We're looking for two exceptional people to join our growing team & support the delivery of our spectacular outdoor events & participatory projects. Could that be you?
Marketing and Events Assistant:
The Marketing and Events Assistant will be responsible for developing and delivering an engaging and exciting social media platform and general marketing, to boost attendance across all our events both digitally and physically. You will assist with organisation and delivery of EEA’s ambitious programme of events and in the general running of the organisation. You will have a commitment to delivering outstanding customer service to both internal and external clients and have a positive, organised and calm attitude and an ability to work flexibly on your own initiative.
Technical Production Assistant:
EEA is looking for a creative and highly organised individual with proven experience in a similar role. The Technical Production Assistant will work closely with the Senior Production Manager and team of Creative Producers to ensure the smooth running of EEA’s spectacular outdoor events and ensure they are delivered in a professional manner to a high standard. The role would include a period of training with the Senior Production Manager on the workings of some of EEA’s unique creations, use of pyrotechnics, fireworks and fire and the writing of schedules and risk assessments.
Emergency Exit Arts is committed to equal opportunities and values diversity in our workforce. We’re committed to making reasonable adjustments in the recruitment process. There is space to tell us about any access requirements on the Equality and Diversity monitoring form and we will always do our best to make reasonable adjustments. If you need any of the application documents in a different format or need support with your application, please get in touch with us on [email protected] or 020 8853 4809.
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