General Vacancies

General Job Vacancies

Details of job opportunities at The Courtyard, whether general job vacancies, volunteer work, or casting for shows, will be posted here.


SALES MANAGER
Job Reference: CY10/019
Tenure/Hours: Permanent, full time, 40 hpw
Location: The Courtyard Centre for the Arts, Edgar Street, Hereford, HR4 9JR
Salary: £20,000-£22,000
Closing Date: 12 noon on Thursday 9 June 2016
Interviews: Friday 17 June 2016

The Courtyard’s Sales Manager is responsible for all commercial sales and income for the organisation, including ticket sales and other forms of income. You will develop and implement a range of sales strategies to increase attendance, earned income, donations and memberships, as well as consistently developing current and new audiences.

We are seeking a confident, forward-thinking and sparky individual to embrace the challenges of this exciting role.

If you are interested in finding out more, please download the application pack from this page. If you wish to apply you will need to complete and return the application form by the closing date.

 


MARKETING VOLUNTARY OPPORTUNITY

Are you passionate about the arts and looking to acquire the relevant skills to enter the industry?

The Courtyard is offering a six-month marketing opportunity from June 2016.  This is an ideal opportunity for someone whose career aspirations lie in arts marketing and will enable them to gain valuable hands-on training and experience.

We are looking for someone who can commit around 16 hours a week (hours/days of work can be discussed at the interview) and who could start in June 2016.

Further information about this role and how to apply for it can be downloaded from this page. The closing date has been extended to 25 May 2016.


FUNDRAISING & EVENTS VOLUNTARY OPPORTUNITY

Are you passionate about the arts and would you like to gain some hands-on events management and fundraising experience in a popular and busy community arts venue?

The Courtyard is offering a six-month voluntary opportunity (up to 16 hours a week) from June 2016 to work alongside the Fundraising Manager, within the Communications team, to assist with planning and running fundraising events and activities, as well as assist with fundraising administration. This is an ideal opportunity for someone whose career aspirations lie in arts events management and/or fundraising and will enable them to gain valuable hands-on training and experience.

Further information about this role and how to apply for it can be downloaded from this page. 

The closing date has been extended to 25 May 2016 and interviews will be held on 9 June.