Saturday, 28 November 2015

Box Officer Co-ordinator, The Edge, University of Bath

Pay: £18,212 - £20,400 per annum (Full Time) 
Deadline: Monday 7th December 

Responsible for the smooth running of the Box Office as a reception and sales point for The Edge, the role will schedule, co-ordinate and supervise the Box Office team, leading by example and training team members to ensure the delivery of consistently high levels of customer service. The role will also maintain relevant policies and oversee the effective use of ticketing and venue management systems. 

For more information and to apply contact:

Friday, 27 November 2015

Victorian Christmas at Blaise House - Volunteers needed.

Bristol Museum Volunteers have a lovely Victorian Christmas day planned at Blaise next weekend and they could do with a few more pairs of hands, primarily to help run the craft activities (they will be led by a freelancer), and some general setting up and packing down.
If you are interested in helping out and available on the 6th of December from 10am – 4.30pm please let them know. There will only be a limited number of spaces for this role so if you want to be involved get in touch via
Thank you for your time and commitment,

Alex Hardy
Volunteering Coordinator
Bristol Museums, Galleries & Archives

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Graphic Designer - Las Iguanas Head Office, Bristol

Pay: £22-25k pa, plus bonus and benefits
Deadline: 30th November 2015

Rapid expansion is creating amazing opportunities across the company and we are looking for an in-house graphic designer to join our small but boisterous office team based in Bristol. 

Reporting to the Brand Communications Manager the successful candidate will: 

reinforce the brand DNA and enhance brand reputation by producing fresh and innovative ideas and concepts and overseeing the delivery of artwork for each campaign 
further enhance the quality of creative design work with ongoing research and a finger on the pulse when it comes to new technologies in new media and design software 
manage the delivery of projects from design brief to implementation within brand guidelines and agreed cost and time constraints 
support the business in optimising customer awareness and maximising customer traffic through design of appropriate communications materials 
increase business sales through clear, appealing and innovative menu design 
contribute to the delivery of brand communications internally and externally across a broad range of materials and media 
Key Experience: 

InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop 
Able to demonstrate excellent communication and organisational skills 
Experience of managing print process including final artwork and delivery logistics 
Cool under pressure and able to work to absolute deadlines 
An unfailing eye for detail and ability to proof read 
A strong and energetic team player 
An interest in working ‘client-side’ with a unique national brand 
Knowledge of working within the hospitality industry would be a bonus. 
Salary: £22-25K p.a. + bonus and benefits 

Please send your CV, a link to your portfolio and a covering letter to: 

Katrina McGrath, Brand Communications Manager via here.

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Professional Photoshopper/retoucher needed

Deadline: ASAP
Contract type: Temporary

Bristol based motion and still image production company requires retoucher (ASAP) 
Must have proficient skills in photoshop—Expert level 
Also prefer After Effects, InDesign and any other media software knowledge. 
Recent graduates welcome. 
Please respond with relevant work examples. 
Must have artistic skills.

To apply contact Kate by going here

Philanthropy Officer - Holburne Museum

Pay: £20-22k pro rata depending on experienceP/T 30 hours per week [0.8FTE]Deadline: 5pm Thursday 26th November 2015
Interviews: Monday 7th December 2015
The Holburne Museum in Bath is seeking a Philanthropy Officer to join its team. The post holder’s role will be to work closely with the Head of Philanthropy to create a culture of philanthropic giving, manage and develop memberships, cultivate and steward supporters, and provide the day-to-day support needed in a busy fundraising office.
Applicants should have at least three years’ experience in fundraising, an interest in the arts and the ability to relate to people at all levels. 
This position would suit a self-starter who can show initiative but still be able to work effectively in a team.
To download the job description and application form, please visit our website here.
(No CVs please; submissions via Application Form only to

Finance Assistant - Bristol Music Trust/ Colston Hall

Pay: £18,450 per annum
Full Time: 37 hours per week
Deadline: Wednesday 2nd December 2015 
We have an opportunity for a finance professional to join our busy Finance and Commercial Team based at Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest concert venue.
The role requires the individual to work closely with other teams across the venue to provide high quality financial and administrative support to the organisation. The role has a strong focus on accounts payable and effective procurement, whilst supporting the Financial Controller with management reporting and business analysis.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to develop key skills whilst working for a vibrant arts organisation. We are looking for a flexible team player who will thrive in a busy, fast-paced environment and the successful applicant will bring a sound knowledge of accounting processes, and excellent customer service skills with a desire to learn.
To apply for this role please complete and return the Bristol Music Trust application form by Midday on Wednesday 2nd December 2015.  Apply online at

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Communications Manager - Situations

Pay: 25-28k dependent on experience
Deadline: 9am, Monday 7th December 2015
First Interviews: Monday 14th December in Bristol
Situations is an arts producer dedicated to opening up the potential for artists to make extraordinary ideas happen in unusual and unexpected places, inspiring audiences and participants to explore new horizons. 
We commission and produce both temporary and long-term public artworks such as the current, acclaimed project Sanctum in Bristol led by artist Theaster Gates, the 100-year-long Future Library in Oslo by artist Katie Paterson; Michael Sailstorfer’s Folkestone Digs which sparked a gold rush on the South East coast last year and Alex Hartley’s Nowhereisland for the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad in 2012. 
Communications Manager
We are looking for a gifted communicator who is passionate about creating and delivering strategic campaigns for our projects and increasing and extending the profile of the organisation nationally and internationally. You will be an advocate, an early adopter, and be able to demonstrate a flair for creative ideas. You will have in-depth knowledge about the range and diversity of the most up-to-date communications tactics in the arts and an understanding of current trends and debates in arts marketing, as well as a genuine interest in reaching out beyond existing arts audiences. 
Base: Situations office at Spike Island, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol, BS1 6UX
How to apply
Applications should consist of a covering letter explaining why you are interested in the role and a CV (in the same document maximum four A4 pages). Please send your application by email, marked COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER in the Subject Header.
If you would like to discuss the role, please ring Maria Carter, Company Manager, at Situations on 0117 930 4282.