Marketing Manager (Part-Time, Maternity Cover)
Jane Austen’s House Museum
Hours: The role is part time (24 hours a week)
Salary: In the range of £33,500 per annum pro-rata
Jane Austen’s House Museum is seeking an experienced Marketing Manager to deliver superb marketing, press and development communications. Located in the Hampshire village of Chawton, near Alton, the Museum is open throughout the year, welcoming an average of 40,000 visitors annually with an aspiration to significantly develop this over the coming years.
Through effective and timely management of marketing, media and events, the Marketing Manager will play a vital role in the success of the museum by executing communications across a variety of online and offline channels; generating a regular stream of positive media coverage; increasing public awareness of, and therefore visitor numbers to, the Museum and through the successful delivery of events and fundraising communications.
For the full job description, person specification, as well of details of how to apply, please click here.
Deadline: 9:00 am on Tuesday 7 May 2019
Digital Content Officer
Chichester Festival Theatre are looking for a Digital Content Officer who can create vibrant digital content, with a keen eye for detail and strong written and communication skills, to join our team. The role includes opportunities to manage and deliver projects that open our work up to new audiences, ranging from livestreaming performances to foreign language translation of productions and online material. You will have a practical role in creating video and audio content as well as driving the organisation forward in embracing new technological developments. You should be a team player with experience in planning, delivering and evaluating digital strategies as well as the ability to think creatively about our digital output.
For further information and to apply: https://www.cft.org.uk/job/digital-content-officer
National Motor Museum Trust
37.5 hours per week
The National Motor Museum Trust is seeking an experienced Library Officer to undertake collections management procedures relating to the Reference Library Collection. You will help facilitate access through effective storage, efficient information retrieval and engagement in audience-based activities. You will be responsible for all documentation and the implementation and maintenance of appropriate levels of collections care. You will also undertake preventive conservation, including environmental monitoring, actively seek the acquisition of new titles for the Collection, supervise volunteers and provide training where necessary.
Do you have relevant museum experience working with collections, documentation procedures, standards and proven experience of collections care? If so we would like to hear from you.
For an informal discussion, please telephone
Dominic Ivaldi on 01590 614654
To apply for this position please download an application form from our website at www.beaulieu.co.uk/careers . Alternatively please email [email protected] or call 01590 614681 if you would like an application form posted to you.
Closing date: 23 April at 12 noon
Interviews will take place during week commencing 29 April and the 6 May
Please quote reference number V129
Assistant Estate Worker / Bird Keeper
Help required for small heritage garden with the grounds, events & waterfowl
Min. 3 days a week with some weekend work additional seasonal days
The role involves;
- Grounds Maintenance
- Event Work
- Bird Keeping
- Weekend availability [some]
- Own Transport [to/from work]
Experience with grounds keeping and working with livestock is an advantage, as are certificates for the proficient use of grounds maintenance machinery.
National Living Wage
To apply/for further details please send a cover note, CV & references to
E: [email protected] ~ T: 01483 421955
Busbridge Lakes, Hambledon Road, Godalming, Surrey GU8 4AY
Closing Date 25 April 2019
Deputy Head of Stage
Chichester Festival Theatre is looking for an energetic and dynamic Deputy Head of Stage with excellent carpentry and construction skills to join its full time stage department. The role includes opportunities for team leadership and team working collaborating with freelance creative and production staff in a fast paced and exciting producing theatre. This is a permanent position.
For further information and to apply: https://www.cft.org.uk/job/deputy-head-of-stage
We require seasonal staff to join our Technical, Wigs and Wardrobe Departments for our Festival 2019 season.
Deputy Head of Wardrobe
A Deputy Head of Wardrobe is required to join our wardrobe team for our Festival 2019 season. Experience of working in a busy producing theatre or similar is essential.
We're looking for Dressers to join our wardrobe team. Previous dressing experience desirable.
A Wardrobe Assistant is required to join our wardrobe team and provide first class support for the department and visiting teams.
Deputy Head of Wigs
Our wigs department require a Deputy Head of Wigs for our Festival 2019 season. You'll be working on all shows produced as part of the season and working in both the Festival and Minerva studio.
We are looking for a Wigs Assistant to join our wigs team. Experience of wigs and hair in a theatrical context and working in a busy repertory theatre or similar is essential.
Stage Crew required to work closely with the senior stage staff and visiting creative team to provide scenic load in, construction, maintenance and show operation.
Stage Technicians with experience of team leadership, show crewing, set construction. maintenance and rigging is required.
Senior Lighting Technician
Senior Lighting Technicians required to provide first class support to visiting lighting designers and creative staff.
We require Lighting Technicians with experience of programming on Eos and Ion desks, use of moving lights, working at height and basic electrical construction skills.
Senior Sound Technician
We're looking for Senior Sound Technicians to provide first class support to visiting creative teams and work collaboratively with the head of departments, Deputy Head of Sound, apprentices and seasonal sound engineers.
No1 Sound Technician
A senior member required to join our sound department for Festival 2019. Experience of No.1 live mixing of large scale musicals, on Digico and Yamaha digital consoles required.
Sound Technicians are required to provide first class support to visiting teams and CFT departments undertaking rigging, operation and radio mic running on productions for all CFT venues.
For more information and to apply please visit our website: https://www.cft.org.uk/about-us/jobs
Jane Austen's House Museum
Two brand new full time job opportunities
Head of Visitor Services
Collections and Interpretation Manager
Please see further details here: https://www.jane-austens-house-museum.org.uk/jobs
Watercress Line - Volunteer Makers
The Watercress Line is currently researching ‘Volunteer Makers’ – a new platform for volunteer recruitment and wondered whether any of you have experience of using it? If you have used it please email Emma Neal Emma Neal [email protected]
Working with us
At Red Mist Leisure we want to deliver the best for our customers and continually exceed their expectations. We strive to be market leaders and achieving this is dependent on the quality of our products, services and our team. We recognise that customers have a choice where they spend their dining income, but by offering consistently great dining experiences, we will thereby retain and expand our customer base through the strength of our reputation and become first choice in our customer’s eyes.
Red Mist have the following opportunities;
Red Mist are also recruiting for two Apprenticeships, attending one day per week at Farnborough College;
Commis Chef, achieving level 2 in Professional Cookery
Chef de Partie, achieving level 3 in Professional Cookery
These are available at all Red Mist pubs.
To find out more about any of these opportunities please email [email protected]
Foundation Degree (FdA) in Tourism and Hospitality Management
2 Year Working Degree delivered at Langley College
Validated by University College Birmingham
Click here for the full course details.
If you wish to discuss the course further, please contact Dr Karen Cripps (Course Leader). Email: [email protected] Tel: 01753 793440
We offer in return:
CFT have lots of exciting opportunities for chaperones this season working with the CFYT and our Festival productions. If you hold a valid chaperone's license and are interested in working with CFT please submit a copy of your chaperone licence and a covering letter detailing relevant experience to [email protected].
Work Experience and Training
Chichester Festival Theatre is keen to support people who are committed to pursuing a career in theatre or within the Arts sector, or would like to find out more about how it works. If you are passionate about working in theatre, music, dance or community arts and would like to experience working in a busy and vibrant theatre, please email [email protected] for more information about Work Experience opportunities or download our Work Experience pack.
CFT encourage applicants from a variety of backgrounds to apply, including Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, and disabled candidates.
If you would like to apply for Work Experience here at CFT, please complete an application form and return to [email protected], or post to LEAP Department, Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 6AP.
Selected applicants will be invited for an interview at CFT before any offer of Work Experience.
CFT aim to accommodate as many applicants as possible throughout the year; however, this may depend on capacity to support Work Experience, or suitability for particular areas such as backstage work.
CFT run a comprehensive Trainee and Apprentice programme, enabling us to develop the next generation of arts professionals.
Apprenticeships and Traineeships are advertised in the Jobs section of the website during the summer of each year.
Chichester Festival Theatre believes diversity is about celebrating and valuing individuals. The Theatre has an equality of opportunity approach and aspires to give everyone the chance to achieve their potential.
1) Ticket sellers wanted:
Enthusiastic people wanted to sell tickets on Broad street, Oxford to sell tickets for guided tours. Earn minimum wage + commission on sales. Therefore, possible to earn up to £30/hour. Short shifts lasting 2-4 hours on flexible schedule to suit you, starting from 10am or later and finishing by 2.30pm.
2) Tour Guide vacancies
We have vacancies for guides based in any of following locations: London, Bath, Stratford upon Avon, Oxford, Lacock Abbey, Highclere Castle, Cotswolds or Blenheim Palace, Chawton
Visit Oxford Tours is based in Oxford but runs tours in other destinations via main website plus via other websites too.
Tour guides wanted for casual work paid, as & when bookings, to guide one or more of ANY of the following types of guided tours below. Training provided but training is not paid for.
Pay rate is from £15-20/hour + any work related expenses + any tips + £10 bonus on any 4 start or 5 star tripadvisor reviews. Tours last from 2-3 hours. Busiest days will be weekend afternoons. You are free to accept or decline bookings, as suits you. Currently, customers on most tours must book at least 24 hours in advance, so you will have at least that much notice on most tours we run.
- Harry Potter film sites tour (London or Oxford or Lacock Abbey)
- Food tasting & sightseeing walking tours (all cities, especially London)
- General historical walking tours (all locations)
- Literary walking tours (all locations)
- Shakespeare & theatre related tour (London, Oxford or Stratford upon Avon)
- Inspector Morse Oxford tours or Midsome Murder Cotswolds tours
- Jane Austen life & times walking tours in either Bath or Chawton
TO APPLY, CONTACT: Alasdair de Voil, VisitOxfordTours.com
Text and call 07955482637 or email [email protected]