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Dublin Theatre Festival is seeking applications for seasonal positions. See below for full job descriptions.

Purpose and Scope of the Post

Dublin Theatre Festival is seeking an Office Assistant to actively coordinate the daily running of the festival reception and front office during the festival period. Responsibilities include reception duties, management of office spaces, administration of the festival’s communication systems, and administrative support. The Office Assistant supports and coordinates office and facilities management including ensuring all stationery and building supplies are monitored and replenished efficiently. The Office Assistant will work with the Box Office Manager on sales support to the team. The Office Assistant reports to the Festival Administrator and ultimately to the General Manager of Dublin Theatre Festival.

Type of Contract
Seasonal and temporary 15 weeks, (4 July – 18 October 2022)
Usual office hours 10am – 6pm, Monday – Friday. 48 hours in a 6 day week during the 3 week festival period, 29 September – 16 October 2022.

Probation

A probation period of three weeks will apply from the start of the contract.

Holidays

Statutory holiday entitlements apply. Requests for leave will be considered, taking into account the busy nature of the festival period. Leave must be scheduled and approved by your line manager prior to commencing your contract (max 3 days during the contract). Unused holiday entitlement will be paid at the end of the contract in accordance with current employment legislation.

Remuneration

The salary for this post is €22,000 per annum pro rata

Application Process

Applicants are invited to submit:
• A detailed Curriculum Vitae outlining all relevant experience.
• A letter of application indicating why you are interested in the role.
• Contact details for two professional referees.


Submissions

Applications will be accepted by email only and should be submitted to recruitment@dublintheatrefestival.ie.

Closing Date

The closing date for receipt of all applications is 12pm on Monday 6th of June.

Interviews

Interviews will be on Monday 13th of June. Applicants selected for an interview will be expected to make themselves available on this date.

Purpose and Scope of the Post

Dublin Theatre Festival is seeking a Box Office Assistant Manager to actively participate in managing relationships with its current partners and customers and to assist the Audience Development & Sales Manager in implementing sales initiatives and audience development strategies.

The position is responsible for the smooth and effective running of the box office, the ticketing system and financial matters within the box office; and to provide training, encouragement and guidance to the box office team. The position reports to the Audience Development and Sales Manager.

Type of Contract
Seasonal and temporary (16 weeks, Monday 4 July – Sunday 23 October 2021).

Remuneration

€27,040 per annum pro rata / €13 per hour, calculated weekly and paid monthly.

Probation

A probation period of six weeks will apply from the start of the contract.

Hours of Work

The post is full-time usually working 40 hours per week 10am – 6pm Monday – Friday and up to 48 hours during the festival period, including evening and weekend work around key dates such as launch and during the Festival.

Holidays
Statutory holiday entitlements apply. Requests for leave will be considered, taking into account the busy nature of the festival period. Leave must be scheduled and approved by your line manager prior to commencing your contract (max 3 days during the contract). Unused holiday entitlement will be paid at the end of the contract in accordance with current employment legislation.

Application Process

Applicants are invited to submit:
• A detailed Curriculum Vitae outlining relevant experience.
• A letter of application indicating why you are interested in the role.
• Contact details for two professional referees.

Submissions

Applications will be accepted by email and should be submitted to recruitment@dublintheatrefestival.ie.

Closing Date

The closing date for receipt of applications is 12pm on Monday 9 June 2022.

Interviews

Interviews will be on Monday 13 June 2022. Applicants selected for an interview will be expected to make themselves available on this date.

Purpose and Scope of the Post

Dublin Theatre Festival is seeking two Box Office Administrators to contribute to the smooth and effective running of the Box Office, with special attention to the ticketing system.

This position reports to the Audience Development and Sales Manager and assists box office management in all tasks required for providing the highest quality sales experience to stakeholders while maximising all sales opportunities, ensuring targets are reached and that high standards of customer care are maintained.

Type of Contract
Seasonal and temporary 14 weeks, 18th July – 24th October.

Probation

A probation period of three weeks will apply from the start of the contract.

Holidays
Statutory holiday entitlements apply. Requests for leave will be considered, taking into account the busy nature of the festival period. Leave must be scheduled and approved by your line manager prior to commencing your contract (max 3 days during the contract). Unused holiday entitlement will be paid at the end of the contract in accordance with current employment legislation.
Remuneration
€24,960 Pro rata / €12 per hour, calculated weekly and paid monthly.

Application Process

Applicants are invited to submit:
• A detailed Curriculum Vitae outlining all relevant experience.
• A letter of application indicating why you are interested in the role.
• Contact details for two professional referees.

Submissions

Applications will be accepted by email only and should be submitted to recruitment@dublintheatrefestival.com.

Closing Date

The closing date for receipt of all applications is 12pm on Tuesday 21st of June.

Interviews

Interviews will be on Tuesday 28th of June. Applicants selected for an interview will be expected to make themselves available on this date.

Purpose and Scope of the Post

Dublin Theatre Festival are seeking two Box Office Specialist to manage and process all requests and tickets, including tickets for our specialised groups: the Friends of the Festival, domestic and international group bookers. This position reports to the Audience Development and Sales Manager.

Type of Contract
Seasonal and temporary, 12.5 weeks (21 July – 16 October 2022).

Probation

A probation period of three weeks will apply from the start of the contract.

Hours of Work

The post is full-time usually working 40 hours per week 10am – 6pm Monday – Friday and up to 48 hours during the festival period, including evening and weekend work around key dates such as launch and during the Festival.

Holidays

Statutory holiday entitlements apply. Requests for leave will be considered, taking into account the busy nature of the festival period. Leave must be scheduled and approved by your line manager prior to commencing your contract (max 3 days during the contract). Unused holiday entitlement will be paid at the end of the contract in accordance with current employment legislation.

Remuneration

€22,880 pro rata / €11 per hour, calculated weekly and paid monthly.

Application Process

Applicants are invited to submit:
• A detailed Curriculum Vitae outlining all relevant experience.
• A letter of application indicating why you are interested in the role.
• Contact details for two professional referees.

Submissions

Applications will be accepted by email only and should be submitted to recruitment@dublintheatrefestival.ie.

Closing Date
The closing date for receipt of all applications is 12pm on Tuesday 21th of June.

Interviews

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 28th of June. Applicants selected for an interview will be expected to make themselves available on this date.