The Island Duty Manager position

01173763457
recruitment@theislandbristol.com
http://theislandbristol.com/contact/vacancies/

Deadline Wednesday 20 September 2017

Salary £8 p/h
Hours 6-9pm

AVAILABLE FROM 4TH SEPTEMBER.

Grade: £8ph

Reports to: Centre Manager

Hours of Work: 6pm – 9pm weeknights, Various times over weekends depending on events and activities of the centre (around 3+ hours Saturday and 3+ Sunday) additional hours as required, flexibility important

Location: The Island, Nelson street, Bristol, BS1 2LE

Type of Contract: ongoing casual staff, ad hoc hours

THE ROLE

The Duty Manager has responsibility for the safe and effective operation of the building
during activities and events. The ideal candidate will be able to work with a diverse range of people and be able adapt to an ever changing environment. Your main duty will be to set up and maintain all facilities for bookings and offer excellent customer service to all space users.

MAIN PURPOSE of POST:
Our evening Duty Managers play a key role in the running of our arts centre being responsible for the set up and maintenence of all facilities for bookings and offering excellent customer service to all space users.

KEY TASKS:
1. Maintaining the general cleanliness of the site.
2. Ensuring rooms are prepared and presentable for use.
3. Removing all rubbish and recycling to the designated bins and ensure
wheelie bins are taken onto Silver Street for rubbish collection on
appropriate collection days.
4. Noting repair and maintenance requirements and placing orders via the
Centre Manager. Organise external contractors to come in and
complete repairs.
5. Closing main doors, securing site, and locking up spaces at the end of
final classes.
6. Report to the Centre Manager with any issues.
7. Change code locks once a month.
8. Responding to, inspection of, and resetting of fire alarm system as
required.
9. Out of hours keyholder and first point of contact in emergencies.

For a full job description and to apply for this role please e-mail Kathryn at recruitment@theislandbristol.com with a CV and short cover letter

ASLS is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons from all sections of the community. We particularly welcome applications from disabled and black and minority ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within our organisations.

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