Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts

Lakeside team members working at Wheee! Festival

Work & Volunteer

At Lakeside we are always on the lookout for creative and motivated people from a wide variety of backgrounds to fill our employee, volunteer, internship or traineeship roles.



Front of House Assistants

Front of House Assistants

Pay: £11.01 per hour, plus accrued holiday pay (equivalent to roughly £1.33 per hour)
Hours and days: Flexible in line with artistic programme
Dress code: Uniform plus smart casual
Closing date: n/a*

Our team of Front of House Assistants work across the whole of Lakeside Arts – invigilating in our galleries and museum, ushering for performances in the Djanogly Theatre and Djanogly Recital Hall, and helping to manage and deliver other events and private hires throughout the year.

If you love arts and heritage, have the skills to deliver excellent standards of care for our audiences, visitors, and artists, and would be interested in joining the Front of House team at Lakeside, please send your CV to us at

The Front of House Assistant role at Lakeside Arts is a part-time, casual position, with hours allocated on monthly rotas based on your declared availability. Shifts are available throughout the week, including evenings and weekends. The number of available shifts varies – across the year busier times tend to be from February-June and October-December, and especially over Christmas, Easter, and late May/early June.

*We usually recruit new Front of House Assistants in April and October, however, we would love to hear from applicants at any time. If we're not actively recruiting, we will keep your CV on file and will contact you with details of the next available recruitment opportunity.

Food and Beverage Assistants

Food and Beverage Assistants

We are hiring in our two on-site cafés, which are run by Caterlink. For more information about recruitment for the cafés, please contact  Andrew Clarke on 0115 846 7179 or email


The University of Nottingham Museum is currently supported in its work by a team of 40 student and community volunteers. Museum volunteers undertake a wide variety of work in areas of collections care and development and the education and public programme.

If you are interested in volunteering please contact Clare Pickersgill: