Operations Coordinator (Visitor Experience), Part-Time
Studio Voltaire is looking to recruit an Operations Coordinator (Visitor Services), an important role ensuring all audiences to Studio Voltaire receive the best possible welcome to the organisation, whether as participants in our learning programme, visitors to our exhibitions, artists working onsite or guests hiring our spaces. If you enjoy meeting new people, care about the arts, have good coordination and administration skills and are interested in working at events, this could be the role for you!
This is an exciting and varied position, working with the entire staff team. Working closely with the General Manager, the Operations Coordinator (Visitor Experience) and Operations Coordinator (Building Facilities) supervises Studio Voltaire Assistants. They also support day-to-day operational, financial, administrative and building/facilities management ensuring the smooth running of the organisation and that our buildings are welcoming, accessible, and well-maintained.
24–32 hours per week worked over 3–4 days, based on the successful candidate's preference. Working days are Wednesday (if 32 hours), Thursday, Friday and alternating Saturday/Sunday, 9.30 am–5.30 pm. Start and end times may vary. Evening and weekend work required. Time off in lieu and occasional overtime is available in line with Studio Voltaire’s policy.
- Responsible to: General Manager
- Supervising: 2 x Studio Voltaire Assistants, temporary casual events staff
- Payscale: £25,500 to £26,500 per annum, pro rata (dependent on experience)
- Contract: 1 year fixed-term contract (with a view to renew)
- Probation period: 3 months
- Notice period: 1 month (probation notice period is 2 weeks)
The deadline for applications is Sunday 16 April 2023.
Join Studio Voltaire’s Board of Trustees
As one of the UK’s leading not–for–profit arts organisations, Studio Voltaire plays a unique role in the UK arts ecology by supporting diverse artistic talent to take risks and realise ambition. We have developed ambitious programmes that support a diversity of contemporary art practice, encouraging access and participation from a wide range of audiences.
Studio Voltaire has just reopened following a transformative £2.8 million capital project to create more artists’ studios, renovated exhibition space and new public spaces, including a dedicated learning and events space, public garden, café and shop. This is the most ambitious transition in our 27–year history.
Over the next year, we are looking to appoint a number of new Trustees who will bring a commitment to the organisation’s mission and values, and complement the range of skills and experience of our Board.
Trustees support and help develop a charity’s work by playing important and varied roles, including: supporting Studio Voltaire’s team; giving advice; acting as a critical friend; providing strategic leadership; and advocating for Studio Voltaire through the next stage of our development.
As a Trustee you will help us to:
- Support emerging and underrepresented artists and practices
- Increase access and participation within contemporary art practice
- Encourage change within the arts sector to represent the cultural diversity of London and beyond
You do not need to have any formal qualifications or have had previous experience as a Trustee. We are looking for people who are passionate about contemporary art and the role creativity can play within our lives.
- At this time, we are particularly keen to recruit people who fulfil any of the following:
- Are artists
- Have experience and knowledge of our local communities in South London, or a connection to our local area
- Have knowledge or experience in income generation, individual giving or corporate sponsorship
- Have knowledge or experience in retail and e–commerce
- Have knowledge or experience in equality, diversity and inclusion
- Have knowledge or experience in communications, marketing or audience development
- Have knowledge or experience in human resources
We actively welcome applications from people who identify as:
- Working class or those who experience financial precarity
- African, East Asian, South Asian, South East Asian, Middle Eastern, Latin American, Caribbean heritage and those belonging to groups who experience racism including people of Romany, Irish Traveller, Central Asian and West Asian heritage
- Disabled, D/deaf, neurodiverse or experience long term health conditions
- Being under the age of 28
- Lesbian, transgender, queer, bisexual, intersex or non-binary
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