Communications Manager

a space’ arts are look­ing for an expe­ri­enced pro­fes­sion­al with excel­lent com­mu­ni­ca­tion and dig­i­tal skills and a strong work eth­ic to join the team

09:00 13/02/23
£28,000 (dependant on experience)
Contact Name
Mary Cork
‘a space’ arts Communications department is a small and dynamic team, responsible for promoting the organisation’s multiple project strands, activities and partnerships. The Communications team ensure that a broad and diverse range of audiences engage with our projects and activities, and look to support ‘a space’ arts wider commitments to sustainability, community, and social equity.

The Communications Manager will be responsible for developing and implementing strategic communication plans that coherently present multiple projects to build public awareness of our cultural activities. Key to the role is the ability to generate new commercial opportunities through communications plans that drive sponsorships, sales, private hires and ticketed events to support delivering a new business plan.

Having secured Arts Council England NPO funding for 2023-2026 and working with the National Lottery Heritage Fund to support GHT, this is an exciting time to join the organisation.

The role is full-time (40 hours per week/option for flexible working) with a salary of up to 28k depending on experience.

To apply for this role please send the following information to with the subject line clearly stating ‘Communications Manager’

– A completed Equal Opportunities form
– A CV detailing all relevant career highlights, personal experiences and contact details
– A covering letter on one side of A4 outlining:
-Why you are suitable for the role?
-What motivates you to take on this role at this point of your life/career?
– How you would approach delivering the role in the first three months?