We’re looking for a Data and Systems Manager to join our busy and successful theatre.
Based on The Cut in Waterloo, we produce new plays, classics, musicals, adaptations of books, short films, digital projects and more. We attract large audiences from many different backgrounds, we have deep connections in our neighbourhood where we provide extensive free activities. For many years the theatre has been synonymous with staging international works created by some of the world’s finest directors, performers and creatives; productions that say much about the world we live in.
Our CRM database system is a vital tool used to sell tickets, engage audiences, and develop sponsorship, fundraising and sales campaigns. Excellent analysis of the data collected within this database is essential to our success.
We are looking for an ambitious and proactive individual with experience of working with databases, preferably Tessitura, to join our team. You will provide front line support for internal business systems with the ability to identify areas for further development, which you will take the lead on. The successful candidate will constantly strive to optimise use of our systems by servicing each department throughout the organisation, encouraging adoption and best practice, and cultivating relationships with our third party service providers.
You will need experience of working with SQL databases, SQL report writing skills, and providing database system support.
We actively encourage people from a variety of backgrounds with different experiences, skills and stories to join us and influence and develop our working practice. We are particularly keen to hear from people of colour and candidates who self-identify as disabled. All candidates who self-identify as disabled who demonstrate that they meet the essential criteria will be invited for interview. The Young Vic is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, caring responsibilities, disability, gender, gender identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.
Salary: £30,000 - £35,000 depending on experience
Contract: Full Time. Permanent.
Apply by: 9am on Tuesday 25 February
Interviews: Please note that first round interviews will take place in the afternoon on Friday 6 March.
Access: We are able to offer support and resources to aid access requirements; please state any access requirements on your application.
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