Wakefield Exchange Assistant Manager – Full Time

Gemma Colley

Wakefield Exchange Assistant Manager – Full Time

Posted in Opportunities

Do you want to be part of Wakefield’s newest creative and digital events and exhibition venue? 

Are you skilled and knowledgeable with an understanding of event management and large-scale public events? 

We’re on the lookout for an experienced Assistant Manager to play a vital role in ensuring the smooth operations of Wakefield Exchange, home to spectacular large-scale creative showcase spaces, complemented by independent food and drink retailers and creative business incubation, skills, and networking zones. As the Assistant Manager, you will be responsible for the building, events, and tenancy management of this fantastic venue. 

You will carry out a varied range of duties on site from routine day to day operations, all the way through to medium and large-scale events, exhibitions, and conferences. You will also lead a top-class team. 

This is an impactful role which will ensure the smooth operation right at the heart of the highly anticipated Wakefield Exchange. 

For more information and further role requirements, please refer to the Job Specification. 

Should you wish to have a brief discussion in advance of applying, please contact Simon Simpson, WX General Manager – SimonSimpson@wakefield.gov.uk  

Application deadline: 3rd July 2024

Fee: £33,024.00 - £35,745.00, Grade 8, 37 hours, Permanent

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