WE’RE RECRUITING a Project Coordinator
Salary: £23,000 – £25,000, 35 hours per week
Location: Magic Me’s office is in Bethnal Green, E2, east London
We are open to hybrid working at the office and elsewhere and will agree a pattern of work with the successful candidate
Magic Me is the UK’s leading provider of intergenerational arts activities and creative arts with care home residents, with a 30+ year track record. Our arts projects challenge young and older people to stretch themselves and what they think they can do and be. Participants learn new skills, share their ideas and feelings, and become comfortable collaborating with people who are different in age, ethnicity or life experience.
Magic Me has been awarded 3 years of public funding by Arts Council England, as we become one of their National Portfolio Organisations. From April 2023, this funding will support our ambitious programme of new work alongside growing our existing projects. We’re looking for a Project Coordinator to join us on this journey. Arts have a vital role to play in post-pandemic community building and this is a crucial and exciting time in Magic Me’s development.
We are searching for a Project Coordinator, with a strong connection to Tower Hamlets and the communities who live here. You will have some professional or personal experience organising events or workshops in a community setting, and enjoy making things happen through practical and administrative tasks. Through this role you will develop skills to confidently communicate with a wide range of people, build relationships and get conversations going.
“It is because of people like you that communities are stronger and people are more confident and less lonely. Thank you.” – Magic Me Participant
Are you able to?
- Coordinate project logistics and complete administrative tasks such as schedules, booking rooms, and organising refreshments?
- Attend project workshops in-person and online and support older and younger people to take part ?
- Communicate with older and younger people using a variety of mediums including email, telephone, face to face and text message to give information on projects?
- Collect and input monitoring and evaluation data to support us to tell more people about what we do?
Recruitment & Interview Timeline
Deadline for applications Monday 17 July, 12 Noon
Interviews will take place in-person Tuesday 25 July and Thursday 27 July at the Magic Me office, Bethnal Green (wheelchair accessible)
Magic Me will be operating a ‘blind’ recruitment process, whereby identifying factors (e.g. age, name, address) will be removed from applications during the shortlisting. This is to support a fair and unbiased recruitment process.
Please read the full recruitment pack before applying – Project Coordinator Recruitment Pack
If you think the role is right for you then follow the link to the application form here. The application is three questions, each with a word limit of 250 words and a CV.
Unsure if this role is for you?
If you would like an informal chat about the role, please contact Emily Bird (Project Manager) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07401 400 101
We are committed to being as accessible as possible, wherever we can, including application processes. We welcome any questions, feedback and suggestions or to discuss access requirements.
For any questions, to discuss access requirements or to arrange an audio/film application, please contact Kate Hodson (Programme Director) at email@example.com or 0203 222 6064
Featured Image by Jenna Selby and photo above by Holly Falconer