This Is Not Art Festival wants 2 x Festival Club Bar Manager & Licensee.
This Is Not Art is looking for committed people to fill key organisational roles for 2010. It's an amazing opportunity for you to get involved in a vibrant, independent national festival, meet amazing people and develop your skills.
So, if you're a keen local who wants to roll up their sleeves and get involved in the country's most exciting cross-practice arts festival we want you to join our team. Getting involved at this stage means you can contribute to planning, promoting and developing the festival – a perfect opportunity to get hands-on experience, test yourself, or share your talents.
Festival Club Bar Manager – Plan, manage and operate a licensed bar for the Festival Club Central to festival vibrancy and financial viability, this is a key role and amazing opportunity for you to take the next step in your hospitality career. (A $ stipend for this role.)
Key tasks include:
- Operate the Festival Club as a safe and fun hub for the festival
- Obtain a temporary liquor license to operate the Festival Club Bar – Liaising with Newcastle Police, the Licensing Court & Newcastle City Council
- Run a licensed bar adhering to relevant legal requirements
- Plan and manage all bar operations including stock purchasing, site management, security guard rostering and hire, staff requirements & rosters, cash handling systems
- Manage volunteer staff to support the function of the Festival Club
- Manage Festival Club budget
- Debrief and reporting on Festival Club activity
Reports to and receives support from the Festival Co-ordinator.
Liaise with Festival Directors, Event Co-ordinators, Production Manager, & other production staff.
The Festival Club is the festival headquarters – an information hub, meeting place, an events venue, and a place of entertainment and celebration. A temporary licensed bar plays host to festival goers. The position requires a licensee with expertise and experience in the planning, management and delivery of a licensed venue, an understanding of the festival’s unique character and its audience, and an ability to work alongside TINA-org, the planning body of the festival.
Position requires up to 4-6 hrs per week in the lead up to the festival, is full time during the festival, approx 4 hours per week in the month after the festival for wrap-up, debrief and reporting.
For more info, call Simone Sheridan 0410 115 736 or the office (02) 4927 0675.
EMAIL EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST TO firstname.lastname@example.org
APPLICATIONS CLOSE 16th AUGUST 2010 by 5pm