WS006 - Maker (Level 1-3)

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Posted: 04/08/2022 16:07
Start Date: Not Available
Salary: Mkr1 £9.98 p/h Mkr2 £10.34 p/h, Mkr3 £10.93 p/h
Location: Theatre Royal Plymouth, Royal Parade
Level: Non-Managerial
Deadline: 30/09/2022 09:00
Hours: Zero Hours Contract
Benefits: Company Pension Scheme and great ticket offers.
Job Type: ZERO HOURS

Do you want to be part of a construction team that build amazing and unique theatre sets which are viewed and admired by thousands of people worldwide?  Think you have the talent and skills to produce first class scenery? Then join our team at TR2. 

TR2 Production and Learning Centre is the Theatre Royal Plymouth’s purpose-built workshop facility based in Plymouth. We build scenery that is played on stages worldwide.  We also make unique structures for arts and exhibition installations.

This amazing creative output is achieved by our talented team of makers.  Construction begins in wood and metal, but the nature of scenic building often incorporates a multitude of different materials. We also have a team of scenic artists who finish everything off to perfection.  To join our team, you will need to enjoy learning new skills and continually develop them.  You will also love problem solving as no two set builds will be the same. 

Collaboration is what makes it all happen and along with the team of makers and scenic artists you will be working with managers and draughtspersons.

Our makers are awarded pay grades (from 1-4) The grade is determined by level of skill and experience, with the opportunity to progress through training.

You will also need to have a flexible pro-active approach to working hours and overtime. 

Normal working weeks are 8 hours a day 8:30am to 5pm, 40 hours per week.  Working times for casual staff can vary.

 

Inclusion and Diversity

We are committed to cultivating a culture of inclusion at TRP with a workforce, participants and audiences that reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.

The collective power of each team member’s life experiences, knowledge, innovation, self-expression, and talent creates the very best environment for us to achieve our ambitions and lead the sector.  

In recruiting for our team, we recognise the unique contributions that you can bring in terms of education, opinions, culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity and expression, nation of origin, age, languages spoken, colour, religion, disability, sexual orientation, and beliefs.

 


How to Apply

We are happy to receive either a TRP application, a CV & Cover letter, or a video application (3 minutes max).  If you are submitting a video application, please send to recruitment@theatreroyal.com

Closing date for applications: 4 September 2022

Interview Date: To be confirmed.

If you want to find out more before you apply, we are happy to meet.  During a pre-arranged appointment, we can show you around the workshop and discus the skills needed for scenery building.  Please email us on recruitment@theatreroyal.com with subject line ‘Workshop Maker’ to arrange a chat.

Please note that we reserve the right to close the vacancy early should we find the right candidates.

The Role

Here is an overview of what you would be doing:

Skills and Competency

The expected standard for this role is set out in the Skills Competency Map.  This document will also act as an evaluation tool and training plan.  You can view the Skills Competency Map by clicking on the following link –

Skills Competency Map

 

The Person

Our Values are at the heart of everything we say and do and our people demonstrate these values in every aspect of their work.  To be successful in this role, you should be able to demonstrate the following behaviours-

 

Quality:

Taking pride in achieving excellence.  We take responsibility for and pride in what we do, recognising each other’s good work.  We set consistently high expectations and ensure that everyone has the skills to achieve excellence.  

Collaboration: 

Valuing each other in the way we work, communicate and spend time together:  We communicate regularly with each other, listening and understanding people’s needs.  We value and respect the relationships we have with colleagues and partners and we celebrate shared successes. 

  • Is accountable for own work ensuring it meets expectations and agreed standards
  • Shows energy and enthusiasm in achieving personal and team objectives
  • Proudly demonstrates consistent evidence of achievements
  • Pro-actively seeks out information, support and feedback to carry out role to highest possible standard
  • Understands and delivers in line with relevant legislation, policies, procedures and instructions
  • Works with colleagues to deliver the highest possible standards
  • Enjoys exceeding expectations of customers and colleagues
  • Suggests ideas to improve standards and ways of working
  • Identifies problems and suggests solutions or escalates where necessary
  • Actively engages with training and development to improve knowledge and skills
  • Is friendly and welcoming
  • Actively seeks, encourages and acts upon feedback
  • Proactively seeks information to do their job well
  • Talks enthusiastically about TRP’s wider programme and work
  • Actively listens and confirms understanding with managers and other colleagues
  • Proactively seeks information about TRP’s wider programme and work
  • Contributes to own department’s achievement of objectives
  • Works effectively with others
  • Draws on strengths of others, asking for help and support where needed
  • Involves others in discussions about their work
  • Invites and appreciates contributions from others
  • Celebrates achievement and shares the success of others
  • Anticipates needs of others and responds accordingly
  • Offers support, encouragement and advice to others
  • Shows consideration for colleagues’ welfare

 

Creativity: 

Being imaginative in everything we do:  We use our knowledge, experience and judgement to explore doing things differently.  We aim to empower everyone in the organisation to adopt a flexible, open-minded and imaginative approach.

Diversity: 

Embracing the diversity among our people and community:  We embrace and value difference and individuality treating everyone as equally important.  Together we are stronger and more effective.

  • listens to information and asks questions to improve knowledge
  • Is open to new ideas and ways of working rather than doing things the way they have always been done
  • Shares ideas and makes suggestions about different ways of working
  • Thinks about different options when solving a problem
  • Makes decisions appropriate to role without asking for permission
  • Adopts a flexible approach to their work taking the circumstances of others into account
  • Openly shares knowledge with colleagues to help come up with ideas about ways of working
  • Pro-actively seeks views of customers and suggests improvements to managers based on feedback
  • Willingly contributes ideas to team discussions
  • Adapts approach to provide customer with an experience tailored to the purpose of their visit
  • Demonstrable experience of successfully communicating with a wide variety of colleagues.
  • Experience of working closely with people of differing skill levels.
  • A professional attitude with ability to be tactful and diplomatic.
  • Confidently welcomes and embraces people from all areas of the community/backgrounds
  • Seeks to understand others and respects views and opinions
  • Treats people fairly
  • Values and recognises contributions of all team members
  • Adapts communication to suit individual needs and listens with empathy


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