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21 Sep, 2022
Job Opportunity: Cultural Membership & Secretariat Officer

Chelmsford City Council’s, Cultural Services team are recruiting a Cultural Membership and Secretariat Officer.

Do you believe in the power of arts, culture, and heritage to stimulate the economy, improve health and wellbeing, better connect our communities, and put Chelmsford on the map? Would you like an exciting role that puts you at the epicentre of three partners all striving for a culturally ambitious Chelmsford?

It’s been ten years since Chelmsford was granted City status and there have been many notable achievements in that time. This unique and varied opportunity working with the City Council’s Cultural Services department and its partners, you will help to deliver an ambitious next decade for the entire district.

As Cultural Membership and Secretariat Officer you will enjoy the collaborative nature of this role which will include oversight of Ignite Chelmsford, supporting the administration of an independent Trust, Culture Chelmsford and working with the newly formed Local Cultural Education Partnership.

If you love growing a database of engaged, interested andpassionate members and you have a friendly and conscientious attitude you’ll excel in this role. We’re looking for someone who can make things happen and is happy working with key frameworks like policies and charity commission guidelines.

If that sounds like you and you’re passionate about Chelmsford and dont mind a few late evenings and weekend working then you can shape this role into your perfect opportunity.

To apply and view further details for this role including the job description, just click here

The deadline for applications will be midnight on October 4th
Interviews to be hosted 10th October

Useful information:
Ignite Chelmsford
Culture Chelmsford
Chelmsford’s Local Cultural Education Partnership


Chelmsford City Council is committed to safeguarding vulnerable groups and expects all employees to share this commitment and have a range of policies and procedures in place which promote safer working practices across our services. The Council’s Safer Recruitment process contains pre-employment vetting which includes training, obtaining references and ensuring compliance with the Disclosure and Barring Service process.

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