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Vacancies

Production Coordinator

(Permanent)
Starting salary is £21,074, moving to £22,401 on the first year anniversary, subject to satisfactory completion of a probation period (pro rata for part time workers).

The post will add value to the Technical department of TRCH by coordinating the roster of available crew, ensuring effective management of individual employee workload against show requirements.

The post will have responsibility for:

  • To effectively roster casual staffing, providing crew according to skill set and rotating crew calls to share the workload and manage the casual staff overnight breaks and seven day working.
  • To calculate casual and part time staff holiday accrual, providing those colleagues with accurate figures
  • To keep a track of staff TOIL providing weekly figures to staff and monthly reports to management.
  • As directed to input new starters information into the EMSS system, managing any requirements for additional information from EMSS.
  • As directed to input sickness information into the Oracle system
  • To set up recovery sheets for performances

For informal enquiries please contact Dave Guy, Technical Director, on 0115 989 5595

Download the Job Description and Person Specification here
Read more about the role, access full documentation and apply here
Closing date for applications: Monday 5 November at midnight

 

Stage Manager

(Permanent)
Our Stage Manager post is for an annualised contract, based on an average working week of 42 hours per week. Hours worked per week will be flexible and depend on our programme.

The starting salary is £32,034 (Level One at 42 hours) rising to £33,950 (Level Two at 42 hours) on the first year anniversary, subject to satisfactory completion of a probation period (pro rata for part time workers).

The Theatre Royal Nottingham  is currently seeking a Full Time Permanent Stage Manager to complete the Technical Management Team.

This is a fantastic opportunity within the Technical Department for an enthusiastic, dedicated, innovative and collaborative person who is passionate about their work and compelled to go above and beyond.

As would be expected of this pivotal role, you would have experience of Stage Management in a similar venue or touring to a similar scale, have excellent communication skills and a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and possibly AutoCAD/TurboCAD.

You would have extensive experience of large scale productions in a number 1 touring house and have evidence of managing and leading a team. You are also mindful that technology in the Theatre industry is ever evolving and having a keen eye for integration of new and existing technologies is a skill you possess and are able to act on.

For informal enquiries please contact Dave Guy, Technical Director, on 0115 989 5595

Download the Job Description and Person Specification here
Read more about the role, access full documentation and apply here
Closing date for applications: Monday 5 November at midnight

Cleaner

(Permanent)
Starting salary is £16,394 and £8.50 per hour. We have 3 x 24 hour per week contracts available.
 
The role involves working in the Theatre Royal & Concert Hall, cleaning all areas both back of house and all public areas. These areas include all staff and public toilets, foyer and bar areas, both the Concert Hall and Theatre Royal auditoria, admin and back stage areas.  This will involve a mixture of vaccuuming, mopping, buffing, sweeping, polishing and dusting.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must have an understanding of using cleaning agents and/or other cleaning materials
  • Must be able to communicate effectively with a wide range of people using the building on a daily basis
  • Ability to work well within a team as well as being able to work on own initiative

For informal enquiries please contact Kate Collins Tel: 0115 9895500  Email: kate.collins@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Download the Job Description and Person Specification here
Read more about the role, access full documentation and apply here
Closing date for applications: Monday 5 November at midnight

Marketing Officer

(Fixed Term)
The starting salary is £28,221. This post is a maternity cover post up to one year in duration

With annual audiences of over half a million people, Nottingham Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall is the major Arts and Entertainment provider in the East Midlands. We are currently recruiting for a Marketing Officer to join our proactive Sales & Marketing Team. We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual to help position TRCH as the leading arts venue in the East Midlands, deliver effective marketing communications, raise awareness of the venue and its products and improve engagement.

You will be responsible for working on the venue’s day to day marketing activity; managing, developing, implementing and evaluating marketing campaigns, maintain the high levels of income generated by your activity, develop new audiences and raise the profile of the venue. You will regularly work closely with a wide variety of internal and external contacts including promoters and other members of the Marketing and Communications team for digital and social media content. You must have a sound financial understanding of leading project work along with experience of managing tight deadlines and working under pressure.

You will have a thorough knowledge and experience of using the marketing mix to further your campaigns and be able multi-task and prioritise your workload. Experience of using CRM systems and a knowledge of utilising databases would be an advantage, as would an interest in the Arts. Excellent communications skills to a diverse range of contacts and the ability to work on your own initiative and as part of a team are also key elements for this role.  You will also be knowledgeable about best practice, regulations and restrictions that may affect your workload. This post supervises the Marketing Assistant role.

For an informal and confidential discussion please contact the Head of Sales & Marketing – Nicola Blackburn on 0115 721 0693 or email nicola.blackburn@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Download the Job Description and Person Specification here
Read more about the role, access full documentation and apply here
Closing date for applications: Monday 5 November at midnight

 

 

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