Area: London
Deadline: 10am, Monday 24 July 2017

EEA is looking for a Building Supervisor to have responsibility for the maintenance of the EEA Rothbury Hall internal and external workshop spaces and the EEA store at Deptford, as well as the tools and machinery used at EEA. This includes sewing machines; 3D printers; laser cutter; woodwork and metal working tools.

This is an exciting time for EEA’s development. Following a successful application to Arts Council England’s Small Capital fund, it has new equipment, and it is attracting more artists to its making & workshop space in Greenwich, south east London. EEA need someone to keep the beautiful building, and equipment in it, safe and functioning. This might be undertaking the tasks in person, or re-allocating budget spend to cover fees for another named worker/ contractor.

Knowledge & Experience

  • At least 1 year work experience in a similar position.
  • Experience of working within a creative, cultural, educational or making environment.
  • Knowledge, and willingness to keep up to date of relevant Health & Safety legislation and practical experience of applying it.
  • Knowledge of Equal Opportunities

Terms and Conditions

Pay and conditions: This is a part-time 0.4 post. We envisage it as a Flexible Hours post, paid at £22k-£25k pro rata depending on experience. Approximately 14 hours per week. Ideally this would be worked over at least 3 days, but EEA prides itself on its flexibility.

The post holder must be prepared to work occasional weekends and evenings as required.

20 days annual leave (pro rata) - increasing by one day every full year of employment up to a maximum of 25 days (pro rata).

This post will be subject to an initial review after three months with a six-month probationary period, which may be extended, as per the terms of the contract if necessary.

Interviews will be on Thursday 27 July 2017.

To apply please see the Emergency Exit Arts website. For an informal conversation about the post please e-mail and EEA will arrange a time for someone to call you.