GLYPT are looking for a Community Programme Manager

We are looking for a dynamic Community Programme Manager to join our team  By using artistic experiences to create platforms for cultural sharing, our Community Programme Manager will aim to bring the diverse and sometimes isolated communities of Greenwich & Lewisham together, curate our programme of events, activities and supportive programmes, including music and comedy nights, a club night for the ALD (Adults with Learning Difficulties) community and the annual Woolwich Carnival – of which GLYPT is a Partner.



Deadline 5th October 2018

Open Until:

Posted: 10/03/2022

The Community Programme Manager leads, develops and delivers GLYPT’s
Community Engagement Programme at The Tramshed, and has a remit to diversify
and extend the reach of GLYPT’s audiences – particularly those experiencing
barriers to access. Programming responsibilities include a series of music and
comedy nights and tailored events for the ALD (Adults with Learning Difficulties)
community. The post holder is also responsible for overseeing the delivery of the
Woolwich Carnival (in partnership with the Woolwich Carnival Association) offering
project management and production support. In addition, they engage the wider
community through a programme of building hires at The Tramshed as well as running workshops and consultation events designed to build links and deepen
understanding of local communities.



Essential skills and abilities:
– Experience of working within the arts, voluntary or community sector at
manager level;
– Experience of identifying new opportunities and designing projects in
collaboration with partners
– Experience of managing a complex slate of projects, and coordinating
multiple stakeholders; 
– Ability to initiate, plan, prioritise & manage a varied workload, sometimes in a
pressurised environment, keeping to deadlines; 
– Ability to work well as part of a team & support colleagues to meet
organisational goals; a willingness to work in a flexible & co-operative way;
– Experience of using a computer & familiarity with a variety of packages. 
– Experience of coordinating & maintaining efficient & effective administrative
– Knowledge of monitoring and evaluation
Desirable skills and abilities: 
– Experience of working with a variety of community groups and individuals 
– Knowledge of the local area
– Experience of working on arts events
Awareness & commitment to health & safety, inclusivity & safeguarding issues; 
– Willingness to attend relevant training as required;
A genuine enthusiasm for community arts; 
– Friendly & positive outlook; 
– Good communication skills both over the phone & in written correspondence;
To apply:
Completed Applications & Monitoring forms should be sent by email to
courtneytherese@glypt.co.uk with ‘Community Programme Manager in the subject.
The deadline for completed applications is 12pm on Friday 5 October, 2018
First round interviews will be held on Thursday 11 October and Friday 12 October,

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