The Roundhouse Trust

Workspace Community Manager

This is an exciting opportunity to join The Roundhouse Trust as our next Workspace Community Manager

About the Roundhouse

A lot of people know the Roundhouse for our incredible history, but our future is just as exciting. Our home is a unique heritage building that has a rich history built on counterculture, revolutionary theatre and life-changing music moments. But we’re building on that legacy and independent venue spirit as we prepare to open our new creative centre for young people - Roundhouse Works.

About you

We welcome applications from people who feel they can bring their own experiences and ideas to the table and empower those around them to do the same.

The Role

This is an incredibly exciting time as we prepare to open Roundhouse Works in March 2023, where our amazing new building will include a shared workspace, a podcast studio and a variety of rehearsal spaces to support young people to turn their creativity into a career. The workspace will offer membership to 18-30 year old entrepreneurs and freelancers in the creative industries for a place to work, learn and network from.

The Workspace Community Manager role will establish and manage the curated community of members, help create opportunities that complement and enhance Roundhouse's broader creative offer, develop tangible pathways for diverse young people to build meaningful and sustained employment within the creative industries, as well as run the space operationally on a day to day basis.

The successful candidate will be required to have a current and acceptable DBS check due to the nature of the role.

For more information, please download the full job description, and if you feel you have the skills and experience we are looking for, please click the apply button shown by 9am, Monday 14th November 2022.

Deadline: 9am, Monday 14th November 2022

Contract: Permanent

Hours: 40 hours per week

Salary: £30,000 per annum

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In accordance with GDPR all information submitted by unsuccessful applicants will be deleted within six months.