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Audience Engagement and Administration Assistant

Shannon Te Ao, With the sun aglow, I have my pensive moods, 2017

Shannon Te Ao, With the sun aglow, I have my pensive moods, 2017 (still) | two channel video, colour and sound | cinematography by Iain Frengley
commissioned by Edinburgh Art Festival and Te Tuhi, Aotearoa New Zealand | courtesy of Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington

Te Tuhi is seeking a passionate and engaged individual to fill the role of Audience Engagement & Administration Assistant from May 2019.

The part-time position shares front of house responsibilities with another staff member across 7 days per week. The posts work closely together, along with the Executive Director, Artistic Director, Centre Administrator and the evening Duty Supervisors, to provide excellent professional reception and audience engagement services for Te Tuhi. The role’s primary purpose is to communicate the exhibition programme in an accessible way to all visitors, in person and through social media. Reception and building services for classes and venue hirers also form a substantial part of the workload. 

This role helps Te Tuhi to meet its aims in increasing audience engagement, to develop new audiences for the contemporary art programme, to increase the diversity of its audiences and to build the reputation of Te Tuhi as a contemporary art gallery.


To Apply

Please email a CV and cover letter to email hidden; JavaScript is required by 9am, Wednesday 27 March 2019. Please state how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the person specification and how this part time role fits in with your current commitments and future plans. If you would like to discuss the role prior to making an application, please contact Hiraani Himona on email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Interviews will be held on Monday 8 April, and the role will start in May 2019.

 

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Audience Engagement & Administration Assistant - Job Description

 

Duty Supervisor

Jeremy Leatinu\'u, Earthpushers, 2017 (video still), cinematography by Ian Powell, commissioned by Te Tuhi

Jeremy Leatinu'u, Earthpushers, 2017 (video still) | cinematography by Ian Powell | commissioned by Te Tuhi

Te Tuhi is looking for Duty Supervisors who can provide excellent customer service and facility supervision at Te Tuhi during evenings on a casual basis.

Shifts are 5pm up until 12am, weekdays and weekends. Occasional daytime cover for Front of House staff may also be required.

The ideal candidates will have knowledge of contemporary art and previous experience working in a busy public venue. A commitment to learning about and promoting Te Tuhi’s programmes and services is essential.


To Apply

Please email a CV and cover letter outlining how your skills and experience are suited to this role to email hidden; JavaScript is required by 9am, Wednesday 27 March 2019. Please state your availability for shifts, and how this casual role will fit in with your current commitments. If you would like to discuss the role prior to making an application, please contact Hiraani Himona on email hidden; JavaScript is required.

 

Barista and Kitchen Steward

Small Fry at Te Tuhi, 2018 | courtesy of Small Fry and Miss Changy

Small Fry at Te Tuhi, 2018 | courtesy of Small Fry and Miss Changy

Te Tuhi is looking for experienced, reliable and proactive staff to work at Te Tuhi Café on a casual, as-needed basis.

Hours of operation are Monday to Saturday, 9am – 3pm. The ideal candidates will have experience working in a busy café environment, experience in a sole charge position, and demonstrate a sound understanding of food hygiene practices.

Responsibilities include basic food preparation and baking, making excellent coffee, cash handling, kitchen and stock management, and general café and kitchen duties.

You will be working within a busy and diverse centre which operates as an art gallery, community centre and venue hire. A high standard of personal presentation, ability to perform under pressure, strong communication skills and excellent customer service skills are essential to the role.


To Apply

Please email a CV and letter outlining how your skills and experience are suited to this role to email hidden; JavaScript is required by 9am, Wednesday 27 March 2019. Please state your availability and how this casual role will fit in with your current commitments. If you would like to discuss the role prior to making an application, please contact Hiraani Himona on email hidden; JavaScript is required.