Salary: £30,000 per annum
Contract type: permanent
Founded as a squat in the old Diorama building by Regent’s Park in the 1970s, and incorporated as a charity in 1981, the organization has occupied several buildings and interim spaces around the West Euston area since then. Since 2013, our permanent home is a purpose-built complex in the Regent’s Place campus and our studios are home to a busy schedule of rehearsals, workshops, readings, castings, film and photo shoots, and events.
Always fiercely independent and predominantly self-funded, Old Diorama Arts Centre has started its 40th anniversary year under the new leadership of Creative Director & Chief Executive Daniel Pitt. We’re beginning a refreshed phase of development, seeking to build on our role as a hub for making, towards new strategic directions.
We're looking for a highly-organised, hands-on venue manager to join our small team at this time of change and rejuvenation, to help shape our next steps.
We're looking for someone who has a vision for how arts and community spaces should be. Someone who will care for the welcome we provide all of our visitors, as well as the team that enables that. Someone who strives to improve and streamline things.
The Centre Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day operational management of the centre and our spaces in a safe, compliant and welcoming manner, ensuring income targets are met, and the management of the team and systems which support these elements of business. The Centre Manager is the deputy senior role in the charity.
ODAC is committed to developing a team with diverse skills, backgrounds and lived experiences and therefore we actively encourage applications from those who are under-represented in our organisation and marginalised in our sector, and those who may have faced socio-economic barriers.
Deadline: 10am, Thursday 24th June 2021