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Nightclub AV and Tech Coordinator
 
Title: Nightclub AV and Tech Coordinator
Category: Other
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
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Description:
£20,836 - £22,017 per annum depending on experience in return for a 35 hour working week.

Working for a Students' Union means that you don't have to work Christmas or New Year as this is our quietest time.

Reporting to the Nightclub General Manager you will be responsible for the Sound, Light and audio equipment in our Venues, ensuring the smooth running of our events. With a 1200 capacity nightclub, 3 bars and various ad hoc projects under your remit no two days will be the same.

Maintaining all sound, light and audio visual provisions within Students’ Union Venues, including inventory and maintenance scheduling Set up, operation and pack down of all sound, light and audio visual provisions in Students’ Union Venues and the Summer Ball Providing sound, light, décor and audio visual solutions for Union events and activities in collaboration with other departments Identifying any installation projects and working under the direction of the Premises, Health and Safety Manager to deliver All aspects of Line Management for Student Technical Crew, including recruitment, training and appraisals. Supporting the Premises, Health and Safety Manager to ensure legal expectations in areas of responsibility are met i.e. fire checks, equipment checks, risk assessments, PAT testing Attend any relevant health and safety meetings as directed Deliver a high standard of quality services and customer services to all users of the venues Ensure operational procedures and issues are recorded and communicated regularly through appropriate methods Occasional supervision of Venues to cover holidays The role will require regular evening and weekend working Any other duties, as may be reasonably required, from time to time Requirements

Excellent organisational and administrative skills, including processes and systems management

Demonstrable evidence of previous relevant experience working in a related field

Able to evidence delivery of an excellent customer service to a wide range of stakeholders

Ability to display tact and diplomacy

Ability to work proactively to meet organisational targets

Excellent communication skills both written and verbal

Excellent interpersonal skills

Working knowledge of MS Office

Ability to build effective working relationships with a wide range of stakeholders

Knowledge of risk assessments, health and safety and child protections considerations in relation to relevant activities

A sound, lighting and audio visual industry recognised qualification

Experience of stage and scenery construction

Ability to use power tools, or willingness to undertake qualification

Ability to carry out effective risk assessments and method statements for event and general sound and lighting work

IOSH certificate, or willingness to undertake

Excellent analytical and organisational skills

Ability to supervise, train and motivate a Student Crew Team

Hold, or willing to undertake Personal Licence

Ability to carry out basic hardware and software repairs to I.T.

Benefits

You’ll get to be part of a vibrant and exciting organisation that thinks the place you work should be amazing.

You’ll be joining an unconventional family where everyone is passionate about doing the best for our members and achieving our ambitious vision of becoming the world’s most student-centred organisation.

We believe in creating a workplace where you can be the very best, and if you‘re the sort of person who wants to get stuck in to everything they do, then you’re really going to shine here.

You’ll get a competitive salary in return for a 35 hour working week and generous opportunities to take time off.

We’re a very social organisation, running everything from staff netball and 5-aside football teams to a book club and regular evenings out - getting your work life balance right is really important to us.

With an employer contribution of 18% to our pension scheme we’ll invest in your future as well as your present; we have a childcare vouchers scheme; a generous sick pay entitlement and comprehensive range of family friendly policies. You’ll even have the opportunity to take advantage of local and national student discounts!

If all this sounds like the sort of the place you want to be a part of then we’re really excited to hear from you.

You find loads more information about who we are and what we do on our website so have a good look, or feel free to give us a call for an informal chat with Jenny Anslow on before you apply.
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