Administrator at Village Underground & EartH
Type: Full time position, 42.5 hours per week, with some early morning/late evening work.
Salary: £21,000 – £23,000
This is an entry level position and a great opportunity for the right person to develop their skills, networks and knowledge in the live music and cultural sectors.
The Administrator will be responsible for supporting the day-to-day administration across both venues. They will be someone with an interest in developing administrative and business skills and who enjoys being organised and working as part of a small and busy team.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to gain experience in the following areas:
− Arts administration
− Event planning
− Marketing and social media
− Community management (support VU’s ‘train community’, including responding to ad hoc enquiries, helping organise community events,…)
Please download and read the full job pack here: Administrator Job Description – January 2020.
Send your CV and a short cover letter explaining why you believe you’re a good fit for this role to Amelie Snyers ([email protected]).
Subject line: Administrator.
Deadline: 5PM on Friday 24 January.
Village Underground is a multidisciplinary venue presenting live concerts and electronic music events alongside theatre, performing arts and visual arts. Each year, VU has an attendance of over 150,000 people, stages more than 500 performances and works with more than 1500 artists.
EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney) is a multi–arts space for the 21st Century. Programming is broad, global, open and rooted in the highest quality artistic pursuit. We seek to bring together both the leading, rising and other important talents of varied artistic fields under one roof to provide a vital new home for the arts in London.EartH looks to become a leading light in the city for audiences of all ages and walks of life to meet, listen, watch, dance and enjoy all that artistic endeavour and creativity has to offer.
Both venues play host to commercial events, the revenue of which is put back into the artistic and education programmes.