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Victoria Road, Richmond,
North Yorkshire, DL10 4DW

01748 825252


Would you like to join our staff team?

Would you like to join our staff team?

We are recruiting a new Heritage and Admin Manager to join our friendly team of staff. This is a unique opportunity for anyone interested in the arts, cultural and heritage sectors with proven administration and communication skills.

This is a full-time, permanent position and the postholder will provide administrative support to the Theatre’s Chief Executive Officer as well as manage and develop the Theatre’s heritage offer, including the supervision of volunteers working in this area. The appointed person will also manage and develop weddings provision at the venue, provide administration to support the day-to-day activities of the Theatre and assist with social media output.

Based in the historic market town of Richmond, North Yorkshire, The Georgian Theatre Royal occupies a special place in theatrical history. Built in 1788, it is Britain’s oldest working theatre in its original form. As well as offering a wide and varied programme of live and professional performances, it is also one of the area’s top visitor attractions. Each year, thousands of visitors explore the Theatre’s fascinating history by taking guided tours offered through the award-winning Georgian Theatre Experience.

A full job description, person specification and application form can be downloaded below.

The hours are 37.5 hours per week and some evening and weekend work will be required. The salary is £25,000 with 25 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays and other Public Holidays.

The deadline for applications is Thursday 15 February at 5pm with interviews scheduled for Thursday 22 February.

For further information, or to make an informal enquiry, please contact Jo Mawhinney, Chief Executive Officer, on 01748 823710.

Application Form

Job description for Heritage & Admin Manager

person specification Heritage and Admin Manager





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