Job opportunity: Technician at Platform

24 August 2021

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Platform are currently looking for a technician on a fixed-term contract for nine months.

Platform offers a vibrant multi-art performance, visual art and music programme, and an active community engagement and outreach programme across Easterhouse and beyond.

Operated by Glasgow East Arts Company (GEAC), Platform is a strategic partner at The Bridge which launched in 2006 as an aspirational facility for arts, leisure and learning comprising Glasgow Kelvin College, Glasgow Life’s swimming pool and library. GEAC Trading operates the Café Bar at The Bridge.

The Technician is a fundamental role within Platform, at the heart of operations. For a nine-month period running from September 2021 until June 2022, the successful applicant will form part of the core staff team, working closely with the Technical Production Lead and liaising across the team to ensure all activity is carried out safely and in accordance with current Health & Safety legislation whilst providing the highest level of customer service.

Full job description is available here and an application form here

Deadline for applications is Thursday 26th August 2021 (midday) with interviews taking place on Thursday 2nd September 2021.

Please return your application as a digital file to:

technical@platform-online.co.uk

or post as a hard copy to:

Arts Manager
Glasgow East Arts Company
Platform
The Bridge
1000 Westerhouse Road
G34 9JW

The recruitment panel hope to be able to provide face to face interviews if guidelines permit. Social distancing and all necessary precautions will be in place.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss the role further please contact Platform’s Arts Manager Matt Addicott via email: info@platform-online.co.uk

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