Operations Assistant, Spike Island

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Deadline Friday 08 November 2019

The Operations Assistant plays a vital role in the everyday running of our busy cultural venue. We are looking for a dynamic, resilient and resourceful individual to support the work of the Operations Manager, both in an administrative and practical capacity.
The role demands a proactive, can-do attitude from someone who is driven to deliver a high quality, responsive service to meet the diverse demands of our building and its users.
Working efficiently and pragmatically, you will be responsible for monitoring and maintaining the building, workshops and production facilities. You will support the Front of House team in the gallery, conduct safety checks of equipment and collaborate with specialist contractors, overseeing their work. You will have a keen eye for detail and ensure high standards of presentation and cleanliness are maintained at all times.
A confident and skilled communicator, you will be capable of working independently and holistically across a complex site. You will exhibit a flexible approach to tasks and problem-solving and be able to react to high pressure situations calmly and confidently.
The position is offered part time (20 hours per week) at £16,782 p.a. pro rata (£9,589) 
To download a job description and for details on how to apply, please visit: www.spikeisland.org.uk/jobs
The deadline to apply is: Friday 8 November 2019
Interviews to be held the week commencing: 18 November 2019
Diversity, equality, and inclusion are fundamental to Spike Island and we are committed to ensuring equality of opportunity in recruitment and employment. We consider diversity to be a strength and are therefore keen to make our workforce more representative of the different backgrounds and experiences that make up our city. 

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