We’re Hiring: Communications and Programmes Officer

Gulbenkian UK Branch

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (UK Branch) is looking for a new Communications and Programmes Officer to support work across all programmes and deliver communications objectives.

The role is to work alongside our programmes focused on the Civic Role of Arts Organisations, Valuing the Ocean and Citizen Engagement on Climate, as well as supporting the work of our Head of Communications and Advocacy on corporate communications. 

This is an exciting time to join our growing team. We are pivoting our strategy to focus on the challenges posed by climate change to all of humanity, land and sea – and the critical role of public engagement in addressing these challenges – while continuing to champion community engagement in the arts sector by advocating organisations to embrace their ‘civic role’. 2022 will see major global moments for public engagement in these spaces, including the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon, COP27, and several events hosted by the Foundation and our partners.

Effective communications and collaboration are themes that run throughout all our work, and you will get to contribute to a variety of projects. You will be guided by a line manager and work with a diverse, friendly team in London, and with colleagues in our Head Office in Portugal. This is a brilliant opportunity for someone with 1-2 years of relevant experience looking for opportunities to learn and develop professionally.

If you have any queries, please send an email to [email protected], but note that no applications can be accepted via email. 

Please submit your application on Beapplied by midnight on 12 March.

 

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Updated on 25 february 2022

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