GUEST SERVICES ASSISTANT (CATERING)
£7.80 per hour - 20 hours a week
Do you have past catering experience and are looking for an opportunity to contribute to a world food menu? Are you looking to take your skills to a fast paced, exciting environment? We have a vacancy for a Guest Services Assistant to work in our café/lounge and to provide support to our bookings team in the provision of catering. In addition to kitchen duties, the successful applicant will also meet, greet and serve our guests, and must therefore have excellent customer skills. You should also be able to demonstrate a knowledge of health and hygiene requirements preferably qualified to Level 2 Food Hygiene standards, although this training will be provided to suitably experienced candidates who do not possess the qualification. Due to the nature of the post you must be available to work over a seven day week which will include unsocial hours, daytimes, evenings, weekends and public holidays as required.
For questions regarding the vacancy, please contact Anita Kumari, General Manager, NAE Enterprises via email email@example.com, or submit your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date for receipt of completed applications is 5pm Friday 29th September 2017
RCF PROGRAMME COORDINATOR
Grade NAE G: £20,000 per annum: Full Time
New Art Exchange (NAE) is a ground breaking, award winning and internationally recognised creative space in the heart of inner city Nottingham. The organisation is dedicated to promoting excellence in contemporary culturally diverse arts through exhibitions, events and education initiatives.
Together with local partners, NAE is delivering a pioneering programme of support to creative entrepreneurs and businesses in Nottingham called 'Real Creative Futures'. The programme provides business support to creative entrepreneurs in Nottingham. It also supports the creation and growth of the creative industries in the City – a significant growth sector for Nottingham and one that can create quality local jobs.
We are seeking to appoint a part time Programme Coordinator to support the Project Manager – Real Creative Futures to deliver this exciting programme. The post holder must have previous experience in working with ERDF-funded projects and the rigorous requirements of fulfilling the necessary documentation, experience of creating and maintaining a shared CRM, experience in organising meetings, workshops and events and some knowledge and understanding of the needs of creative and digital businesses and nuances of the creative sector.
You will be a highly motivated, passionate individual, with a creative and entrepreneurial approach to your work alongside strong and robust working methods.
For questions regarding the vacancy, please contact David Mather, Project Manager via email at email@example.com or alternatively contact Anita Kumari on 0115 924 8630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for receipt of completed applications is midday on 29th September 2017.
Interviews will take place on Friday 6th October 2017.
Creative & Digital Industry Specialists
The role of the Creative & Digital Industry Specialists will be to provide specialist professional mentoring to individuals in the creative sector participating in the Real Creative Futures programme. So if you would like to make a difference by supporting businesses in one of the creative areas listed below, and are willing to form a creative pool of specialists for NAE to draw upon to assist in the delivery of the Real Creative Futures project, download the Call Out with instructions on how to apply here.
The areas of specialism NAE is seeking support with, include:
• software, games and digital publishing
• advertising and marketing
• product, graphic and fashion design
• photography, film & video
• broadcasting, TV & radio
• visual arts
• performing arts
Supported by the 2014 - 2020 European Regional Development Fund