Job title: General Manager

Reporting to: Artistic Director

Responsible For: Administration Assistant and the Marketing Assistant

Pay: €35,000 gross per annum

Role and responsibilities

  • The primary part of the role is to manage the office and the security of the building

  • Oversee the efficient presentation and signing of licences for studio artists

  • Manage all contracts for visiting artists/companies/organisations

  • Work with the AD to procure funding from Government Departments, Creative Ireland, Dublin City Council, Arts Council, the Social Innovation Fund and others.

  • Work in collaboration with the AD and the relevant Board members to procure a sponsor or CSR contributions

  • Manage all in-house production budgets

  • Devise and oversee marketing campaigns with the marketing assistants and interns assigned to the task of implementation.

  • Manage the Administration Assistant and the Marketing Assistant

  • Compile and deliver all invoices and receipts

  • Ensure the timely payments of incoming rents and venue hire

  • Manage cashflow

  • Keep basic accounts and liaise with the auditor

  • Deliver quarterly management accounts to the Treasurer

  • Administer the weekly payroll

  • Pay rent, utility and service bills


  • Three year’s professional experience as an arts manager

  • Knowledge of multiple artforms

  • Flexible attitude to working environment

  • Advanced IT skills

  • Self-Motivation and high standards

  • Strong contact base

This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week.​

The contract is valid for 2 years from 4th August 2020 and will be the subject of renewal by the agreement of both parties once this term is completed.

There will be a probationary period of 6 months.

Deadline for application Thursday 11th June 2020 at 5pm.

Interviews in week of 15th June. Proposed start date 4th August 2020

Applications to:

The Complex is a space for the creative arts, including a gallery, studios, venues and space for rental.




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