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Station Manager - Creative Youth Network

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Salary: £33,197 per annum, grade 3.5 (2021 rate – annual pay award pending) Hours: 40 hours per week

Application deadline: 12th December 2021, 23:59 Interviews: 20th or 21st December 2021 (please contact us if you are not available on these dates)

Creative Youth Network are looking for a manager responsible for The Station, Bristol’s main city centre hub for young people, which also operates as a vibrant workspace for our community of creative and youth sector tenants and as a venue for hire for a wide range of events and activities.

This role is at the heart of developing and delivering on Creative Youth Network’s renewed vision for the Station as a key city centre asset. The Station is at the heart of the Bristol community, is part of the city’s cultural fabric, and above all is a place for young people to achieve their potential. The postholder will ensure that the building is the best place it can be for our tenants, for community events and for young people – ensuring that it is well managed, financially stable and a great place to work for our amazing staff team.

More information about The Station is available here:

The Station | Creative Youth Network

Venue hire: The Station | Creative Youth Network

The role is advertised on a full time basis; however applications from those wishing to work on a part time basis will be considered. The Station is open six days per week until 10pm, so while the role will primarily be undertaken during office hours the postholder will be required to work occasional evenings and weekends and to participate in an on call rota.

In return we can offer 33 days' annual leave (including bank holidays, pro rata for part time) per year, generous pension scheme, a cycle to work scheme, opportunities for flexible working, paid breaks and fantastic development opportunities.

Creative Youth Network is committed to inclusivity, equality and equity. Diversity is a strength and we are keen to make our workforce more representative of the different backgrounds and experiences of the communities we serve. We work to remove barriers and pride ourselves on giving opportunities to people of all walks of life and all class backgrounds. This includes people who identify as D/deaf, disabled or neurodivergent, LGBTQIA+, are early in their careers or come from groups who experience racial inequality.

In accordance with our Safer Recruitment Policy, we are unable to accept CVs and ask that you complete the application form instead.

This role is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.

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