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Platform is the arts centre at the heart of the award-winning Bridge complex in Easterhouse and we are always looking out for enthusiastic people to join our staff team.
We currently have a range of opportunities available in our Front of House Crew roles.
Primarily event-based with opportunities to steward and duty manage performances and gigs, our Front of House Crew also work behind the café/bar and clean our rooms and spaces
for events and activities.
Common duties include setting up and breaking down events, cleaning, supporting public audiences to move safely and efficiently through the building and delivering excellent, friendly and welcoming customer service.
If you would be interested in joining the team and working shifts at Platform simply complete this brief application form and send a copy of your CV with a brief email message or letter detailing any relevant experience, training or qualifications to HR@platform-online.co.uk
Platform offers Front of House Crew shifts at £9.50 p/h if your application to join our casual pool is successful, you will be notified by email. Once you have joined the pool, we will contact you when work becomes available. Shifts will be offered on a first come, first served basis and we cannot guarantee a set number of hours each month.
We welcome applications from northeast Glasgow and across the city. We are keen to be as inclusive as possible and please get in touch if you require any assistance with this application process.
Platform is run by Glasgow East Arts Company (GEAC). We are a strategic partner at The Bridge which launched in 2006 as an aspirational new facility for arts, leisure and learning comprising Glasgow Kelvin College, Glasgow Life’s swimming pool and library.
We work with a range of partners, funders, local organisations and communities groups to deliver our cross arts programme both within our building and across the north east of Glasgow and beyond.
Platform is financially supported by Creative Scotland and Glasgow City Council alongside many other partners from housing associations and community health partnerships to The Robertson Trust and Big Lottery.