Jobs up for grabs in Birmingham’s Great Theater – here’s how much you could earn
The Birmingham representative is announcing a slew of potential dream jobs for people to work behind the scenes in everything from costumes to construction.
The opportunities might give you the chance to not only meet some of your favorite stars, but also work alongside them, asking questions such as, “Do you know the measurement of your crotch?” Or “What’s your favorite dress size?”
Or maybe, “How high would you like your chair to be in the kitchen scene – and is it easy enough to lift before throwing it out the window?” “
The theater can be seen at a height of 55 meters in the air in the above video shot from the City Flyer, which is one of Ice Skate Birmingham’s three winter attractions operating in Centenary Square through Sunday January 9.
All applications must be submitted through a online portal, but may include video and audio submissions.
The rep said: “We’re talking about the live experience – whether you’re coming to see a show, attending a workshop, or popping in for a coffee.
“You can see us perform live on our three stages – The House, The Door and The Stage – in the West End, tour around the world or appear at your doorstep on local streets, schools and colleges. , in shops, parks and city squares.
“There has never been a better time to consider joining us.
“At Unique Venues Birmingham (UVB) we neither wait nor search for the ‘perfect candidate’, rather we are looking for people who can positively contribute to our team. In return, you will receive support, encouragement and all necessary conditions. to grow, succeed and give your best. We are committed to creating an inclusive workplace where difference is a strength and where every voice and unique skill is recognized and valued.
“For us, recruiting is about feeling excited about coming to work every day and being proud of who you work for and who you work for. Whatever your identification, whatever your background, if you feel enthusiastic, we invite you to apply. “
Job sharing requests are welcome as part of the representative’s flexible working policy and for more information on how the representative works to strengthen their ability to provide opportunities for people who are deaf and disabled through the network. national. Ramps on the Moon project.
The rep is currently staging The Snowman through January 9, with George Orwell’s Animal Farm from Saturday January 22 through February 5.
These are the jobs that are advertised – and what they pay for a typical 39-hour week, unless otherwise specified.
Costume Cutter – Assistant Wardrobe Manager – £ 28,168.92
Will work with the Wardrobe Manager to produce high quality costumes for all productions, events and activities inside and outside the building. Like all employees, they will ensure that digital and sustainability are at the heart of each project. The role includes 20 days of vacation per year (plus public holidays) increasing to 25 days + after five years. The notice period is 12 weeks.
As an example of your level of qualification required for all jobs, you might have an advantage here if you have a valid first aid certificate and driver’s license.
Deadline: noon on Tuesday January 25
Wardrobe Assistant – £ 19,266
Will work to support the team in the manufacture, supply and maintenance of the costumes.
Tariff of overtime on weekends and in the evening.
Deadline: noon on Tuesday January 25
Construction crew – Carpenter / Steelworker – £ 23,322
The construction team strives to provide the decor and goods necessary for all productions, events and activities inside and outside the building, including the assembly of large-scale items.
The Rep has a carpentry room with a mezzanine dedicated to ironwork, a specialized paint shop and an accessories store.
Deadline: noon on Tuesday January 18.
Chief Financial Officer – up to £ 37,000
The representative is currently looking to “reset” their financial systems and processes to “build resilience across the organization and support our business operations.” The successful candidate will work independently and be responsible for delivery, with oversight and approval provided by the CFO.
Deadline – noon Monday January 24
Talent Development Producer – £ 30,176
A whole new role in helping emerging artists, including launching and managing Project Foundry – a two-year program funded by Esmee Fairburn – to develop ‘community co-creation’. A fixed-term contract until January 2024, with the possibility of extension.
Deadline – 5 p.m. Friday January 14
Kickstart – UVB Meet & Greet Administrator – National minimum salary 25 hours per week
Only those recommended by a Professional Job Center Coach can apply for this position to support the office team with administration, including “responding to online inquiries, updating menus, job descriptions and web portals ”.
Event Manager – Contract annualized at £ 11.50 per week for 35 hours (plus five hours of unpaid breaks – roughly the equivalent of £ 20,000 per year)
The Events Manager works throughout the conference, banquet and event program with an emphasis on hospitality and operations to ensure the catering and hospitality service is of a high standard .
Benefits include discounts at REP food and beverage outlets, staff tickets, and contributory staff pension (five percent employee, three percent employer).
Deadline: noon on Sunday January 30.
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