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Application deadline: March 25th 2019
Siobhan Davies Dance is an artist-led organisation that advances the most compelling dance and choreography being made today. We connect artists and audiences through investigative, collaborative and interdisciplinary artistic activity at our studios and beyond. Our studios are an incubator for new ideas – our activities centre on supporting and showcasing new work by experimental artists, and we bring this same spirit of experimentation and investigation to all areas of our work.
We are seeking a General Manager to manage the smooth and efficient day to day running of Siobhan Davies Dance and the beautiful RIBA-award winning Studios in South London. The General Manager plays a lead role in operations, HR, generating income from commercial hires, contracting, compliance, governance, policy and planning. The General Manager works closely in support of the Executive Director and with all departments within the company. The successful candidate will have demonstrable management expertise, with strong HR Management experience and the experience and drive to generate commercialised income. Adaptable and calm in the face of new challenges, they will have a hands-on approach and be as confident in managing the practical operations of an arts venue as they are in overseeing office-based administrative systems.
Application packs are available online at www.siobhandavies.com/vacancies and from our Reception on 020 7091 9650 or in person.
The deadline for applications is 9am Monday 25th March 2019.
We will be conducting the interviews on Thursday the 4th and Tuesday the 9th of April at our Studios in south London, with a view to the successful candidate starting in post in May.
Siobhan Davies Dance is funded by Arts Council England, London
Registered charity nº.1010786
Siobhan Davies Dance is an Equal Opportunities employer and committed to building a culturally diverse organisation. Siobhan Davies Dance encourages applications from minority ethnic and disabled groups, as they are under-represented amongst our staff.