Location: Leeds


Rate of pay: £9.01 per hour


Hours: Primarily evenings and weekends. Flexible dependent on the requirements of the period.

Front of House Team Members are expected to support external and internal events.


Contract: Casual Worker (zero hours)


We welcome applicants aged 18+


Do you enjoy working as part of a small team, solving problems and providing an excellent customer experience? Would you like to strengthen your skills in event management, facilities support and hospitality?


If yes, then we would love you to become part of Yorkshire Dance's team of professional Front of House staff that make our busy, cultural venue a fun place to meet and work. Based at  our venue in Leeds city centre, you will have some experience in providing excellent customer service and you need to be able to commit to regular evening and/or weekend working hours. Full training in our reception, box office and facilities procedures will be given.


We ideally need staff to be able to work 1-2 shifts per week (approx. 5 to 8 hours per week)


A job description and person specification for the role can be downloaded at yorkshiredance.com/vacancies/


Applicants for our Front of House role will also be considered for the Events Assistant role. You do not need to apply separately.


Yorkshire Dance is based in central Leeds, in the heart of Quarry Hill's blossoming cultural quarter, where it manages a thriving building with three fully-equipped dance studios, meeting rooms, office space and a range of creative tenants.


To apply, please complete the online application form on our website: yorkshiredance.com/vacancies/


The deadline for applications is Friday 24 January 2020 at 10am.

Interviews will take place in Leeds week commencing 3 February 2020.


Yorkshire Dance has a long-standing commitment to diversity in its programming, staffing and community engagement. We actively seek applications from the widest range of applicants.


Yorkshire Dance is supported using public funding by Arts Council England and Leeds City Council. Registered Charity: 701624

Posted in Jobs on Dec 16, 2019

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