We have two exciting opportunities to work in our Communications department.
Lighthouse runs an ambitious programme that examines the social, political and cultural potential of connectivity, collaboration and immersive experience through exhibitions, commissions, residencies, performances, events and mentorship and talent development schemes. We work with some of the world’s most important and influential artists, filmmakers, musicians, producers, designers and other creatives. To help us tell our stories to the world, we are looking for:
Communications and Development Manager
We are looking for an ambitious and influential Communications & Development Manager to join Lighthouse and become an integral part of our Senior Management team. This is an opportunity to implement strategic planning, boost entrepreneurial activity and income, initiation, and optimising growth to Lighthouse. Duties will include identifying opportunities to communicate impact through our commissions, residencies, exhibitions, campaigns and events. The role involves developing creative content and strong copywriting across all Lighthouse platforms.
Communications and Operations Assistant
We are looking for an organised and enthusiastic individual who will support our team, provide excellent customer care, and help run our building and communications smoothly. The successful candidate will enjoy working with the public and will take pride in helping our visitors enjoy their experience with Lighthouse. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in communications and operations in the arts, in a supportive and friendly working environment and a stimulating atmosphere to work and learn.
Lighthouse welcomes applications from all areas of the community and individuals with experience gained across a wide range of sectors such as education, community youth projects, underground music promotion or production, or training in creative technology. We welcome applications from black and minority ethnic individuals, who are currently underrepresented in the arts sector.
The skills and abilities required for this role may have been developed outside of a paid professional context, such as volunteering, work experience and personal projects.
Lighthouse is a UK Living Wage employer.
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