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Box Office Sales Assistant (Part Time)

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£14.04 per hour
Application Deadline: 
27/01/2020

Are you a highly driven team player who wants to be part of one of London’s most prestigious West End venues?  Are you motivated by delivering excellent service and playing a key role in the customer journey?  If yes, then we want you to work with us.

We are looking for a Box Office Sales Assitant to join the team at the Piccadilly Theatre, for the UK debut of Pretty Woman the Musical.

After a brief break from the musicals for which we are best known, to house the soldout productions of the Lehman Trilogy and Death of A Salesman, we are returning to the musical scene with the hotly anticipated debut of Pretty Woman. We are currently looking for a motivated and hard working person to join our wonderful team. 

We are looking for individuals who are keen to be part of a dynamic team in a fast-paced environment. Previous experience with Box Office of a similar type is an advantage, but not essential.

Please see the job description for further details. 

ATG is an equal opportunity employer.

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Stylist/ Costume Manager

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We are producing an art video with a dance performance investigating the pregnant body dancing and combining all the moves you attempt to complete pregnant or not...

We will filming the dance with a professional filmographer and choreographer in the first few weeks of February in London. Do you fancy being part of this team and collaborating on the project. You could style the shoot and make your own creative mark on this piece. Unfortunately we don't have a budget to pay, we are all working together to make this work, but you will have full access to the final piece and be able to use it as you wish. We are aiming to produce an exhibition which this piece will feature in.

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Remixer/ music producer

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Looking for a music producer who would like to come on board with a project and collaborate together. We need a clever and ambitious person to remix an ambient piece of music. We have permission to use the track and will be using it in a dance video. Your remix will be part of the final video art piece and potentially submitted into an exhibition.

If this is of interest then do get in contact and we can give you more details and let you hear the track. There is a tight turn around and we are looking to complete the project by March. Ideally the music needs to be turned around in the next week or so. This is an opportunity to work with a creative team to produce an art piece that you can put your name to. We are based in London, but your part of the project can be completed anywhere.

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Freelance Office Administrator

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Photography Course London are looking for a part time Freelance Office Administrator, the role will involve a varied mix of administration and marketing tasks within a creative enviroment.

Reporting to: Director

Duties would include but are not limited to: 

  • Answering enquires via phone, email, online chat and in person
  • General office admin
  • Scheduling courses and tuition sessions
  • Processing invoices, bookings and payments
  • Diary management
  • Setting up the classroom, greeting students and concluding courses
  • Keeping the office clean and tidy
  • Adding courses to the company website and general daily website upkeep
  • Promoting upcoming courses across social media platforms
  • Engaging with followers and other photography based industries via social media
  • Promoting the company and our services through marketing
  • Monthly company newsletter
  • Manage and maintain the office facilities, equipment and supplies
  • Ad-hoc office tasks

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Knowledge or interest in photography essential 

Confident phone manner

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to work autonomously and use own initiative

Experience running social media platforms and using scheduling software

Ability to identify and prioritise important tasks

Exceptional organisational skills and the ability to multitask

Great attention to detail

Must be mac proficient

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Basic Photoshop skills

Basic Marketing experience, including WordPress

This is a part time position, working every Wednesday, and then various weekends, evenings and other shifts when needed.

Pay will be £10 per hour.

 

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Press & PR Officer

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25/08/2019

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Shakespeare’s Globe is currently seeking a Press & PR Officer to act as the initial point of contact for the vast majority of the Globe’s media enquiries. Press & PR Officer will work alongside the Press & PR Manager on tasks ranging from casting announcements and storytelling festivals to large-scale film shoots, in order to enhance the Globe’s reputation and champion the Globe’s work to a wide range of audiences.

The successful candidate will have proven experience of working in a press and PR environment and excellent communication skills with the ability to deal effectively with a range of people at all levels and their requirements.

For more information and to apply, please download the job description from shakespearesglobe.com/jobs and return your completed application to recruitment@shakespearesglobe.com by midnight on Sunday 25 August 2019.

We would also be grateful if you could complete our equal opportunities monitoring form by clicking on https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/99WSQQV.

We regret that because of the high volume of anticipated applications, we may be unable to contact unsuccessful candidates. If you have a query, please email recruitment@shakespearesglobe.com.

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Trustee for National Campaign for the Arts

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The National Campaign for the Arts are on the look-out for new trustees to join our board and support our campaign for public arts funding in the UK. 

We are a small, proactive board. Currently, all of our activity and campaigning is managed by us, with assistance from a part-time administrator. You will play a busy, hands-on role in our work and the success of our campaigns.

We campaign for more public funding and investment in the arts because life is better when it is surrounded by arts and culture. We are not complaining nay-sayers, we are positively For The Arts. We believe that the arts benefit everyone, that they are socially and economically valuable and that they require long term investment to survive and grow. We want to empower the public to champion the arts, to build such a loud collective voice that the logical case for sustainable public investment cannot be ignored.

We want people who can bring one or more of the following:

  • specialist skills and experience that enhance our team. We are particularly looking for people with expertise in any of the following areas: event production; digital communications; education and training; human resources; press and public relations.
  • Professional connections that will open doors and make action easier
  • In-kind support or funding that we can invest to expand our reach
  • Recognisable status as an arts practitioner that will bring fresh perspective
  • We are keen that our board is representative of the society that we speak to and on behalf of. We welcome and encourage applications from all backgrounds, especially young people and those who are traditionally less well represented.

What we expect of our trustees:

  • To attend board meetings – every other month, usually in central London, in person or via video link. You will be expected to read and contribute to board papers and minutes ahead of each meeting. The meetings are participatory: we want you to bring perspective and experience to our collective decisions.
  • To be active between meetings – we are a ‘doing’ board. Each trustee is expected take on tasks and activities at meetings, and to actively pursue them in collaboration with the rest of the board.
  • To provide content – we expect all board members to contribute to newsletters, write pieces for our website, and enhance our social media feeds.
  • To bring individual skills – beyond the above, each trustee’s further contribution is likely to depend on their experiences, skills and areas of interest. We expect all trustees to be an asset to the collective: enthusiastic, open and collaborative in a way that will achieve results
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