Closing Date: 23 April 2018
Remuneration: £8 p/h | NMW
We are looking for Events Assistants and Trainee Events Assistants to support the Albany’s live performance and events programme and create a warm and welcoming experience for our customers. This is a great opportunity for hands-on all-rounders looking for a versatile front-line role in one of London’s most exciting and culturally diverse arts venues. Duties will include ushering, ticket and bar sales across our five performance venues and for Summer outdoor events.
The ideal candidates for our Events Assistant role should be pro-active and energetic with excellent communication skills, attention to detail and experience in customer service and managing Health and Safety in a similar environment. The minimum age for this role is 18 years in line with licensing requirements.
Ideal candidates for our Trainee Event Assistant role would be reliable, with a mature attitude and have a keen desire to work in events and customer service but may not yet have the skills or experience in these areas. This role is open to all ages and full training will be provided.
Contract: Casual hours; flexible shifts, mostly evenings and weekends
Salary: Event Assistant: £8.00 (per hour); Trainee: National Minimum Wage
Closing date: Monday 23rd April 2018, 10am
Interviews: Wednesday 2nd May
Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 020 8692 4446, or visit the Albany reception during opening hours. Please note that CVs will not be accepted.
We want our team to represent the same diversity of audiences and artists we welcome into our venues every day, and we are keen to hear from a diverse range of candidates from all backgrounds drawing on different perspectives, experience and knowledge. We particularly welcome interest from Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and disabled candidates to work here. The Albany will offer an interview to anyone with a disability* who meets the essential criteria.
* a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative effect on a person’s ability to do normal daily activities