Bath Festivals Job Opportunities

                                                         

 

Bath Festivals is seeking the following staff to join its busy friendly team, located in the centre of the lively city of Bath, a hotbed for the creative industries.

Festivals Officer  (full time)
To help produce our three high profile successful festivals – the Bath International Music Festival, the Independent Bath Literature Festival and the Telegraph Bath Festival of Children’s Literature .  This is an ideal job for someone looking to develop a career in arts events production.  You will need flair and ambition, coupled with a sound attention to detail, some experience in events management and a love of music and literature.

Deputy Box Office Manager (full time)

The Deputy Box Office Manager will help run the Bath Box Office, based in the Bath Visitor Information Centre.    This is an important job, taking day to day operational responsibility for the smooth running of the Box Office, which serves 120 organisations in and around Bath, as well as selling tickets for Bath Festivals.   The person appointed will need good people management skills and will take a creative and dynamic approach to marketing the box office service and generating sales.

Box Office Assistant (part time)

We are also looking for a part time Box Office assistant (up to 2 days per week), who will be part of our team of friendly and highly skilled box office staff. 

How to apply

Download an application pack from www.bathfestivals.org.uk/jobs
Please note we will only accept completed application forms and will not accept CVs alone.  
Closing date:  Tuesday 2 October (Festival Officer)
                            Wednesday 3 October (Box Office posts)

 

                                                                     

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