For nearly 150 years we have been fulfilling our vision of inspiring artists and audiences worldwide with the magic of the iconic Royal Albert Hall. Hosting 390 events a year in the main auditorium and more than 800 in other smaller spaces, the Royal Albert Hall stands true to its original purpose of promoting the Arts and Sciences. As a charity, the Hall is dedicated to maintaining the Grade I listed building and giving access to all.  
 
The Royal Albert Hall’s vision and values
Our vision is to inspire artists and audiences worldwide with the magic of the iconic Royal Albert Hall, creating life-enriching, unforgettable experiences for everyone. The Royal Albert Hall is more than just a building. Together we are…
 
One team. Passionate. Open to all.
 
The role
 
We have an exciting opportunity for a Crew Logistics Coordinator to join the Production and Technical department at the Hall. This is a new role and the successful applicant will be responsible for the effective resourcing and allocation of over 80 casual and 40 freelance employees on a wide variety of tasks including building wide turnarounds, stage setups, load-ins and load outs, rigging lighting and audio tasks, projects and installations. The Production and Technical department deliver 400 annual events in the Main Auditorium and in excess of 600 Beyond the Main Stage events therefore this role will be fast paced and integral to the Hall. The Crew Resources Coordinator will also act as the Duty Technical Supervisor for specific events.
 
The person 
 
Combining a high standard of technical knowledge and practical experience of all technical areas associates with a venue, you will have experience in booking and organising teams associated with manual tasks, as well as an ability to lead group-training sessions. You will have the ability to prioritise your workload effectively and have excellent organisation skills. You will have high computer literacy and experience of interrogating and presenting data in a way that our managers will want to read it. Holding previous experience of PARiM would be useful, but more importantly we are looking for someone, who is able to adapt and pick new tasks up quickly, and a team player with excellent interpersonal skills and capable of taking sole responsibility for an event.
 
If you are interested in this role, please view the full job description and apply by visiting https://jobs.royalalberthall.com/vacancies/vacancy-details.aspx?VacancyID=407.
 
The closing date for all applications is midday on Monday 18 March 2019. 
 
No agencies please.
 
The Royal Albert Hall is a registered charity (no. 254543) and strives to be an equal opportunities employer.
 

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