Job opportunity: Architecture Centre looking for administrator


21 August 2018




The Architecture Centre is seeking a Centre Administrator to join their small and passionate team. The Administrator will provide key support to the organisation and help to deliver a year-round programme of cultural activity.

The role of Centre Administrator is central to the smooth operation of the Architecture Centre. The successful candidate will be an individual with meticulous attention to detail, strong communication skills and with an interest in arts and culture.

As a world-leading centre of excellence for design and creative placemaking, the Architecture Centre produces public and professional programming (design review, events, festivals, talks) aimed at inspiring people about the built environment.

As the Architecture Centre embarks on an exciting period of growth, they are looking for an individual with enthusiasm and energy who will be ready to rise to the challenge of ensuring both office operations and financial administration are run with precision.

The main purpose of the role is to manage the day-to-day running of the office and building, provide financial administration & support the Director and small staff team in the delivery of our events and activities, including the Urban Design Forum. A varied and diverse role, the Centre is looking for an individual with excellent attention to detail, who is highly organised and has an enthusiasm for learning & developing new skills.

To Apply

A full-time post, the full job description and application pack can be found on the Architecture Centre’s website.

 Deadline: 9am Friday 7 September 2018


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