Action Transport Theatre (ATT) is an Arts Council NPO based in Ellesmere Port. They work with children and young people as creative collaborators
This is an exciting time for ATT, and a unique moment to join their growing organisation with a £2.5m capital re-development of ‘Whitby Hall’ under way.
It’s transformation into an arts and cultural centre in the middle of beautiful Whitby Park will become the home from which to create and support theatre for young audiences regionally and nationally and will include a 150 seat flexible theatre space, a café, workshop and office spaces.
This new role will have overall responsibility for management of the building and facilities and will be part of the project management team who support the move back into the new venue in Spring 2021.
They are looking for someone with a background in facilities or building management and experience of managing a public facing building and maintaining buildings, equipment and plant. Knowledge and experience of compliance management and Health & Safety at work legislation is essential.
You’ll have leadership skills and be able to manage staff, freelancers, contractual partners.
You’ll find creative ways to balance their need to generate income from the hire of spaces with our desire to make sure their values and mission influence their decisions about programming and building-based partnerships.
You will be passionate about environmental sustainability with ideas for how they can increase their environmental responsibility.
You will line manage and work closely with the Production Manager who is responsible for the operation of main theatre space and for supporting all ATT projects and productions with technical stage management expertise. You’ll also be responsible for new building based roles such as cleaner and caretaker
You will have some degree of technical skills (eg AV, digital, sound, IT) and will be able to support the partners and customers who hire spaces within the venue with a degree of technical event support.
To apply, see here.
Contact: Caz Brader, [email protected]