Culture Warrington offers a variety of exciting roles working for a vibrant organisation. It’s a great place to work and, with so many different roles, there are a wide range of options . All roles within the Culture Warrington team are demanding and we need people who are willing to work hard to ensure our customer’s expectations are exceeded.
Due to the wide range of roles, we have staff on a variety of contracts from full time to flexible casual staff as well as unpaid volunteers.
Culture Warrington employs approximately 75 staff and welcome applications from everyone, valuing diversity in our workforce.
Apart from the excitement of being part of the Culture Warrington team, we offer our colleagues various benefits, including training and development, stakeholder pension scheme and increased holidays after five years service.
Our teams cover a wide variety of posts which include roles in the following areas:
- Collections Management
- Conserving collections
- Arts Development
- Education Cleaning Venue & Event Management
- Marketing, Publicity and Audience Development
- Sales & Information (Box Office) General Administration – HR, Finance, PA
- Site Management
- Technical Management & technical support
- Bar & Catering Staff
- Management/Supervisory roles
Our current vacancies are listed below. Please download the Person Specification and Job Description for further details. Thank you for showing an interest in working for Culture Warrington.
Board member LiveWire (Warrington) Community Interest Company – Non Executive Position
LiveWire, a non-profit company established in May 2012, is looking for new board members with a specialist background in one of the following areas: Libraries and Learning, strategic partnership working, creative enterprise, leisure and sports sector/ industry or people management.
With ambitious plans for the future, LiveWire is looking for an individual with strategic and clear thinking skills, the ambition and dedication to drive a company forward, an understanding of social and commercial issues, innovative ideas and the ability to contribute effectively as part of a team.
As a Board member you will act as a non-executive director of the organisation and be expected to attend four Board meetings a year, lasting approximately two hours. Board members are also expected to sit on one of LiveWire’s sub-committees which meet quarterly. Other time commitments include attending key LiveWire events, championing the Company at external networks and developing influential partnerships.
This is a non-remunerated role, but expenses will be paid. Employees of Warrington Borough Council are not eligible to apply.
Applications are sought from members of the community, and those with relevant senior management experience.
Please see the Board recruitment pack, which includes details of the application process.
Please send the short application form with your Curriculum Vitae by email to email@example.com or by post to Orford Jubilee Neighbourhood Hub, Jubilee Way, Warrington WA2 8HE by 24th March 2017.
Culture Warrington works in partnership with Warrington Collegiate to offer a range of apprenticeship opportunities. check back to keep up to date with new opportunities.
Volunteering with Culture Warrington
Volunteering can be a rewarding and enjoyable pastime, and can provide you with an opportunity to develop new skills, knowledge and experience. You will be fully reimbursed for expenses that you have incurred.
Volunteers must be willing to undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check where appropriate to the rol
Some examples of Volunteer Opportunities are as follows:
- Cultural Development – help to deliver our holiday programmes and outreach activities
- Venue Management / Visitor Services Assistants – assist in managing events and buildings
- Collections Researchers/Digitisers – support the interpretation of collections
To learn more about Culture Warrington’s volunteer programmes please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01925 442884.