The Irish Film Institute is Ireland’s national cultural institution for film. At the IFI’s historic home in Eustace Street, Temple Bar, our diverse audiences and loyal members enjoy our 3 cinemas, IFI Irish Film Archive’s research and access facilities, IFI Film Shop and IFI Café Bar.
The IFI has developed strategic objectives around three core activities:
The IFI is seeking to appoint a Box Office Manager to join the management team. The successful candidate should possess the energy and acumen to lead the Box Office and Front of House into the next exciting phase of its development. This a unique opportunity to develop and shape, in consultation with the Head of Operations, the future direction and vision for the Box Office and Front of House.
This job description provides an outline of the key day-to-day and strategic responsibilities of the role.
Key Job Purpose
The Box Office Manager is responsible for driving the business of the IFI Box Office. Responsibilities include the following key areas:
Box Office and Front of House Management
Customer Service and Sales
The IFI requires that the successful candidate be able to demonstrate strong examples from their past experience highlighting that they have both the capability and desire for this role. Specifically, it is seeking someone who has:
Experience and Knowledge
Personal Qualities / Attitudes
Terms and Conditions of Employment
The Box Office Manager is a management role reporting to the Head of Operations.
The IFI is a company limited by guarantee with charitable status. It operates a model of cultural enterprise, using its Arts Council subsidy to procure diverse income streams, which are then invested back into its 3 core activities, EXHIBIT, PRESERVE, EDUCATE.
The position is offered as a two-year fixed term contract with a six month probationary period and is based at the IFI flagship venue on Eustace Street in Dublin. The Terms of Contract and remuneration will be offered to the successful candidate commensurate with experience.
Apply in writing with CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 24th at 5pm
Interview and Selection Methods:
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME: TALES FROM THE NETHERWORLD
13.00 (Programme 2)
FLORA AND SON
STOP MAKING SENSE 40TH ANNIVERSARY
THE EXORCIST (50TH ANNIVERSARY)
THE OLD OAK
13.10, 18.20 (OC)
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council