Our people are our greatest asset. We are always looking for people to join our team – whether that’s through paid employment or through our volunteer scheme.
(Fixed term contract To July 2017)
£7.50 per hour
Must be 18 years old or over
You should enjoy meeting people, be friendly and approachable, and have an understanding of customer service. Your duties will mainly be working on the bars, pre performance, and during intervals. Hours are varied but you must be available to work evenings and weekends. For more information about the role, please click on the buttons below:Job description Terms and conditions
The Core at Corby Cube seek to be inclusive organisations and promote equality of opportunity, but recognise that we and the wider arts sector need to take action to ensure that our workforce is representative of the communities we serve. Therefore, we actively encourage applications from under-represented groups, including Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) individuals and those who consider themselves to be disabled.
The Core at Corby Cube is a user of the disability confident scheme, and we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for any of our vacancies.
Volunteer for Us
Join our team as a volunteer in a variety of roles: front of house, within our marketing team and as part of our Get Involved programme. Work as an usher for our shows or cinema screenings, help the marketing team promote The Core’s activities in your community or at events around the county, or support young people as they get involved with workshop activity.
Over the last 5 years 186 volunteers have given their time through a variety of roles, including working with the Front of House and Meet and Greet teams, assisting with the Creative Projects taking place such as weekly workshops, and helping the Marketing team with publicity.
“I would urge anyone interested in theatre and films to volunteer. You get to see a variety of shows you would probably never have thought to see. You meet lovely people, both volunteers and the general public… it’s a great way to socialise and feel you are doing something worthwhile”. Janet Askew, volunteerDownload a Volunteering registration form