Could you help everyone feel part of a community at Time & Talents?
Time & Talents is a thriving hub of community activity and innovation – we run a huge range of activities and imaginative events to bring everyone together in a unique part of South London. 129 years young this year, we are expanding and developing at pace, with a growing team formed of lively, passionate people who live to make our genuinely unique community buzz with activity.
As part of this expansion, we’re seeking someone who has talent, imagination, and creative flair, coupled with excellent organisational skills and attention to detail, for this exciting new role.
The new Community Events and Activities Coordinator role will be at the centre of our engagement with new people in the area, including young families, young professionals, and newcomers from abroad. You’ll make sure we grow our exciting, constantly changing programme of new activities and imaginative public events that meets the needs and wants of our changing community. At the same time, in an area undergoing rapid demographic changes, you’ll help reduce community division – so you must know how to reach both the young and the old; the well-off and the very poor; long-time residents and short-term newcomers. That’s a tall order, but a fascinating challenge.
In this role, you will:
- Coordinate, seek out and ‘curate’ activities to be delivered in the centre and beyond, with a special focus on engaging new audiences/ centre users
- Plan and execute high quality public events for the whole community
- Support local people to get new activities up and running, supporting their promotion, execution, and sustainability
- Promote, oversee, and manage the private hire of our unique leafy heritage spaces
This is a role for someone who is driven and determined, with infectious enthusiasm, and who wants to make a real difference – in a genuinely unique London community. In many ways, the role is whatever your drive, imagination, and organisation can make of it.
If this sounds like the kind of challenge and opportunity you’re up for, request an application pack now. We can’t wait to get started – how about you?
For an application pack, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Closing date: midnight, 13th September 2016.
Salary: Up to £27,000 per annum, plus 5% matched employer pensions contribution.
Hours: 37.5 per week.