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Booking Coordinator (Theatre in Schools)

Do you want to make a difference?

Do you value integrity, inclusion and learning?

Are you seeking employment where you can use your customer relationship skills?

Australia's leading theatre-in-education organisation, Brainstorm Productions, is searching for an articulate and professional Booking Coordinator to join their team.

Award-winning and with over 30 years' experience, Brainstorm Productions tour cyber safety, student wellbeing and anti-bullying theatre programs to over 350,000 primary and high school students every year; and are a certified provider by the Australian Government's Office of the eSafety Commissioner.

The role of Booking Coordinator requires a highly organised, efficient person who has an exceptional eye for detail, combined with strong communication, telephone, computer and written skills.

Responsible for handling the entire booking process for NSW customers, the role requires someone who is customer-centric and can deliver outstanding levels of engagement by confidently assessing the individual needs of clients and developing positive working relationships and interactions. This includes advocating and supporting Brainstorm Productions' range of programs and communicating how theatre and the arts can help schools tackle student bullying, cyber bullying and mental health issues.  

Equality, inclusion and embracing diversity are at the heart of the organisation, and applications from candidates who are committed to this mission are warmly welcomed.

Previous experience in theatre, the arts or working with schools is not required; however experience in maintaining and improving customer relationships is essential.

The successful candidate will be joining a supportive, family-friendly team of eight people at the Brainstorm Productions office located in Alstonville, NSW.

Website: https://www.brainstormproductions.edu.au 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Brainstorm.Productions 

Applicant Checklist

  • Experience developing and maintaining customer relationships
  • Can work as a team member to help develop customer-focused strategies for acquisition, retention and loyalty
  • Willingness to learn a custom-built database system
  • Proficient operation and experience using Microsoft Office 
  • Can confidently communicate with clients including an excellent telephone manner and good interpersonal skills
  • Can write clear and professional emails to clients, potential new customers and colleagues
  • An ability to relate to clients from diverse backgrounds and a wide range of school cultures
  • Exceptional eye for detail, thoroughness and accuracy in all communication and database management

Remuneration

Salary range is between $44,000-$48,000 per annum (plus 9.5% superannuation) dependent upon skills, experience and qualifications. The role is a full-time position; however, flexible hours may be negotiated for the right applicant.

Apply for this Job

To apply for this job, click here. Applications close 21st February 2018.

Please note; It is an offence under the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 for a person convicted of a serious sex offence or child related personal violence to apply for this position.

 

Overview 

Brainstorm Productions is one of Australia’s largest and most respected educational theatre companies, performing to over 350,000 primary and high school students each year with a range of cyber safety, bullying and student wellbeing programs. Our award-winning productions help schools and students by reducing bullying, cyber bullying and anti-social behaviours including violence, prejudice, binge drinking, teenage drug abuse, youth depression, eating disorders and discrimination. 

 

Audition Details for 2019 Season

Essential:
MUST BE AT LEAST 19 YEARS OLD
Playing range of 16-24
CURRENT DRIVERS LICENCE and good driving record (Learners licence NOT sufficient)
Fit, healthy and able to travel away from home
Energetic and responsible
Some singing, physical theatre, dance or acro is an advantage

Applications for the 2019 season open on 1st October 2018

Please note that unfortunately early applications cannot be accepted due to administration demands.

2018 Audition dates for 2019 Season

Brisbane: Mon 12th November, with callbacks on Tues 13th Nov 2018.

Melbourne: Thurs 15th and Fri 16th November, with callbacks on Fri 16th/Sat 17th November 2018.

Sydney: Mon 19th and Tues 20th November, with callbacks on Wed 21st November 2018.

Please note; It is an offence under the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 for a person convicted of a serious sex offence or child related personal violence to apply for these positions.

Facebook lrg Go to our Facebook page to view photos of actors on tour. We look forward to meeting you at Auditions.

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Frequently Asked Questions - Actors

Yes, it is a full time job, Monday to Friday, for the length of your contract.

Contracts vary from 1, 2 or 3 school terms i.e. 10, 20 or 30 weeks (approx).



Most contracts start at the beginning or middle of January but some do start later in the year (see list of roles for more specific dates)

Rehearsals are 3 weeks, Mon – Fri 8.30am – 4.30pm on the Far North Coast of NSW (Near Byron Bay) – yes, they are paid at Equity rates, meal allowance and accommodation is provided.

All shows are 2 handers except for Cheap Thrills, which is a one-man show.

The sets are very minimal and fit in the back of a station wagon or Toyota Rav 4.  There are no "tour managers", actors are required to set up themselves at each school.

You do 1, 2 or 3 shows per day Monday to Friday in schools (maximum 15 shows per week but average about 12).

Current Grade 1 MEAA rate for 2018 plus tax free Living away from home allowance (LAHA) when away from home.  If accommodation is provided by Brainstorm Productions (e.g. rehearsals or Adelaide Tours) a tax free meals and incidentals allowance is paid instead of the travel allowance.  The standard MEAA rate of holiday pay including leave loading and 10% employer superannuation contributions are also paid. 

We will consider you for all roles (unless you specifically ask us not to) based in the City you reside in. i.e. All male roles based in Sydney for Sydney based actors.

No, a modern, air-conditioned company vehicle (automatic) is provided for each team including fuel and running costs.

You MUST have a current drivers licence and a GOOD driving record (L-Plates are not acceptable).  You will be asked to provide an RTA, VIC Roads or QLD Roads print-out of your driving record if you gain employment.

You must be physically fit and prepared to be away from home for at least part of the tour (eg 4-6 weeks at a time - sometimes longer depending on the tour).

Brainstorm Productions tours across most states in Australia.  However, the coverage is divided up so 1 team is not expected to cover all states - usually 2-3 states per team.

You will be notified by phone or email by the 18th December if you have been cast and by email before Christmas if you are unsuccessful.  If you are represented by an agent, we will notify you through them.

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