4 x variable
£6.50 per hour
Showroom Workstation is an integrated media arts
complex operating a café/bar, conference and events facilities, four-screen
cinema and creative industries managed workspace.
We are looking for several Customer Services Assistants
to join our team. As a CSA, you could be working at any of our customer service
points, including the bar, the cinema kiosk, cinema front-of-house and conferences.
If you have great customer service skills, we
invite you to apply. We are particularly looking for people who have experience
in bar work and food service.
As a key point of contact for many of the
Showroom’s customers, you’ll be responsible for selling food and drink, helping
to keep the bar and kiosk tidy, and providing front of house assistance in the
You will play a vital role during events, including
a year round programme of major festivals.
Flexibility, reliability, friendliness and a can-do attitude required!
Please note this position involves the sale of
alcohol, so applicants must be 18 or over.
date for submission of completed applications: Monday 3rd November,
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 5th
Please download our application pack
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or tel: 0114 279 6511
note: we cannot consider CVs.
Jobs within the Workstation:
Cinema for All: Reaching Communities Project Officer
Full Time (37 hours per week)
£18k - £20k p.a. depending on experience
Cinema For All is the national organisation for supporting,
developing and championing the film society and community cinema sector across
the UK. Based in the Workstation in Sheffield, we represent over 550 film
societies, community cinemas, student cinemas and pop-ups making a difference to
their community through film. The Reaching Communities Project will facilitate
and enable greater access to film for disadvantaged and hard-to-reach
communities in three areas of the UK:
Cornwall, East Lancashire and Glasgow.
The Reaching Communities Project Officer will be an
important role within Cinema For All, involving the administration and
coordination of the project from outreach work in communities to coordinating
screenings, training and equipment hire across the project areas, as well as the
monitoring and evaluation of the project. The Project Officer will be someone
with a strong knowledge of how to exhibit film, experience of community
outreach - in particular engaging disadvantaged groups, good understanding and
experience of project monitoring and evaluation, the ability to think
creatively, excellent people skills, keen attention to detail and a love of
community film exhibition.
To coordinate the administration and implementation of the
Reaching Communities Project from the Cinema For All office within budgetary
limits, the post requires close working with other Cinema For All staff,
Regional Groups, volunteers and local partners to ensure the participation of
diverse, disadvantaged, disengaged and hard-to-reach groups and guarantee
project implementation. This post will also require some national travel and
possible overnight stays.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply please download and complete the application form,
Equal Opportunities Form (at the end of the application form) and send this
with your CV, highlighting relevant experience, to email@example.com by midday
on Monday 17 November.
Interviews will take place in Sheffield the week commencing
24 November 2014.
If you have any questions about this position please email
Deborah on firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the application form: Word / PDF