Jobs and opportunities
PART TIME DUTY MANAGER
Salary: A range of day shifts or evening shifts are available at £9.32 per hour.
South Hill Park Arts Centre is one of the largest multi-purpose Arts Centres in the country. Situated in a Grade II-listed Georgian mansion house with parklands, it has 2 theatres, arts studios, a gallery, cinema, recital room and conference rooms.
In working as a part time Duty Manager, you will be responsible for setting up courses, functions and events throughout the site whilst ensuring the smooth running of the Arts Centre and managing and working with the Front of House teams.
You will need a hands-on and proactive work ethic and be passionate and committed to delivering unrivalled customer care. You must be dedicated with excellent communication, interpersonal and organisation skills and have the ability to confidently manage people and challenging situations.
The ideal candidate will have experience of a customer focused role in the arts/theatre environment or the leisure industry. Previous experience of working with volunteers would be an advantage.
A range of day shifts or evening shifts are available at £9.32 per hour. For further details and to apply for this post, please download the relevant documents from the menu on the right.
For further information or to submit your application contact Rod Andrew on
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE - PRINTMAKING
South Hill Park Arts Centre, based in an 18th Century mansion in Bracknell, requires a second Artist in Residence to teach printmaking courses and workshops and help manage our well-equipped studio. Our printroom currently houses a columbian press, two litho presses, an etching press and an acid room. Please note, we do not currently have screen-printing facilities. The Artist in Residence will have access to the studio outside teaching hours in order to develop their own work.
We require a candidate who is inspiring, enthusiastic and an energetic teacher in order to support our dedicated, talented and experienced students- some of whom also exhibit their work at the venue. We currently run regular, ten week printmaking courses on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays whilst offering occasional weekend specialist workshops and weekly Open Access sessions for competent printmakers.
The Artist in Residence would teach our Wednesday classes from 10am – 2.30pm, there would be the opportunity to also teach the Thursday 10am – 2.30pm classes from September.
South Hill Park’s residencies have been running for over 30 years and are regarded as one of the core elements of its visual arts programme, which includes exhibitions and courses in ceramics, silversmithing, stained glass, life drawing, textiles, oil painting and drawing and painting. Currently, five Artists Residence are employed across our specialist ceramic silversmithing and printmaking studios.
Annual Salary: Variable. Teaching paid at £20.39 per hour
Initially offered for a fixed term of 12 months, with the opportunity to extend to 24 months.
For further information please download our job descptiption and timetable from the right hand menu on this page or contact
Applications must be received by 5pm on Fri 28 March and should include a:
• Covering letter
• Completed application form
• At least 5 images of works not exceeding 5mb in total
Interview date: Friday 4 April
Please ensure you receive confirmation that we have received your application.