Salary: £31,000 per annum
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Showroom Workstation as a key member of the Senior Management Team. We require an exceptional Operations Manager, someone who can work flexibly, with an entrepreneurial attitude and who has solid experience of managing and motivated staff to delivery exceptional customer service.
We’re looking for someone who is skilled in task and organisational management and have a clear understanding of the Showroom Workstation’s role in Sheffield as a cultural venue and creative business centre.
The Operations Manager has responsibility for the front line customer service face of the organisation as well as delivering high quality events for the business community, overseeing the kitchen, bar, cinema front of house, cinema kiosk and conferencing operations.
If successful, you’ll be expected to deliver operations of the highest quality, driving sales and profitability for the organisation.
We welcome applications from someone who relishes a challenge; can create and develop business opportunities; who is a natural and welcoming host; who can support our ambitions for expanding our ever-improving food offer, and, ultimately who can ensure the smooth running of a much loved Independent Cinema.
Please note that we cannot consider CVs – we only shortlist from our completed application form.
The post involves the sale of alcohol so applicants must be 18 or over.
Download the application pack including Job Description here
Or contact our Reception Team:
firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0114 2796511
Closing Date for completed applications is 12 noon on Monday 20th April 2015
Interviews will be held on Thursday 23rd April 2015
Customer Services Assistants needed
Temporary and permanent positions
Variable hour contracts
£6.58 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.
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 cinema foyer.
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! 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.
Please note this position involves the sale of alcohol, so applicants must be 18 or over.
Closing date for submission of completed applications: Tuesday 14th April, 12 noon
Please note that interviews will be held on Wednesday 22nd April – please check your availability on this date before applying.
Please download our application pack here
or email: email@example.com.
or tel: 0114 279 6511
Please note: we cannot consider CVs.
Programming and Education Apprentice
Are you passionate about film? Join Sheffield's premiere independent cinema team.
To assist the Programming department with day to day operations, event planning and delivery. The role is quite varied, including Finance, general administration, event administration, audience development and film research. Setting up and maintaining records, Preparing invoices, Minuting Meetings, Generating and submitting cinema data for stakeholders, Producing and circulating meeting agendas, submitting weekly advertising grid, Proofing copy, Maintaining spreadsheets and databases, Saturday Club preparation, and stock maintenance, Assisting with event preparation and delivery, Audience and Film research and any other reasonable tasks / duties as required by the Company
Essential - Computer literacy and experience of Word software packages, especially Word, Excel and Outlook and internet research experience. Proven problem solving skills/demonstrable questioning nature to ensure tasks are carried out correctly, Good organisational and multi-tasking skills, Demonstrable numeracy skills, Research skills and the ability to generate statistical information, A desire to gain experience and a qualification in the area of your work and good time management skills, including the ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines Desirable – A genuine interest in or knowledge of film and media, Knowledge of the Cultural Industries, Experience of using Outlook calendar to prioritise workload, GCSEs A to C in Maths, English & ICT (Not Essential).
Closing date for applications 5 April 2015
For full job description and to apply please follow the link here