The General Manager will be responsible for the smooth and efficient day-to-day running of FESTIVAL.ORG, working as part of the Senior Management Team to oversee the company’s business planning, fundraising, reporting and governance.
We are seeking an individual who can combine a passion for the work that we do with an eye for new opportunities, alongside sound administrative, financial and interpersonal skills.
Read the full job description and information on how to apply in the recruitment pack.
Apply by: Thu 7 Dec, 5PM
Remuneration: £40,000 per annum depending on experience
Location: FESTIVAL.ORG offices, Greenwich, London
Responsible to: Artistic Director/CEO
Responsible for: Accountant, Administrative and International Producer, Global Streets Producer
Contract: Full time. Permanent
Fee: £40,000 per annum depending on experience
Holiday: 28 days per annum including public holidays
To apply please send us
1: A completed Application Form
2: A completed equal opportunities form
Which can be downloaded below. If you would like to apply in another format or to schedule and informal conversation about the role before you apply please contact Ellie Harris, Executive Producer firstname.lastname@example.org
Download: General Manager Recruitment Pack→
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Download: General Manager Application Form→
Download: Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form→
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