Community Engagement Manager - HOME Slough 

We are seeking a dynamic, creative individual who is passionate about community engagement and the arts. The postholder will work across seven neighbourhoods in Slough to create a network of local ‘Creative Connectors’ who can inform and develop arts and cultural activity in their community.

The postholder will gain an understanding of local community aspiration and need and support them to identify activity and initiatives that meets that aspiration. They will take a lead role in facilitating information gathering, testing local arts activity, and supporting the development of skills and knowledge within local neighbourhoods.

The postholder will act as the central liaison and connecting role between both all the local neighbourhoods and will work closely with the HOME Slough Consortium partners.

The creation of a vibrant Creative Connectors community is central to the success of HOME Slough, this post plays a vital role in the delivery of this initiative. 

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Programme Manager


Rifco Arts (Lead Partner) on behalf of HOME Slough consortium


March 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter


Slough Borough Council area with some working at the office in the town centre but majority of time spent in and around the borough


£24-26,000 pro rata (depending on experience), 3 days a week. Fixed term until December 2017. The post will involve working unsocial hours including evenings, weekends and bank holidays


DBS clearance at Enhanced Level 


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For an informal conversation regarding the job role, your skills or experience, please contact Milan Govedarica, Programme Manager [email protected].

Applicants to submit the following information by email to Milan Govedarica, Programme Manager to [email protected]:

  • CV
  • Cover letter demonstrating how your skills and experience match the match the Job Description and the Person Specification. Please include key successes from previous roles? (max. 2 sides of A4)
  • A minimum of 2 references from the last 3 years
  • A completed Equal Opportunities form

Deadline:  Monday 20 February 2017 at 10.00

Interviews: w/c 20 February 2017 tbc