Events and Education Manager Role at The Royal Society of Literature

The Royal Society of Literature (RSL) is Britain’s national charity for the advancement of literature. Their world-class events programme offers an unparalleled opportunity to explore literature’s rich past and engage with the writers shaping its future, through around 20 events per year. RSL’s schools’ outreach programme, delivered in partnership with education charity First Story, is a crucial part of the RSL’s activities, and one which they hope to expand as they work towards bicentenary in 2020.

They are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Events and Education Manager to play a central role in engaging the public in literature through events and education programmes at the RSL.

As the successful applicant, you will take lead responsibility for public events and schools outreach programmes, applying your passion for literature and excellent project management skills to the role. You will have experience in managing a complex workload, meeting numerous deadlines and the ability to maintain and develop relationships with partners, sponsors and trustees.

If appointed, you will join the sociable, hard-working team of five in RSL’s small office in Somerset House and receive one-to-one support from the Director, Molly Rosenberg.

Please find the job description and person specification here.

To apply, please use the application form and guidelines here. Do not send a CV or any other attachments.

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 25 April 2018 at 12 noon.

Interviews will take place at Somerset House on Wednesday 2 May.

Once you have read the information carefully, if there is anything else you need to know before applying, please contact Annette Brook, Communications Manager annette@rsliterature.org

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