Historic Royal Palaces is the independent charity that looks after the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, the Banqueting House, Kew Palace and Hillsborough Castle & Gardens.
HRP is currently planning a large scale ‘Superbloom’ flower installation for the Tower moat in 2022. Alongside this exciting and unique moment in the Tower’s history, we are planning a pan-London communities project to engage local community groups in creating their own ‘superbloom’ with a focus on gardening for well-being.
As Assistant Community Producer, you will be part of a project team working closely with the Community Partnership Manager, and Community Partnership Producers to deliver high quality outcomes for community groups. You will play a key role in liaising with community groups, freelancers and staff, coordinating events onsite and online and providing the level of administrative organisation that is so essential to the project’s success.
Assistant Digital Producer Requirements:
You will be a ‘people-person’ and have proven experience in providing excellent customer service, preferably in a visitor attraction, education, community or arts/heritage setting . You will have a demonstrable interest in working with community groups across a range of audiences but in particular with children, young people and families.
You will have the strong organisational, communication and administration skills needed to support the planning and delivery of a busy programme of events, activities and projects. Ideally, you will have experience in managing databases compliant with GDPR laws. You’ll be IT literate and a competent user of word, excel and outlook. You will be able to work flexibly as occasional evening and weekend working may be required to deliver community events onsite and at community venues.
Above all, you must be able to work as part of a team, working collaboratively with colleagues, volunteers and partners and will excel in developing strong working relationships.
If you think you have the enthusiasm, energy, skills and experience to join a team that delivers sector-leading, community, school and public programmes, we would love to hear from you.
Please include a covering letter outlining why you would like to be considered for this role.
Salary: £27,702 pro rata
Location: Based at the Tower of London with frequent home working and travel to other sites
Job Type: Temporary/Seasonal
Hours: 4 days per week, Tuesday to Friday 09:00 - 17:15 (28.8 hours). Occasional weekend and evening working
Closing date: 25th January 2022
Interviews: W/C 25th January 2022
You may have experience of the following: Creative Digital Producer, Digital Content Producer, Content Manager, Event Executive, Website Content, Website Editor etc.
Ref: 105 883