JOBS

  • Creative Support / Admin

    World-famous Commercial Art Gallery seeks Enthusiastic Part Time Gallery Assistant

    £20,000 - £25,000 pa FTE

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Permanent


    A highly prestigious and multi award-winning architectural gallery are seeking a proactive and articulate Gallery Assistant to ensure the smooth running of the gallery space. This is a part time position for 20 hours over 4 days a week.

    You will be responsible for providing a professional and friendly welcome to all visitors to the Gallery, as well as booking and organising meetings, tours and appointments and assisting with the coordination of listings for gallery programmes/events/exhibitions

    Marketing plays a large part in the role and the successful candidate will have previous experience managing social media, liaising with press and collating articles and photography relating to the gallery. Excellent graphics skills and confidence with Photoshop/InDesign is also essential as you will be editing brochures and gallery literature, assisting with the creation of new literature, initiating new signage, labels and pricing information etc.

    You will also be responsible for monthly stocktake and sales reports, manging facilities and liaising with contractors and financial admin including collating and filing receipts/data for the accounts team.

    The successful candidate will have excellent IT skills, including Excel, Photoshop and Illustrator. You will also have previous experience of social media scheduling software and email marketing platforms. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for a creative and articulate administrator to join a design-led and industry leading Architectural Gallery. Apply now with your CV.

    We will do our very best to help you find your ideal job. Our approach is personable and we believe that your job hunting experience should be enjoyable. We look forward to hearing from you.

    Ref:
    CS199109
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  • Creative Support / Admin

    Artistic & Knowledgeable Lighting Manager required Leading Arts Institution

    £30,000 - £34,000 p.a. (FTC) + excellent benefits package

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Contract

    An exciting and prosperous arts institution, whose sole purpose is to create a concise and strong voice for art and artists, requires a Lighting Manager to oversee all lighting operations of exhibitions and displays. This is a 12 - month fixed term contract and based in Central London.

    As Lighting Manager, you will be coordinating all lighting operations based within the historical and beautifully designed campus. High quality presentation is crucial, and you will be working closely with internal colleagues and external specialists, providing technical and design expertise and contributing to the planning and preparation of all exhibitions and displays. This is a brand-new role! Therefore, an exciting and ideal opportunity for an enthusiastic and pro-active individual to develop operations and systems and help shape your team’s approach to managing facilities.

    Successful candidates will have 3 years’ professional experience and knowledge of supervisory responsibilities. It is also important that candidates demonstrate technical proficiency – up-to-date understanding of lighting systems, including dimming and lighting controls, as well as a sound working knowledge of electronics and control equipment. Organisation and time-management skills are key as you’ll be working towards deadlines. Ideally the candidate will be adaptable to occasionally working hours on evenings and at weekends, as required.

    A fantastic opportunity for career progression within a creative and exciting industry! Previous experience of working in Galleries, Theatres and other Arts/Events venues is desirable.

    If interested, we look forward to hearing from you!

    We will do our very best to help you find your ideal job. Our approach is personable and we believe that your job hunting experience should be enjoyable. We look forward to hearing from you.

    Ref:
    CS199108
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  • Creative Support / Admin

    Award-winning Engineering Collective seeks excellent HR Assistant!

    £25,000-£27,000 p.a.

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Permanent

    Award-winning and world-wide renowned structural engineering consultancy requires outstanding HR Assistant! This is an exciting company that ensures that design, quality and technical excellence is at the forefront of the agenda alongside a strong working culture – this is evident due to a high employee retention rate.

    A diverse and engaging role – you will be supporting the HR Coordinator and the wider HR Management team to support the company and two other sister companies. The remit encompasses responsibilities such as recruitment, overseeing the lifecycle of employees, researching and analysing policies, drafting various documents, and other ad-hoc administrative duties.

    The ideal candidate will be diplomatic and tactful and be able remain calm in difficult situations. They’ll have strong interpersonal skills and be process minded. Above all the HR Assistant will understand the importance of confidentiality and trustworthiness.

    If you are looking for a new exciting career in HR within an inspirational organisation, then look no further.

    If interested, apply ASAP!

    We will do our very best to help you find your ideal job. Our approach is personable and we believe that your job hunting experience should be enjoyable. We look forward to hearing from you.

    Ref:
    CS199107
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  • Architecture

    Technical Architect, with Strong CDM Knowledge in search of Stirling Prize Shortlisted Studio

    £42,000 - £50,000 p.a. + Bens.

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Permanent

    This well-established Architecture Practice, with a range of mixed-use and housing projects in the UK, is currently looking for an accomplished and technically-minded Architect, with experience as Principal Designer. This studio has a portfolio of successfully completed small to medium projects in the Mixed-use, Housing and Commercial sectors. The ideal candidate will be an ARB Architect, who enjoys working on-site, has a sound knowledge of CDM Regulations, and who is confident working independently, as well as part of a team. This is an excellent opportunity if you are looking for a good work-life balance, amongst an experienced and expert team. Please apply at your earliest convenience, with your CV and samples of work, to be considered.

    We will do our very best to help you find your ideal job. Our approach is personable and we believe that your job hunting experience should be enjoyable. We look forward to hearing from you.

    Ref:
    P214344
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