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Education and Outreach Officer
Marketing and Communications Manager
Education and Outreach Officer

Education & Outreach Officer

Salary: £28,350
Term: Permanent 

The Education & Outreach Officer (Heritage and Arts) plays a key role at Lauderdale House.  We are seeking an experienced, imaginative, adaptable and committed educator to:

•    deliver our Education and Outreach programme, engaging local young people, children and adults in creative and heritage opportunities. The programme involves managing and delivering our creative offerings alongside award-winning poets, artists and teachers in secondary schools and for our resident youth group. See below for current programme.
•    create new opportunities for heritage and artistic educational outreach work, focussing particularly on developing initiatives and educational resources to engage young people aged between 11 and 24 years with the House through formal and informal education
•    maintain and continue to build on established partnerships with Camden Youth Services, Camden Council and local education authorities. 

Our annual reports give a ‘snapshot’ of activity and the range of our regular programmes and recent experiences and can be downloaded here.

The appointment is full time:

•    35 hours per week. Note that office hours are 10am to 6pm. The post-holder will be expected to work Thursday evenings until 9:00pm to run Fresh@Lauderdale. 
•    Due to the nature of the business some weekend and evening working will be required.  No overtime is payable but time off in lieu may be taken where the post holder works more than the specified number of hours if approved in advance by the director.

Location:

This is a hands-on role in a small team. You will be based at Lauderdale House but will be expected to travel around the local areas relevant to the outreach projects. Lauderdale House is a public building that needs to be staffed day-to-day which means there is little scope for remote working unless Covid restrictions apply.

Holiday:

25 working days per annum plus public holidays. The leave year runs from 1 April – 31 March.

Application process:

To apply please send us a CV and covering letter explaining why you are interested in this role and why you are suitable to do this job to Katherine Ives on kives@lauderdale.org.uk. Please include contact details for 2 referees in your application stating at what point in the recruitment process they may be contacted (we will not contact them without your permission).

Deadline: Monday 24 January at 9am
First interviews: Week commencing 31 January
Second interviews: Week commencing 7 February

Appointment will be subject to satisfactory completion of a 3-month probationary period. 

Lauderdale House is committed to implementing and promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in all of its activities, services and practice. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds.

Marketing and Communications Manager

Marketing & Communications Manager

Salary: £28,678
Term: Permanent 

This is an exciting opportunity to take on a broad-ranging marketing role in a managerial position, working in a busy arts and heritage venue where the next strategic priorities are to:

•    build our profile and extend our reach, using updated and new marketing assets which have been developed over the past 12 months.
•    increase the visibility of the outreach programme and further integrate marketing and fundraising strategies. 
•    build on social media development including organic and paid campaigns. 

We are seeking a highly organised individual with a keen eye for income generation who has solid marketing and communications experience and a forward-thinking interest in digital and social media. This is an extremely varied role which includes the full marketing and communications mix as well management of the box office, some elements of office management, admin and volunteer management. You will be part of a small integrated team supported by a wide range of diverse volunteers where everyone’s contribution is vital.

Our annual reports give a ‘snapshot’ of activity and the range of our regular programmes and recent experiences and can be downloaded here.

The appointment is full time:

•    35 hours per week. Note that office hours are 10am to 6pm.
•    Due to the nature of the business some weekend and evening working will be required.  No overtime is payable but time off in lieu may be taken where the post holder works more than the specified number of hours if approved in advance by the director.

Location:

This is a hands-on role in a small team. You will be based on site sharing an office with the events manager, the marketing and events assistant and operations manager. Lauderdale House is a public building that needs to be staffed day-to-day which means there is little scope for remote working unless Covid restrictions apply. 

Holiday:

25 working days per annum plus public holidays. The leave year runs from 1 April – 31 March.

Application process:

To apply please send us a CV and covering letter explaining why you are interested in this role and why you are suitable to do this job to Katherine Ives on kives@lauderdale.org.uk. Please include contact details for 2 referees in your application stating at what point in the recruitment process they may be contacted (we will not contact them without your permission).

Deadline: Thursday 3 February at 9am
First interviews will be held on Wednesday 9 February
Second interviews will be held the week commencing 14 February

Appointment will be subject to satisfactory completion of a 3-month probationary period. 

Lauderdale House is committed to implementing and promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in all of its activities, services and practice. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds.