Current VacanciesARENA SUPERVISOR
Salary: £17,628 Annualised 30hrs per week
Plymouth Pavilions is the South West’s premier entertainment and conference centre and we attract over 300,000 visitors each year to our Arena and Ice Rink. Our 4,000 capacity Arena presents a highly varied and diverse range of live shows, concerts, sports and corporate events and is supported by various catering and retail outlets
The Pavilions Arena is rented approximately 150 days a year to organisers of live shows, conferences and exhibitions. The Arena Supervisor will be responsible for liaising with all touring Clients, catering to their needs and ensuring their expectations are met. They will be responsible for the security and safety of all Client facing areas within the building including booking external first aid provision, whilst also acting as the organisations representative when dealing with Client matters during a show, event or performance.
Candidates must be presentable, well spoken, confident and have a strong passion for our industry. They must have experience of working within a similar busy Client facing environment and possess a strong desire to exceed Client expectations. The Arena Supervisor will be expected to work on all event days, mostly afternoons and evenings; as such our ideal candidate will be flexible to meet the demands of our busy business.
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Application forms may be kept on record for a period of 6 months, during which you may be contacted for an interview.
Closing date for applications: Thursday 26 September 2019, 5pm
Interview Date: Monday 30 September 2019
Arena Supervisor Job Description
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Please note: CVs will not be accepted as a method of application.