Southwark, London, Greater London




About the organisation

Our vision: A world where everyone feels part of a community

At Time & Talents, we ... Read more

Job Description

Do you want to help build a world where everyone feels part of a community? We're seeking someone with excellent organisational skills, marketing experience, and a passion for community, to provide administrative and marketing support to our programme at T&T.

What we do

At Time & Talents, we create fun, friendship, and mutual support, to build a world where everyone feels part of a community. 131 years old, last year, we worked with around 300 isolated older people, and around 5000 people of all ages including children and families from the wider community, from two unique venues in Rotherhithe and Canada Water. With so much happening, we need someone to help us keep on top of our growing administrative, marketing, and venue management work – as well as pitching in with exciting projects, such as our Cycling Without Age initiative. 

The role

Working from our beautiful heritage building based in mature gardens in leafy Rotherhithe, in this role, you’ll:

  • Keep things organised and ship-shape by providing administrative support to the programme management team – from correspondence and filing to calendar management and cash handling
  • Deal with enquiries and make bookings for our spaces using our new bookings system – dealing directly with the customers who hire for parties, events, and activities
  • Help deliver our creative marketing and outreach across social, print, web-based media, face to face
  • Organise regular Cycling Without Age meetings (our intergenerational cycling project)
  • Be a part of the day to day life of a lively, busy community centre where no two days are the same

About you

You must be highly organised, have excellent literacy and numeracy skills, and a good knowledge of a wide range of marketing tools. You’ll need experience of working in a customer facing environment, and preferably, have experience of, or a demonstrable passion for, working in a community setting, with people with a wide range of needs and abilities. Most of all, you’ll need to be flexible enough to turn your hand to different tasks across the organisation – this is a great opportunity to ‘learn the ropes’ of a charity in a great setting.

About us

Based in the tranquil oasis of a beautiful old mortuary – nicer than it sounds! - and surrounded by mature gardens, you’ll work with an energetic, experienced, and passionate team, with a lively sense of humour. You’ll have the chance to make a big contribution to a growing, ambitious organisation which has doubled its reach and impact over the last 3 years. 

If you'd like to join us, apply now - we can't wait to hear from you!

TO APPLY: Send a CV and a cover letter of no more than one page, explaining why you want the job, and how your experience relates to the job description and person specification.

IMPORTANT: We will be using covering letters to assess applications alongside CVs. Please ensure you take the time to include a well-written covering letter as detailed above, or we won't be able to assess your application.

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