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This page displays our current Jobs & Opportunities. For information and to apply, please see below.

CAFÉ BAR ASSISTANT

HOURS: As advised by your supervisor, covering early and late as well as weekend shifts.

RATE OF PAY: £9.90

RESPONSIBLE TO: Supervisor and Café Bar Manager

LOCATION: Chapter Caffi Bar

DUTIES

Maintain a high level of customer service to all visitors, being welcoming and friendly. Be knowledgeable about each day’s menu, guest beers and wines. Operating the till taking orders, working accurately and efficiently.

Full job description below. To apply please fill the Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and send to apply@chapter.org.

 

Film Hub Wales Marketing and Outreach Officer

Department:
Film Hub Wales (FHW)
Post Title: 
Marketing and Outreach Officer
Salary: 
£26,353
Contract:
April 2023 - April 2026, subject to confirmation of annual funding
Hours:
40 hours per week (TOIL). Some evening and weekend work necessary
Location: 
Based in the office at Chapter in Cardiff. We offer a hybrid model which means that you can alsowork from home when possible
Responsible to: 
Strategic Manager, Film Hub Wales
Responsible for:
No direct reports. Occasional supervision of interns and temporary staff

Purpose of Role
To support the Hub and its members[1] to develop audiences for British independent and world cinema across Wales through marketing and outreach activity. This includes a specific ‘spotlight’ project in a select region of Wales (region TBC).

1 FHW works with members Wales wide. Members include but are not limited to film societies, community cinemas, film festivals, commercial independent cinemas, event/pop-up providers, archives, film education providers/institutions, broadcasters, film distributors, multiplexes and wider arts/non film organisations.

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 1st March, 9am

Full job description below. To apply please fill the Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and send to apply@chapter.org

 

Performance Programme Curator

Department: Programme

Salary: £28,959

Hours: 40 hours per week (TOIL). Some weekend and evening work will be necessary. We’re also happy to consider a part-time or job share position. Please indicate your preference on the application form.

Location: you’ll be expected to be based in the office at Chapter in Cardiff so that you can be present to support visiting artists and companies in person and to immerse yourself in the performing arts landscape in Cardiff. We offer a hybrid model which means that you can also work from home when possible.

Contract: Permanent (subject to a six-month probationary period)

Responsible to: Director of Programme / Interim Co-Director

Responsible for: No permanent direct reports but occasional work placement, volunteer and freelance contracts when required.

Full job description below. To apply please fill the Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and send to apply@chapter.org

 

Purpose of Role

We work with artists to create a compelling programme across all artforms. Artists and audiences are at the heart of everything we do, and we foreground ambitious, experimental and accessible projects.

Our programme champions high-quality contemporary work that’s adventurous, provocative and open to risk, and we advocate the work of Welsh and Wales-based practitioners, as well as presenting work by UK and international theatre makers.

The Performance Programme Curator will develop an ambitious programme of live events in our acclaimed arts centre. This includes two theatre spaces and one smaller performance space that‘s used to support R&D for creative practitioners. The role also works alongside our Curator of visual art to present Experimentica, our biennial festival of live art.

The Performance Programme Curator is a key member of the programme team and, under the direction of the Director of Programme, works with other artform curators to deliver a cohesive, centre-wide programme that’s aligned to our overall artistic strategy.

 

Our Ideal Candidate

We hope you’ll be brave about the choices you make for our programme. We’re open to radical ideas, to shaking up what we do so, for the right candidate, this is an excellent opportunity to shape the future of our performance offer and how we support practitioners in Wales and elsewhere.

Our ideal candidate is ambitious, creative and dynamic with demonstrable experience of programming in a similar role in a theatre, arts centre, festival or as a freelancer. You’ll be open, curious and passionate about performance, and enjoy working in a busy and exciting environment.

You’ll be incredibly organised and will have excellent communication skills, good attention to detail, exceptional negotiation skills and the ability to handle sensitive situations with diplomacy.

You’ll be adaptable and able to work to tight and often changing deadlines, remaining calm and focused under pressure. You’ll thrive in a team but will also be able to work on your own initiative when required.

Our venue is for everyone, and we welcome applications from everyone. We particularly encourage those from people from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic background or who are D/deaf or disabled as they are currently under-represented in our workforce.

Full job description below. To apply please fill the Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and send to apply@chapter.org

Deadline for applications: 23 March, noon

Interviews: 13 & 14 April

 


 

Chapter Caffi-Bar: Chef

Department: Chapter Trading

Salary: £22,000

Hours: Flexible, no split shifts, maximum 8 hours per day, mornings 9am-5pm, evenings 4-10pm, including weekends and bank holidays.

Work location: Chapter 

Reports to: Head Chefs

Purpose of Role

To be part of a team of chefs in the Chapter kitchen dedicated to providing a high-quality, cost-effective menu for the café-bar and hospitality service. As part of the team
you will continually strive for excellence, maintain a clean and safe environment, help
deliver targeted profit levels, control waste, and help maintain the highest standards of
kitchen hygiene.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

• Prepare and cook the menu at Chapter, which is all cooked from scratch.
• Take a proactive approach to maintain high standards of service in a busy
kitchen
• Support, learn and implement menus, bringing ideas for the specials board,
outside of the daily menu.
• Can work to prepare food for a variety of dietary needs
• Work in a clean and tidy environment observing good food safety practices.

Our venue is for everyone, and we welcome applications from everyone. We particularly encourage people from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic background or who are D/deaf or disabled as they are currently under-represented in our workforce.

Full job description below. To apply please fill the Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and send to apply@chapter.org

 


Chapter Caffi-Bar: Kitchen Porter

Reporting to: Head Chefs

Hours: Flexible, no split shifts, maximum 8 hours per day, mornings 9am-5pm, evenings 4-10pm, including weekends and bank holidays.

Rate of Pay: £9.90

Purpose of Role: 

This post is responsible for ensuring that high standards of cleanliness are kept in the kitchen, including washing-up and maintaining cleanliness of kitchen equipment and storage areas; and dealing with deliveries of food, ensuring that they are stored correctly according to food hygiene regulations.

Our venue is for everyone, and we welcome applications from everyone. We particularly encourage people from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic background or who are D/deaf or disabled as they are currently under-represented in our workforce.

Full job description below. To apply please fill the Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and send to apply@chapter.org

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