We are currently recruiting for the following roles:

Cultural Programme Manager

Housed in one of the grandest former civic buildings in London, in the heart of one of the capital’s most vibrant and diverse areas, Shoreditch Town Hall has established itself in the last decade as a leading cultural, live event and community venue.

We are looking for an organised, collaborative and creative individual to join us as a Cultural Programme Manager.

The Cultural Programme Manager will support the Head of Cultural Programme on the design and delivery of all aspects of cultural activity in the building, to actively support the development of the Town Hall as a vital, non-traditional and community focused space. This role is a brilliant opportunity to work across art forms and collaborate with a vast range of artists and communities, joining us at a pivotal moment for the organisation.

You will have the opportunity to get involved in a wide range of projects and be a highly valued member of our small and friendly team. You’ll be a motivated team player, who can demonstrate a genuine passion for arts and culture, with at least three years’ experience or relevant transferable skills, working in an arts administration, producing or programming environment. You will also be
able to enjoy working independently and proactively on designated projects as well as fulfilling the administrative and organisational needs of the department.

Contract: Permanent
Salary: £30,000 pro rata
Hours: 4 days a week

Please download the recruitment pack for full details. To apply, please send your completed application form to jobs@shoreditchtownhall.com.

Applications must be submitted by midday on Monday 21 February 2022.

Shoreditch Town Hall is committed to access, diversity and representation, and we actively encourage applicants from different backgrounds and with different experiences and skills in order to develop and strengthen the organisation, evolve our programmes, and better reflect the communities we serve.

Shortlisting and Interviews in accordance with Shoreditch Town Hall policies, and all Application Forms received will be blind assessed by the role’s Line Manager and considered against the Job Description and Person Specification for the role, and in our attempt to  address systemic inequalities and additional barriers facing some people, any candidate who identifies as from a marginalised community (whether that be ethnicity, disability, gender or sexuality), will be guaranteed an interview as long as their application meets the essential requirements advertised.  There will be a specific section on the application to self-identify for this purpose.

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Marketing and Communications Assistant (Kickstart 6 Month Paid Placement)

The Marketing & Communications Assistant’s role is to actively support the Head of Marketing & Communications and the Marketing & Events Officer in the delivery of dynamic marketing and communications strategies across all areas of Shoreditch Town Hall’s operation.

In this role, you will have the opportunity to learn how to promote the Town Hall’s live and digital events, carry out effective research, support social media campaigns, use box office ticketing systems and learn basic design software skills.

About You

  • A passion for the arts and the local community
  • A positive attitude to work, friendly, motivated and proactive
  • Ability to follow instructions and work to deadlines, but also to take own initiative as needed
  • Polite and confident manner and an ability to deal with a wide range of people
  • Some experience of social media a basic understanding of marketing principles
  • Some experience working on live events
  • Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent team working skills
  • Excellent IT skills and a good working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word

Please note that as this is a Kickstart placement all applicants must be aged 16-24, currently claiming Universal Credit and a Hackney Resident, former student of a Hackney education institution or a care leaver who has received support from Hackney Leaving Care Services.

Please apply via the Hackney Opportunities website here. Shoreditch Town Hall will not be accepting any direct applications.

Events Assistant (Kickstart 6 Month Paid Placement)

The Events Assistant supports the Head of Venue & Events, Events Manager and Operations & Hospitality Manager to increase revenue for the Town Hall through event hires, ensuring that the enquiry, administrative and delivery processes for events are handled efficiently and effectively so that all event hirers have the best possible experience at Shoreditch Town Hall.

In this role, you will have the opportunity to learn how to plan and deliver the Town Hall’s live and digital commercial and cultural programme of events and to carry out effective research as necessary.

About You

  • A passion for the arts, commercial events and the local community
  • A positive attitude to work, friendly, motivated and proactive
  • Ability to follow instructions and work to deadlines, but also to take own initiative as needed
  • Polite and confident manner and an ability to deal with a wide range of people
  • Some experience in event planning/delivery would be advantageous
  • Some experience working on live events
  • Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent team working skills
  • Excellent IT skills and a good working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word

Please note that as this is a Kickstart placement all applicants must be aged 16-24, currently claiming Universal Credit and a Hackney Resident, former student of a Hackney education institution or a care leaver who has received support from Hackney Leaving Care Services.

Please apply via the Hackney Opportunities website here. Shoreditch Town Hall will not be accepting any direct applications.