WE'RE HIRING! Technical and Buildings Manager

Technical and Buildings Manager Linenhall Arts Centre

The Linenhall Arts Centre is always on the lookout for dynamic, enthusiastic people who will strengthen our team and help us improve the services we provide for the community.

We are currently looking for a part-time Technical and Building Manager with an interest in the arts to join our team. The post-holder will be responsible for the maintenance of the Centre as a whole along with technical support across our performance, gallery and workshop spaces. The post holder will report to the Centre Director and will be a key member of the core management team of the Linenhall Arts Centre.

We are seeking a candidate that has a background or interest in the arts and experience and/or familiarity with the constantly changing demands of life in a multidisciplinary arts centre. You will be a highly organised individual with strong technical skills, who communicates well (both online and in person) with a high level of attention to detail and the ability to prioritise issues. 

This is a hands-on role that requires strong personal skills and involves overseeing all technical and operational management across all activities in the Linenhall Arts Centre. The post holder will manage, develop and be responsible for the delivery of all aspects of the technical requirements of individual artists and groups using the Linenhall, across the whole centre.

The Technical and Building Manager will be the designated Health and Safety Officer for the building and will play an active role in developing health and safety policies and procedures for both staff and users as well as venue-based training for staff and volunteers and must keep abreast of all relevant legislation that would affect the Centre’s operations.

Hours will average at 25 hours per week but will vary dependent on the time of year and/or requirements of the role. Late nights will be required as part of the working week along with some weekend work. A great degree of flexibility is required.

Please note this is a 6-month fixed term contract. This is currently a part-time position which we envisage becoming a full-time role in 2021 dependent on ongoing funding. There will be an option to renew and review the terms at the end of the 6-month period.

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Salary: Commensurate with experience 

Interviews to take place W/C Mon 5 October 2020.

Please email a cover letter and current CV to Bernadette Greenan at by Fri 25 Sept 2020 at 5pm. Queries can be made to Bernadette Greenan via or 094 9023733

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