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31st October

Woolacombe Sands Holiday Park is a family-run holiday park with 105 caravans and chalets and over 500 camping & touring pitches. We are the closest holiday park to the beach with our own dedicated footpath!

We are looking for 4 enthusiastic people to become part of our entertainment team and continue the great work that makes our guests want to return year after year!

What will you need?
- Enthusiastic attitude towards making all our guests feel 'special'
- Positive attitude towards change and introducing new ideas
- Excitement for working as part of a medium-sized team
- Fantastic Customer service

What will you be responsible for?
- Children's Entertainments
- Preferred Vocalist as there will be team shows and individual cabaret spots
- Character work (Woolly Bear)
- Daytime & evening hours (weekends)
- Events and special occasions
- Day time kids club
- Bingo calling 
- Working as part of a medium-sized team.

This list is not exhaustive and there may be other responsibilities expected of you within this role.

Live in accommodation is available.


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Technical Manager




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£38,250 per annum (Annualised Hours)
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We are looking for a motivated and dedicated Technical Manager to plan, organise and coordinate all theatre shows, events, filming, and maintenance for Richmond Theatre.

This is a very exciting time for Richmond Theatre as we enter our 120th year, looking ahead to a full year of celebrations. The Technical Manager will play a key role as we commemorate our 120th birthday this Autumn Season and in so doing, honouring our quality programming that continues to delight. 

Richmond Theatre has an exciting opportunity for an experienced and motivated individual to join the back of house team as Technical Manager. The role is a senior position leading the technical, maintenance and stage door teams within this busy regional venue. The successful candidate will be responsible for all technical and safety aspects of shows and maintenance within Richmond Theatre whilst ensuring the highest standards are achieved in the presentation of the building and systems within.

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate extensive experience in technical theatre and have a proven background in leading and developing teams. You will need to be able to think strategically and plan works short and long term. You will be a good team player with excellent communication skills and the ability to lead and motivate others. A good working knowledge of Health & Safety legislation and the ability to remain calm under pressure are also essential.

Main Purpose
Ensure the technical management, maintenance and stage door operations and activities are delivered to the highest standards in line with budgetary constraints and current legislation.


Extensive experience in leading a team

Extensive experience in technical theatre

Experience of servicing and maintaining stage machinery

A high level of communication skills with the ability to motivate others and commitment to staff and personnel development

Experience in managing budgets

A good team player

A commitment to customer care and a welcoming personality

A good working knowledge of Health and Safety legislation

An ability to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends


Experience with counterweight flying systems

Experienced with lighting and sound systems

Experienced with building management systems

First Aid trained

IOSH qualification

Working at Height trained

An enthusiasm for live theatre

Please refer to the job description for more details.


ATG strives to be an equal opportunities employer.

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Project Secretary




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Project Secretary Role Summary for World Famous Firm of Architects in West London

Supporting: Partners | Project Teams

Reporting to: Head of Secretarial Administration

The role is to co-ordinate and provide secretarial administrative support to Partners and project teams. A resourceful and flexible approach is required. The person is to be able to work on their own initiative, be self-motivated and proactive. The position requires a high degree of responsibility, discretion and confidentiality.

Responsible for carrying out the following duties.


Effectively and efficiently manage telephone calls, emails and other correspondence on behalf of Partners and project team members, diverting correspondence to other staff where appropriate

Effectively and efficiently manage meeting arrangements including room bookings, catering requirements, logistics, presentation set up and presentation material

Maintain studio and meeting room calendars

Co-ordinate complex travel arrangements for UK and international travel including passport and visa assistance as required

Provide secretarial administrative support including typing and editing documents, processing translations, management of expenses and filing

Assist Partners to manage their diaries as required

Undertake research as requested/directed by the Partners | project teams | Studio Senior PA

Suggest and implement new initiatives to support the development of the role as required

Maintain open and effective working relationships with senior management and colleagues

Ensure studio is maintained in line with our housekeeping policy and general office standards are maintained, liaising regularly with other departments

Flexibility and cover as required

Ensure that all tasks/duties are carried out in accordance with procedures and standards as stated in the Secretarial Administration Guide

Undertake other ad hoc duties as required at the direction of the HoSA

Qualities and skills required

Able to demonstrate proficiency in the responsibilities of the role

Legally able to work in the country in which the position is based

Demonstrated experience of complex diary and travel management

Demonstrated experience of working on confidential matters, ensuring that discretion is exercised when dealing with sensitive information and enquiries, and to ensure that appropriate confidentiality is maintained at all times

Demonstrated proficiency in using Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel

Fluent English, spoken and written is essential

Smart and professional dress and personal presentation at all times, acting as an ambassador on behalf of the company

Professional, confident, courteous and helpful manner

Punctual and reliable

Ability to manage and prioritise tasks and time efficiently

Excellent written and verbal communication skills including grammatical and numerical accuracy - articulate and diplomatic manner

Excellent organisational skills

Resilient to cope with conflicting demands, able to prioritise duties and work under pressure while remaining calm and professional at all times

Able to demonstrate initiative and a proactive approach

Flexible attitude

Ability to work independently and as part of an effective team

Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work well with all levels of management and staff both internally and externally

Thorough knowledge of, and compliance, with secretarial administrative procedures and standards

Methodical, accurate and consistent attention to detail

Self-motivation and ability to take responsibility

Commitment to maintaining and promoting high standards of the role

Empathy with a creative environment

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Artistic Director




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The Artistic Director of Hickory Community Theatre is responsible for advancing the Theatre’s mission, implementing the artistic vision and upholding our values, working in partnership with the Managing Director. The Artistic Director will provide leadership and propose transformative strategies that will help advance the Theatre’s mission, implement the artistic vision, uphold our values and, working together with the Managing Director, create a sustainable operating model for the future. The Artistic Director will be creative, yet open-minded, generous and willing to nurture and support other theatre artists, both volunteers and professionals. Such a person should also have strong relationships across the theatre field that can expand the connections and opportunities for Hickory Community Theatre. While some aspects of the role are predominately local - programs, education, and community engagement activities will primarily respond to and impact people in the Hickory Metro - the theatre’s regional profile and participation in statewide and national associations offer an opportunity to contribute to the field’s advancement. Both onstage and offstage, the Artistic Director will be expected to embrace a highly interactive and respectful tone centered on inclusion, respect, discovery and collaboration. The Artistic Director also is expected to be a visible member of the social and cultural community, eagerly collaborating with other community organizations and engaging members of the press and public. The Artistic Director will be a creative collaborator who embraces the variety of duties that come with the evolving role of theatre and theatre activities in contemporary society.

The Artistic Director leads all activities related to the creative and production aspects of a professionally run theatre organization. These roles and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Organizational Mission and Artistic Vision, Production Management, Directorial Management, Company Management and assisting with Volunteer Management.

Capabilities: Demonstrated creative experience in theatre endeavors with a record of success is required. However, there is no specific theatrical background that will receive preferential consideration. Exemplary verbal and written communication skills as well as multiple language aptitude are greatly appreciated. The drive to be a cultural, artistic, and community leader is essential. Independent engagements of a national and international nature that enhance Hickory Community Theatre’s visibility and connections are welcomed.

Soft Skills: The ideal Artistic Director will be a creative thinker who is open to new ideas and opportunities as an innovator of multifaceted productions and programs. Collecting, feeling, and distilling disparate concepts, the Artistic Director will develop a path focused on the many audiences served by a leader and an organization committed to the community. The Artistic Director will be motivated by subjective viewpoints, surroundings, and experiences. Instinctive by nature, this individual will have an ability to flexibly meet the demands of a contemporary theatre organization. The Artistic Director will also be resourceful in maximizing the return on investment of time, talent, energy, and resources, centered on the mission, vision, and guiding principles of the Hickory Community Theatre.

Competitive compensation and benefits are enhanced by the ability to make a major difference on an established theatrical institution in a vibrant community, and to transform lives through the art of quality live theatre.

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Sales Associate




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industry standard, to be discussed at an interview
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15 October

London W1 Narrative Projects is a contemporary art gallery presenting an international, cross-disciplinary programme with particular focus on conceptual work. Since opening its permanent Fitzrovia space in 2015, the gallery shows and represents an important array of established and emerging artists and has assisted in the organisation of international projects.

Due to growth in the business a new team member is required to work closely with the Director to help drive sales and develop the gallery through its next phase.

Main Tasks

Leading on sales, aiming to meet or exceed agreed sales targets

Following up and developing new sales leads with Private Clients and Institutions

Manage deals through from start to finish, including all pre and post-sale administration

Working with the Gallery Director to identify new artists for the gallery programme

Attending Art Fairs and Exhibitions as part of the gallery team as required

Maintaining the sales database

Acting as an advocate for the gallery at industry networking events

About You

Good knowledge of the contemporary art market

A number of years of sales experience, in particular dealing with emerging artists

Experience in managing private and institutional sales

Independent and able to work autonomously in a small business environment

Enjoys working with artists and a good eye for emerging talent that may sit well within the gallery programme

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Technical Manager




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Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre (KPET),, provides health education to students in grades K-12 through award-winning, live theater programs.

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The Technical Manager oversees all touring activity including personnel safety, set and prop construction and repairs, and all sound equipment functioning. Theatrical touring or road experience is critical. Experience with supervising, coaching, mentoring, and personnel evaluation preferred. Expertise in sound engineering as well as sound design and basic audio editing experience is preferred. The position travels locally up to 75% of the time.

Full-time position available. Salary DOE with excellent benefits. Kaiser Permanente is proud to be an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  


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