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Literary Sector Job Opportunities Wanted: Office Administrator Bradford Literature Festival

Wanted: Office Administrator Bradford Literature Festival

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Office Administrator, Bradford Literature Festival

Description

Bradford Literature Festival (BLF) is an annual, ten-day festival, held between June and July each year in the heart of Bradford. BLF welcomes over 70,000 visitors each year and has featured headline guests including Akala, John Barnes, Lady Leshurr, Luke Goss, Frank Bruno and Nadiya Hussain and literary names such as Jeanette Winterson, Elif Shafak, Lemn Sissay, George The Poet and Simon Armitage.

We’re looking for a highly organised person for the role of Office Administrator, with strong administrative skills whose motivations are towards working within a more creative, fast-paced environment with increased variety and difference day to day duties.

This a full time 12-month contract which will be made permanent for the right candidate. Please visit our website for a full job description and details on how to apply: https://www.bradfordlitfest.co.uk/jobs-and-opportunities/

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