Working with Us
ASB Theatre Marlborough is one of New Zealand’s newest venues. Opened in mid-2016, this stylish, state-of-the-art venue boasts a 700-seat auditorium, a versatile function room, which opens out into an expansive foyer, bathed in abundant natural light. The newly completed Anderson Theatre completes our offering.
We are proud to regularly host the Royal New Zealand Ballet and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and many national and international entertainers. Dame Kiri Te Kanawa graced our stage during the opening season of events. We were the venue of choice for the 2018 National Brass Band Champs and the Sauvignon Blanc 2019 International, Apiculture and Justices of the Peace Conferences. Our advance bookings are at a level were any one day is different to another. The layout and design appeal to a variety of users, hosting an extensive range of events. From live shows and concerts, to conferences, exhibitions, gala dinners and weddings, it is the venue for all occasions.
Periodically, we have jobs available. Plesae keep an eye on this section to see what we have available.
We are looking to boost our ranks of on call casual event staff. Ideally you will need to be available to be called upon during school hours, with the possibility of some
evening, weekend and holiday work.
Hours would fluctuate according to the level of business, so there are no guaranteed number of hours per week. This is not a zero-hour contract arrangement, we would work around your availability.
Tasks would generally involve:
- set-up and break-down of our venues for meetings and functions
- food and beverage service
- some cleaning duties.
Experience is an advantage, but not necessary as training will be provided.
- Excellent personal presentation
- Customer focussed
- Physically capable of moving quickly and carrying weighty objects
- Attention to detail
- Ability to follow instruction and work independently
- Ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines
Click on this link to read more about the job description: Job Description