Communities and Culture Coordinator, part time 21 hours per week

Location
Kilburn, London
Salary
£28,028 per annum pro rata (£16,817 for 21 hours per week) with a 2% increase each year + 5% NEST
Posted
15 Dec 2021
Closes
17 Jan 2022
Role
Charity

Latin American House is hiring a Communities & Culture Coordinator to lead on our programme of cultural activities and events.

In this new role, you will lead on the above by planning and delivering a diverse and sustainable programme of communities and cultural activities and events. This is a great time to join us and contribute to the provision of artistic, creative, community and cultural activities. This will be a pivotal role at LAH in a post-Brexit and post-COVID era, and we are looking for someone collaborative, enthusiastic, knowledgeable, proactive, reliable and versatile, who is able to coordinate, evaluate and plan the implementation of a range of community and cultural activities related to Latin America. This role requires experience of strategic planning, project coordination, staff support and volunteer management.

This role requires experience of strategic planning, project coordination, staff support and volunteer management. The post holder must  be able to liaise with a wide range of stakeholders and represent LAH at public events, delivering a programme of communities and cultural activities over the next three years, particularly for the 40th anniversary of Latin American House in 2023.

Candidates must be fluent in English and Spanish, and fluency in Portuguese is also desirable. 

For more information on this role and to make an application please click the "APPLY" button

The deadline for applications is Monday 17th January 2022

Latin American House (LAH), founded in 1983, aims to support Latin American people living or working in the UK, particularly those at risk or disadvantaged in Greater London, as well as other communities in our local area. LAH is a registered charity (Registered Charity 1127253). The organisation’s objectives include to promote and support Latin American communities by providing a base for the activities of groups, professionals, artists and the like, and to disseminate, stimulate and promote education, knowledge and understanding of Latin America and its cultures. 

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