Casual Front of House (CAS011)
Love theatre? Have a passion for customer service?
We are seeking professional and friendly staff to join our Front of House Team.
Wagga Civic Theatre is a 491 seat theatre that presents an annual main stage season of theatre, music and dance and hosts professional touring productions. The theatre also produces a children’s season each year as well as a day time concert series and other events throughout the year including Wagga Comedy Fest.
- Remuneration of $29.22 gross per hour + superannuation.
- Shifts are primarily on evenings between 6pm and 11pm on a casual roster. There are also daytime shifts available.
The Front of House team is responsible for delivering high quality front of house services for patrons attending performances at the Civic Theatre.
What you will need to succeed:
- Advanced customer service skills to warmly welcome, actively engage and assist patrons with queries during their visit to the theatre;
- The ability to work under pressure; and
- To be highly motivated, enthusiastic and conscientious.
What you need to do now:
All applications must include three (3) documents:
- Covering letter,
- Current Resume, and
- Statement Addressing Focus Questions – Maximum two pages (a template has been provided below for use within applications).
- Please outline why you are interested in this role?
- What skills, experience and personal attributes do you have that makes you the best candidate for this role?
- Strong customer service and communication skills are essential for this role. Can you please outline how you utilise these skills in your current or previous work?
What is next?
Applications close Monday, 13 July 2020 at midnight AEST with interviews to be on Monday, 27 July 2020.
If you are interested in this role and would like more information, please contact Roxanne Smith on 02 6926 9684.
As part of the recruitment process, pre-employment checks will be conducted in line with requirements of the position.
Council is an inclusive employer. We strive to reflect the community in which we work, as a result we welcome and encourage applications from skilled people from all walks of life. This includes women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse people, people with a disability, sexually and gender diverse people, people with lived experience and people of all ages.