Association Co-ordinator (full-time)
Salary circa £26,000-£30,000 p.a. depending on experience
The Association of British Theatre Technicians is seeking an energetic and organised individual with experience of office administration generally, or within an arts or membership organisation, to co-ordinate the ABTT’s activities and membership services.
You pay attention to detail, use your initiative, can work unsupervised, and are self-motivated. You enjoy working in a small team but have the ability and ambition to grow within the role, along with the Association, and should therefore be able to manage staff in the future.
- co-ordinating ABTT membership activities, communications, publications and events
including the Annual Theatre Show
- responding to member enquiries, new memberships and renewals
- organising Council meetings, taking minutes and preparing papers
- maintaining membership databases and ABTT archives
- ensuring the smooth running of the office and its administrative systems, and
- providing administrative support to the CEO.
You are passionate about the theatre, outgoing, with excellent communication skills, and would enjoy developing relationships within the industry to strengthen the Association.
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Please supply a CV and short covering letter explaining why you would like to work for the ABTT and what you think you could bring to this role, applying to email@example.com . Please address each aspect of the job description and person specification.
Closing date: Midday Friday 28th April 2017 . We reserve the right to close the advert earlier, depending on the volume of applications.
The ABTT campaigns on behalf of the theatre industry to ensure legislation is appropriate to the industry’s needs, and that regulations are suitably drafted and enforced. The ABTT produces a Code of Practice for the Theatre Industry which is recognized by the HSE. We are passionate about equal opportunities, and welcome a broad diversity of talent from all sections of the community to apply.BACK