Assistant Venue Manager - The Coal House

London Wildlife Trust
London (Greater)
£24,761 - £25,751 pro rata per annum (equivalent to £19,808 - £20,600 per annum)
09 Oct 2017
07 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Based at: The Coal House, Woodberry Wetlands, West Entrance via New River Path Lordship Road, London, N16 5HQ. Permanent; Part time (4 days a week) Salary: £24,761 - £25,751 pro rata per annum (equivalent to £19,808 - £20,600 per annum) London Wildlife Trust is a growing charity with a diverse range of projects and funding sources. London Wildlife Trust is recruiting a new & exciting role of Assistant Venue Manager for the Coal House, our renovated grade II listed building set within Woodberry Wetlands, our award winning nature reserve that was opened to the public last year by Sir David Attenborough. The successful candidate will have experience and knowledge of the London bar and restaurant scene, an in-depth knowledge of food and drink and a passion for hospitality and events. The post holder will work as part of a new team and will be responsible for assisting with the management and delivery of the seamless operation of the Coal House as a high quality and ‘on trend’ daytime Café into a unique evening licensed bar and event venue for ticketed events, private functions and dining opportunities. The Assistant Venue Manager will work the café and the events staff in a collaborative and communicative manner, and be actively responsible for ensuring that all customers have an experience at The Coal House that exceeds their expectations. The successful candidate will have a ‘can-do’ attitude, exceptional attention to detail and excellent customer service. With strong written and verbal communication skills, the post holder would play a vital role in contributing to the long term financial sustainability of Woodberry Wetlands as a go-to natural heritage visitor destination for London. London Wildlife Trust manages over forty nature reserve sites across the capital that are exemplars of urban conservation land management and which engage the local communities that use the sites. The Trust delivers projects focusing on protecting priority habitats and species in London and works to influence policy makers. The Trust engages London’s diverse communities through access to our nature reserves, volunteering programmes and education and outreach work. To apply, please send a completed Candidate Details Form and Application Form to our recruitment team. Closing date: 22 October 2017 Interview date: 25th/26th April 2017 or 2nd/3rd May 2017 An enhanced DBS Check is not required for this role. London Wildlife Trust is an equal opportunities employer.