strategies that build and maintain audiences and stakeholder support for the Festival. The post holder also works closely with the Festival Director to promote the event and improve its local and national standing.

To ensure Equality of Opportunity applications will only be accepted on the Official Application Form, which must be emailed along with the completed equal opportunities monitoring form.
CV’s will not be accepted nor will any other supplementary paperwork.

The application deadline is 12noon on Monday 13th March 2017 and your application is to be emailed to recruitment@belfastinternationalartsfestival.com. Late applications will not be
accepted.

Download the job description and application pack here.

 

Arts & Disability Forum - Operations Manager

Reporting to:  CEO

Salary:  £26,822

Hours: 35 hours per week

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Financial management
  • Administration
  • ICT
  • Membership
  • Safeguarding and health & safety
  • Governance
  • Marketing
  • Project Management

Person Specification

Essential

  • At least 3 years experience in book-keeping/accounts
  • Evidence for efficiency and good organising skills
  • Good inter-personal skills
  • Have undertaken, or be willing to undertake, disability awareness training

Desirable

  • Experience of at least four of the following:
  • Office management/administration
  • Budget preparation, development and management
  • Reporting to funders
  • Child protection and health & safety
  • Managing a database
  • Sending out e-newsletters
  • ICT skills and understanding of how to ensure that ICT supports effective and efficient communication and management within an organisation
  • Social media skills
  • Procurement

Completed application forms and monitoring forms (submitted by post or email) must be returned no later than 12 noon on Monday 20 February 2017.

It is your responsibility to confirm that your application has arrived/been received on time. If posting, or hand-delivering your application, please mark your envelope ‘CONFIDENTIAL’ and return to:

Recruitment
Arts & Disability Forum
Cathedral Quarter Managed Workspaces
109-113 Royal Avenue
Belfast
BT1 1FF

Completed application forms can also be emailed to roger@adf.ie. Please put ‘Operations Manager Application’ in the subject line of your email and ensure that it has been received.

The full job description and application form is available here

 

Arts & Disability Forum - Arts Development Officer

Reporting to: The CEO

Salary: £21,962

Hours: 35 hours per week

Responsibilities:

  • Programming
  • Gallery
  • Equality Charter
  • Bounce!
  • Evaluation & Reporting
  • Resources
  • Marketing & Profile
  • People

Person Specification

Essential

  • Track record of at least 3 years effective and efficient delivery of arts programmes
  • Good communication skills

 
Desirable (at least 4 of the following)

  • Experience of arts programming
  • Experience of arts facilitation
  • Experience of gallery management/visual arts programming
  • Experience of budgeting and budget management
  • Experience of income generation
  • Experience of writing monitoring reports to funders
  • Experience of working in the disability field
  • Experience of disability equality/access issues

Completed application forms and monitoring forms (submitted by post or email) must be returned no later than 12 noon on Monday 20 February 2017.

It is your responsibility to confirm that your application has arrived/been received on time. If posting, or hand-delivering your application, please mark your envelope ‘CONFIDENTIAL’ and return to:

Recruitment
Arts & Disability Forum
Cathedral Quarter Managed Workspaces
109-113 Royal Avenue
Belfast
BT1 1FF

Completed application forms can also be emailed to roger@adf.ie. Please put ‘Arts Development Officer’ Application’ in the subject line of your email and ensure that it has been received.

Click here to download the complete job description and application form

 

Belfast Waterfront - Production Planner

ROLE: Production Planner

DEPARTMENT: Operations

REPORTS TO: Event Planning Manager

DURATION: Permanent Post

SALARY £22,937 plus 16% Flexibility Allowance

Job Purpose:

To ensure that all events are delivered as planned and that the customers’ experience of an event is exceeded through the provision of excellent customer care and ensuring any issues are fully resolved and to provide assistance when the issue is not within the direct responsibility of the post holder.

Applications should be emailed to hrinbox@waterfront.co.uk or posted to HR Team, Ulster Hall, 34 Bedford Street, Belfast BT2 7FF.

Please include your CV, completed monitoring form and covering letter outlining at least 2 years’ experience in (a) working as part of a team delivering audio visual solutions and either sound, lighting, stage or production management for events in a venue, production company or as a freelance technician; and (b) Production management experience including producing conferences of 200 or more delegates. Client interactions and customer service experience.

Closing date for applications is Thursday 16 February 2017 at 4pm.

Please note that it is the applicants’ responsibility to ensure that his or her CV and supporting documents are submitted by this closing date and time.

Short-listing, testing and interview dates

It is envisaged that the short-listing will take place on Friday 17 February 2017. Interviews will be held on Friday 24 February 2017. Belfast Waterfront & Ulster Hall will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants who are unavailable on the specified interview date but it is under no obligation to do so.

Full details are available at https://www.waterfront.co.uk/info/careers/

 

Kabosh - General Manager (Maternity Cover)

Kabosh Theatre Company seeks to appoint an experienced General Manager for maternity cover to oversee and maintain all financial and administrative systems and operations.

The key focus of the post is to develop, oversee and maintain all financial and administrative systems and operations to ensure the smooth day-to-day running of Kabosh Theatre Company. Working with the Artistic Director and Board of Directors, the General Manager will oversee the strategic and business development of the company in line with its core aims.

The General Manager, in tandem with the Artistic Director and Project Facilitator, will actively deliver an annual programme in line with the company’s artistic policy.

Salary £24,472 p.a.

Fixed term 6-month position.

A pension contribution will also be provided.

For information and an application pack please write to: Kabosh, Imperial Buildings, 72 High Street, Belfast, BT1 2BE

Email: info@kabosh.net or phone: +44 (0) 28 9024 3343

Deadline for completed applications is 5pm on Friday 17th February 2017 

 

Belfast Waterfront - Casual Production Technician

Casual workers will be responsible to the Operations Manager for the delivery of the technical services necessary to support events including concerts, conferences and
presentations.

Summary of responsibilities & personal duties:

• To assist the Production Planners and Production Technicians in the technical preparation of BWUH auditoria and general facilities for all the events staged therein, or on any other site as directed.
• To be responsible for the operation of the required lighting, audio visual, communication and sound systems and associated facilities during events.
• To fulfil the role of Stage One/Two in relation to the Waterfront and Ulster Halls’ emergency evacuation plan.
• To ensure the safe condition and continued operational effectiveness of technical equipment and facilities including repair, maintenance and/or replacement.
• To assist the Production Planner and Production Technicians in monitoring the work and conduct of all engineers, contractors and others whilst in the BWUH or their environs and to ensure they conform to current health and safety regulations concerning safe working practices.
• To assist the Operations Manager in providing detailed records of contra items for recharge to hirers.
• To assist the Operations Manager in maintaining a regular inventory of all technical equipment and supplies used within the Halls.
• To wear the provided Waterfront and Ulster Halls’ technical uniform.
• To understand and be able to use the Venue Event Management System. 
• To ensure the highest level of professionalism and customer care in the delivery of the services within the control of the post.
• To deal with customer complaints in accordance with the BWUH’s complaints procedure.
• To assist in maintaining good public relations and actively promoting the BWUH’s image and facilities.
• To undertake the duties in such a way as to enhance and protect the reputation and public profile of the BWUH and Belfast City Council.
• To undertake such other relevant duties as may from time to time be required. !

Person Specification. Applicants must have:

• five GCSEs (Grades A – C) including English or equivalent qualifications;
• one year’s relevant experience working as part of a technical team delivering audio visual solutions and either sound, lighting, stage or production management for events in a venue, production company or as a freelance technician; and
• experience of providing excellent customer service support and dealing effectively with difficult customers or members of the public in person. !

The applicant should highlight on their CV, industry specific qualifications and certificates as well as educational achievements.

To apply for this post, please send your CV, covering letter and monitoring form to emailed to hrinbox@waterfront.co.uk or posted to HR Team, Ulster Hall, 34 Bedford Street, Belfast
BT27FF.

 

Belfast Waterfront - Casual Duty Manager

Casual workers will be responsible to the Duty Manager for all appropriate aspects of Front of House operation and administration. This role includes customer service and dealing with emergencies.

Summary of responsibilities & personal duties:

• To assist in the development and implementation of operating policies for front of house operations including the development of staff rotas.
• To participate as part of the Duty Management team acting as Assistant Duty Manager or Hall Bravo for an event.
• To assist with the smooth operation of all activities pertaining to the designated front of house areas during events and be responsible for the Health and Safety of members of the public and visitors, staff, performers etc.
• To assist with the administration of the duty management role including the preparation of duty event schedules, staffing positions, administration of front-ofhouse personnel files,issuing/return of staff uniforms, name badges, security passes, upkeep of the staff changing rooms and for the filing/archiving of event schedule details.
• To assist the Operations Manager with the matters pertaining to the delivery, performance and co-ordination of box office, reception, security, cleaning and other front-of-house functions.
• To assist the Duty Manager in the development, implementation and enforcement of in-house regulations concerning the conduct of staff, promoters, contractors, artists, visitors and customers within the Halls.
• To undertake the implementation of management policy and ensure compliance with the procedures of the BWUH.
• To ensure the highest level of professionalism and customer care in the delivery of the services within the control of the post.
• To deal with customer complaints in accordance with the BWUH’s complaints procedure.
• To assist in maintaining good public relations and actively promoting the BWUH’s image and facilities.
• To undertake the duties in such a way as to enhance and protect the reputation and public profile of the BWUH and Belfast City Council.
• To undertake such other relevant duties as may from time to time be required. 

Person Specification. Applicants must have:

• five GCSEs (Grades A-C) including English or equivalent qualifications;
• one year’s relevant experience of providing customer service support for events using MS Office packages; and
• experience of providing excellent customer service support and dealing effectively with difficult customers or members of the public in person.

To apply for this post, please send your CV, covering letter and monitoring form by email to hrinbox@waterfront.co.uk or posted to HR Team, Ulster Hall, 34 Bedford Street, Belfast BT2 7FF.

 

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