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Productions Assistant – Fás CE Scheme

To co-ordinate with the manager the day-to-day productions schedule of this busy arts centre

Duties include:-

To liaise with the manager and other staff members to ensure a co-ordinated and efficient completion of all events from booking through to get-in/get-out.

To assist the manager in administration duties, for example, proofing documents, designing posters/flyers and keeping policy documents up to date.

To assist the marketing officer with PR material and distribution of posters/programmes throughout the season.

To assist the box office team to complete sale reports and weekly reports.

To assist the technician to ensure all artist requirements are adhered to pre-performance/pre-exhibition.

To liaise with artist/performers and their agents prior to an events.

To liaise with the manager on fundraising ideas and develop commercial connections.

To work within a team, but will need to be self-motivated and able to work independently to tight deadlines and schedules.

Ideally the productions assistant would have a creative outlook with an arts background or a strong interest in the arts; administration and funding experience would be desirable.

Computer skills essential and further training/up-skilling can be provided.
Other:-

Day Time : Front of House and reception, generally be present and available to visitors, answer the phone and light housekeeping

Bookings for events, ability to use credit card machine and till.
Evening events: FOH meet and greet, including ushering / bar sales
Weekend and evening work will be required.

Own car desirable but not essential.

Responding to any other duties assigned by the Manager

Interested persons should apply in writing with current CV, PPS Number, Date of Birth, etc.,  before Monday Oct 2nd 2017 to :

Dave Murray Tinahely Community Employment Courthouse Main Street Tinahely Co Wicklow

tinahelycommunityemployment@eircom.net

Community Employment Rates start at €208 per week.

DSP “Learning Grants” are available

Starting dates are subject to DSP approval.

To be eligible for Community Employment, Applicants must be aged 25 or over and registered with DSP at a local DSP office, be receiving a weekly Soc. Welfare payment (UA, UB, Carer, Single Parent, etc.) for at least the preceding 52 weeks.

Spouses of eligible persons may also be eligible for Community Employment.