Operations Manager

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Closing date:
27th January 2023 at 5.00pm

Status: Full time permanent contract

Salary: £32,000 per annum

Interview dates: Interviews will be held in the week commencing 6th February 2023

We are a theatre without walls and have imagination without limits.

We are seeking an Operation Manager. This role will support all aspects of day-to-day health and safety compliance across a busy working site, working with the H&S Policy Group and the Safe and Well Team. Supervising the efficient running of the building to promote sustainability. The Operations Manager will be the daily contact point for all aspects of the Company’s ICT infrastructure, contingency plans, and standards.

As a member of the Building Services and Administrative Team the Operation Manager will play a key role in the organisation, day to day building management, contributing to maintaining the health and safety compliances, and participating in the overall direction of the building and administration team. This is a fantastic opportunity to play a key role in the company’s future and contribute to the cultural life of Scotland. We are looking for candidates with excellent and relevant experience, who are innovative, strategic, collaborative, and flexible.

This position is based in National Theatre of Scotland’s office at 125 Craighall Road, Glasgow.

For more information on the role please download the full job description below.

How to Apply

Application deadline: 27th January - 5pm.

Application format: please send an email, audio, or virtual CV and Cover letter including where you first saw this ad to recruitment@nationaltheatrescotland.com

Interviews will be held in the week commencing 6th February 2023

At National Theatre of Scotland, we aim to provide an anti-oppressive environment for people from all backgrounds and do not discriminate based on race, nationality, ethnic background, citizen status, hair texture, hairstyle, sex, sexual orientation, gender(s), gender expression, age, religion, language, deaf, disability, neurodiversity, chronic conditions, mental health, socio-economic status, skin tone, educational background, pregnancy or maternity/paternity, marriage or civil partnership, class, immigration status, nor cultural markings and/or tattoos due to religious rituals from pre-colonial cultural practices. As language, terms, and expressions inevitably evolve the National Theatre of Scotland is committed to reviewing this statement of language in collaboration with our respective communities.