Jobs

Would you like to work in our vibrant creation centre?

 

Any vacancies at The Edge will be listed below. If you’d like to be kept up to date with new positions please sign up to our e-bulletin at the bottom of the page. We also offer a limited number of voluntary work experience opportunities.

Casual Technician

Wage: £11.81 p/h

We accept applications throughout the year, if you have not heard back within one month, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Casual Technician. Please read the below information carefully before applying.

Job purpose:

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our technical team responsible for setting up lighting, sound, set and AV elements that will benefit events. Casual Technicians will assume the role of Duty Technician for small-scale performances and film screenings, operating technical equipment and liaising with performers, organisers and other members of The Edge team.

Working hours will vary and Casual Technicians may be offered work on any day of the week (including weekends and evenings). The services provided to The Edge are on a casual basis for an hourly rate.

For further information, please see the job description. Once you have completed the application form and equality and diversity monitoring form please send to Claire Worrall (cw887@bath.ac.uk).

Casual Invigilator

Wage: £9 p/h  (£10.09 p/h including holiday pay)

We accept applications throughout the year, if you have not heard back within one month, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Casual Invigilator. Please read the below information carefully before applying.

Job purpose:

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our friendly invigilation team responsible for offering an informative and welcoming experience for visitors to the exhibitions.

Working hours will vary and Casual Invigilators may be offered work on any day of the week (including weekends and evenings). The services provided to The Edge are on a casual basis for an hourly rate.

For further information, please see the job description. Once you have completed the application form and equality and diversity monitoring form, please send to Aloys Feeney (acef20@bath.ac.uk).

Casual Duty Manager

Wage: £11.81 p/h

Deadline: 7 October

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Casual Duty Manager. Please read the below information carefully before applying.

Job purpose:

Casual Duty Managers work alongside Arts and Catering staff to deliver an excellent experience for clients, delegates and members of the public at events, conferences and performances.

The role exists to manage the Front of House team and liaise with event organisers to ensure the smooth running of events and a responsive, dynamic and vibrant visitor experience.

For further information, please see the job description. Once you have completed the application form and equality and diversity monitoring form please send to Aloys Feeney (acef20@bath.ac.uk).

Casual Events Assistant

Wage: £10.33 p/h

Deadline: 7 October

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Casual Events Assistant. Please read the below information carefully before applying.

Job purpose:

The Casual Events Assistants work alongside Arts and Catering staff to deliver an excellent experience for clients, delegates and members of the public at events, conferences and performances.

The role exists to supervise and support the Front of House team and liaise with event organisers to ensure the smooth running of events and responsive, dynamic and vibrant visitor experience.

For further information, please see the job description. Once you have completed the application form and equality and diversity monitoring form please send to Aloys Feeney (acef20@bath.ac.uk).

Edge Arts Community Opportunities (Student Only)

Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of our EAC Student Staff Team. Please read the below information carefully before applying.

The Edge Arts Community (EAC) is a thriving, creative network run by and for University of Bath students. It is free to join and open to all undergraduate and postgraduate students studying at Bath. The EAC aims to inspire creativity across campus and encourage more students to get involved in arts activities.

The EAC is led by 2 Supervisors, a Marketing Coordinator, 3 Event Coordinators and a Postgraduate Coordinator who are employed on a casual basis alongside a voluntary Steering Group who make important decisions about the future direction of the EAC.

The Steering Group meets once a semester and is open to all EAC members.

 

Job Roles

EAC Supervisors

The purpose of this role is to guide the coordinators and co-chair the Steering Group acting as leaders to ensure meaningful outcomes for EAC members and students arts in general. They gain valuable professional development experience working closely with the University’s arts team. They also make decisions about the EAC events programme allowing them to pursue their own creative interests.

Maximum 10 hours per week at £9.17p/h & Holiday Pay = £10.28

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EAC Events Coordinators

The EAC Event Coordinators work closely with EAC colleagues and the Steering Group to plan and deliver all EAC events including; Freshers’ Week, Open Days, workshops and socials. They gain valuable professional development experience working closely with the University’s arts team.

Maximum 10 hours per week at £9.00p/h & Holiday Pay = £10.09

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EAC Marketing Coordinator

The EAC Marketing Coordinator is responsible for the promotion of all EAC events as well as the development and implementation of the EAC communications strategy (alongside the Office for the Arts marketing team). They work closely with EAC colleagues to promote the EAC brand and engage more students in EAC activities. They also input into the EAC events programme allowing them to pursue their own creative interests.

Maximum 10 hours per week at £9.00p/h & Holiday Pay = £10.09

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EAC Postgraduate Coordinator

The EAC Postgraduate Coordinator works closely with EAC colleagues and the Steering Group to plan and deliver EAC events with a focus on Postgraduate students including; Freshers’ Week, Open Days, workshops and socials. They act as a representative of the University’s Postgraduate community and help to ensure The Edge is effectively serving Postgraduate students.

Maximum 10 hours per week at £9.00p/h & Holiday Pay = £10.09

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These roles are open to all Undergraduate and Postgraduate students from University of Bath.

Deadline: Friday 11th October 2019, 5pm

Interview: Friday 18th October 2019

For more information about the role, please see the below job description or contact Alex Homewood amh84@bath.ac.uk.

Please note: All applications should be submitted through University of Bath’s online application form, unless stated otherwise. If you are unable to apply online please email jobs@bath.ac.uk or call the ad-line on 01225 386924.