Jobs and opportunities

Charleston is a cultural centre which welcomes everyone to engage with the radical spirit of the Bloomsbury group and their attempts to live life differently: artistically, politically and socially. Alongside the house and garden, we run a year-round programme of exhibitions, performances, talks, fairs, workshops, and a portfolio of festivals including Charleston Festival, Small Wonder Festival and Festival of the Garden.

As we prepare to reopen Charleston in April 2021, there are some exciting opportunities to join our enthusiastic and dynamic team. 

Current job opportunities

Marketing and Communications Manager

We are seeking a strategic, creative and proactive individual with ideas, energy and enthusiasm to promote Charleston’s house, studio, garden, exhibitions, festivals and events programme to new and existing audiences.

The Marketing and Communications Manager will develop and deliver integrated marketing campaigns to raise Charleston’s profile, maximise ticket sales and drive audience engagement. Developing a broader audience is a key objective for The Charleston Trust, and this new role will be central in helping to achieve this objective by expanding our audience groups onsite, offsite, and digitally.

For more information and to apply, please download the recruitment pack

Deadline for applications: midnight on Sunday 13 December 2020
Interviews: will be held via Zoom on Wednesday 16 December 2020

Digital Content Manager

We are seeking an innovative storyteller with ideas, energy and enthusiasm to develop and deliver high quality, audience-centered digital content and experiences for Charleston’s existing and new audiences, online and in-person.

Developing a broader audience is a key objective for The Charleston Trust and this new role will be central in helping to achieve this objective by developing an editorial strategy, and managing Charleston’s digital platforms and social channels to create and share inspiring, inclusive and innovative content to raise Charleston’s profile and drive audience engagement.

For more information and to apply, please download the recruitment pack

Deadline for applications: midnight on Monday 14 December 2020
Interviews: will be held via Zoom on Friday 18 December 2020

 

Volunteer opportunities

We offer many volunteering opportunities, from helping with mailings and organising events, to weeding the garden and working with our curatorial team. Please visit our Volunteering page for current opportunities and to find out more.

 

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