Venue Operations Technician

Reports to:    Venue Operations Supervisor

Key duties and accountabilities:

  • Setting up halls, rooms and Arena to meet business requirements
  • Assembling seating blocks
  • Rigging in halls and temporary structures if required; once trained and authorised to do so
  • Setting up of temporary bars
  • Transportation and distribution of stick to catering outlets
  • Building of shell scheme and/or bespoke stands on and off site when required
  • Opening and securing the Centre and its car parks as detailed/rostered
  • Operation of forklift, access platforms, building of scaffolding; when trained and awarded “competency” certificates
  • The tidy up and maintenance of all catering operational areas
  • Ensure all operations equipment is PAT tested and in safe working order
  • Routine maintenance of buildings and equipment
  • Reporting defects in property and equipment when discovered
  • Cleaning as detailed
  • Adhering to Health and Safety regulations
  • Public safety control
  • Administering First Aid (if qualified)
  • Responding to clients’ needs
  • Safeguarding and protecting Company property
  • Making sure the service requirements are met for all ongoing business and large scale events

The above is an outline of key duties and accountabilities, rather than an exclusive or exhaustive list of responsibilities.  The post holder is expected to undertake any tasks which may reasonably be expected within the scope of the position.

Person specification:

Knowledge and qualifications:

  • Forklift Truck License (beneficial)
  • IPAF License (beneficial)
  • First Aid (beneficial)
  • HSE Qualification (beneficial)
  • Driving License (beneficial)


  • Good organisational skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Customer service focused


  • Experience in a similar role preferred but not essential


How to Apply

Covering letter, detailing your experience in this field, and CV should be sent to:


TECA are hosting a recruitment evening on Tuesday 12 March, for all those interested in a career at the brand new venue.

Careers will be available in various areas of the business including events, hospitality, operations and food & beverage.

This is a free drop in event, taking place at AECC, Bridge of Don on Tuesday 12 March 2019 from 4pm – 8pm, all are welcome, no need to pre register.

Closing Date