The successful applicant needs to be an excellent communicator, proactive, self-motivated, diligent, organised and have excellent attention to detail. You will need access to your own computer, printer and phone.
The role will include organising travel and accommodation for this year’s tour, writing detailed schedules for artists, managing a budget and doing general admin. There will be the opportunity for occasional travel to some of our theatre performances. Some of the work can be done within the school day and during term-time, but much of it involves working throughout the summer holidays.
The majority of the work will take place between June and November.
Part-time position 28 days @ £126 per day/£18 per hour
Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK, willing to work flexibly, available to attend weekly Zoom meetings and have the following skills:
Excellent written and oral communication skills
High proficiency in Excel and Word
Excellent time management skills and ability to work fast and to deadline
Excellent financial management skills, working to a tight budget
Attention to detail and excellent organisation are essential.
The Children's Bookshow is committed to creating a workforce that is representative of our society. We encourage applications from all sections of the community and are particularly keen to hear from those from Black and Asian backgrounds and disabled candidates.
To apply, please send brief CV and covering email to email@example.com
Deadline for submitting applications: Friday 18th February
Interviews: Tuesday 8th March
Decision by Friday 11th March