St Paul's Church, Closing date: On Request

St. Paul’s Church is ideally situated in the popular Jewellery Quarter as a venue for the arts that attracts people from the local community, and across Birmingham, to enjoy music and other art forms in a beautiful venue. We have a good relationship with a number of local organisations, including having hosted an art exhibition about the Holocaust curated by pupils from the Core Schools Trust, as well links with the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, local choirs and other Birmingham based music.

Role Description
• To open, close, and be present for events at St Paul’s Church. Opening is usually in the afternoon or early evening, and closing usually no later than 10.30 pm, apart from the occasional exception when it can be later.
• To open the fire exits, toilets, and any other rooms for the event.
• To check that the hirers are aware of the fire exits, and what spaces are open and can be used.
• To hand over and receive back any keys given to the hirers for the event.
• Punctuality and reliability.
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively.
• Strength of character
• Being smart and presentable.
• Good interpersonal skills.
• Flexibility to cope with changing demands, manage priorities, using personal initiative and operating with limited supervision.

Desirable
• Previous experience in the Events world.
• Sympathetic to the aims of the Church of England, and understanding of its ethos and values.

Rate of pay: £12 per hour
Days: Events are usually held on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday.
Working hours: On a casual basis: hours will be as and when required and may involve, weekend and evening work.
Holiday: 5.6 weeks pro-rata, allocated based on hours worked.
Induction process for the successful candidate.
Enquiries to Kathryn Whitmarsh on [email protected], and application forms from Nola Campbell at [email protected]