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Administration and Personnel Manager
Closing date for applications: Monday 15th October at 10am
Interviews will take place on: Tuesday 30th October
Camden Arts Centre is an internationally renowned contemporary art venue with an ambitious programme characterised by discovery and risk-taking. The post holder will join the Centre at an exciting time under the new directorship of Martin Clark, as we continue to develop our core programmes across exhibitions, education, residencies and public events, seeking new models of working to secure our future sustainability.
This is a new post within the Centre, working closely with the Deputy Director and other key staff to ensure that the right systems and structures are in place to maintain Camden Arts Centre’s role as a leading organisation within the sector with high standards across all areas of operation.
The role ensures excellent administrative and communication systems across the office, acts as one of our main key-holders and is critical in managing all Front of House elements. Supported by a PA and Office Coordinator and Front of House Coordinator it leads on HR and staff wellbeing, manages our Front of House staff and volunteers, and ensures consistent standards across all areas of Visitor Services. It also has opportunity to input into business planning and evaluation processes.
The ideal candidate must have at least 3 years’ experience of working in a complex administrative role and excellent people and team leading skills. If you are a highly organised, proactive and professional individual, thrive in a fast-paced dynamic working environment and have enthusiasm for nurturing a happy and effective team, then this is the role for you!
Please send us your completed Application and Equal Opportunity Form to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Administration and Personnel Manager’ on the subject line.