Facilities Assistant

West London
£19,000 - £21,000 plus benefits
23 Jul 2021
13 Aug 2021
Contract Type
Full Time

35 hours per week, on a shift pattern to be agreed - this includes working weekends and reasonable overtime is a requirement of this post

A world-class drama school and educational charity, LAMDA – the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art – delivers exceptional vocational training in the performing arts. LAMDA’s core aim is to train and develop the best artists regardless of social or financial background. The Academy is at an exciting time in its evolution, paving the way for drama school training in the 21st century and developing multi-skilled creative artists and technicians. In order to ensure that its work is accessible to all, LAMDA is passionately committed to widening participation and operates a robust scholarship scheme, awarding significant support to one in five full-time students each year.

The Role

An exciting opportunity has risen within LAMDA, in which we are seeking a self-motivated and enthusiastic Facilities Assistant, to provide support to our Estates department.

This post is ideal for an individual who is a collaborative team player that possesses the ability to learn quickly and is supportive.

You will assist in the maintenance of LAMDA’s building whilst also ensuring the house is presented to a high standard. To be successful in this role you will need to have had experience of maintaining communal areas and have a problem-solving attitude.

Application Process

For a full job description, please visit our website via the Apply button.

We want you to have the opportunity to really tell us about yourself and explain to us why this opportunity is right for you. All applications will be judged on content, not on format.

Closing date: 12 noon on Friday, 13th August 2021

Interview date: w/c 16th August 2021

We welcome applications from people of the global majority and those with disabilities, as these groups are under-represented at LAMDA.

We would like to hear from people whose situation, background and/or identity is currently under- supported across the arts and training sector and within our organisation. Including but not limited to people who are culturally and ethnically diverse and experience racism in our society, those with LGBTQ+ identities, neurodivergent and/or d/Deaf and disabled, and those with caring responsibilities and those who have experienced socio and economic barriers.