Theatre Bristol General Manager

0117 373 0873
[email protected]
https://theatrebristol.net

Deadline Monday 01 April 2019

Salary £27,000 – 30,000 depending on experience
Hours Full time
Interview Date Tuesday 16th April

Theatre Bristol is looking for a General Manager to oversee and manage the day to day operations and finance at Theatre Bristol.

The General Manager will be responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the Theatre Bristol’s operations.

They will support the Chief Executive in business planning, development and income generation activities, and manage stakeholder relationships with supporters and funders.

In addition, they may take the lead on managing the delivery of specific projects and initiatives as they arise.

For more information and an application pack please follow this link: https://theatrebristol.net/job/general-manager-2/

 

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