AUDIO VISUAL TECHNICIAN (LIGHTING)
Salary £26,765 – £27,032 (Subject to experience)
Hours: 45.5 on annualised hours contract
The QEII Centre is seeking to appoint a permanent Audio Visual Technician with their primary discipline in Lighting on an annualised hours contract.
The successful applicant will join QEII Live, the Centre’s in-house Production Team responsible for all the Centre’s technical requirements on seminars, conferences, conventions, press conferences and exhibitions; primarily within the Centre and at other venues as required.
The successful applicant will have Audio Visual/Technical experience in live events. Applications will also be considered from candidates with Audio Visual/Technical qualifications.
The applicants must have experience in the following: Rigging & operating: Presentation software such as PowerPoint, Switchers, Projection, Sound, and Lighting. Ideally applicants should have experience of rigging stage sets. Applicants must be computer literate and electrical knowledge is also desirable.
We are looking for natural team players with strong interpersonal skills together with the ability to integrate well into a team and who are committed to providing excellent customer service. The ability to cope with pressure of deadlines and workloads demands. Flexibility and adaptability are also essential.
For the complete job description and person specification, please download the document attached to this page in the left-hand side bar.
To apply, please send your CV together with a covering letter to email@example.com
Your covering letter should set out how you meet the competencies for this role as set out in the job description.
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 23rd Jan 2019 at 23.59
Queen Elizabeth II Centre is an equal opportunities employer. Applications are welcomed from suitably qualified individuals irrespective of their race, ethnic or national origin, nationality, gender, gender identity, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, beliefs, marital status or preferred flexible working patterns. The Centre aims to ensure that applicants are treated solely on the basis of their merits, abilities and potential.
The QEII Centre’s recruitment processes are underpinned by the recruitment principles of the Civil Service Commissioner, which outline that selection for appointment be made on merit on the basis of fair and open competition http://civilservicecommission.independent.gov.uk/civil-service-recruitment/
If you feel at any time your application has not been treated in accordance with the values in the Civil Service Code and/or if you feel the recruitment has been conducted in such a way that conflicts with the Civil Service Commissioner’s Recruitment Principles, you may make a complaint, by contacting Claire Hartley firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance. If you are not satisfied with the response you receive you can contact the Civil Service Commissioners.