After a year of change, including moving to a new hub at St Pauls Learning Centre, launching a new website and piloting some exciting new projects we are now seeking an individual to join our small but busy team as a Membership Administrator.

This person will serve as the primary point of contact for our existing Members (PWLD), ensuring they are kept informed and connected with the organisation.

Additionally, the individual will assist in connecting with and welcoming new Members.

We are looking for someone who enjoys problem-solving, establishing systems, maintaining order, and staying organised. The candidate should also be willing to assist with miscellaneous tasks that arise in a small arts organisation.

As a member-led organization, we are seeking an individual who can demonstrate experience or interest in working with PWLD, whether through a paid role, volunteering, or other lived experiences.

The role is a 15-hour position to be delivered during our normal working days (Monday, Wednesday, and/or Friday) to align with our core activities and work alongside existing staff in the office.

Ideally, we prefer someone who can commit to at least two mornings (10 am – 2 pm) with the remaining hours negotiable. While we anticipate that all hours will be delivered on-site at our hub at the St. Paul’s Learning Centre due to the nature of the role, we are open to discussing alternative working arrangements if needed.

Please download a Job Pack which contain more info on the role and how to apply:

Alternative Large Text Job Pack below:

Closing date: Monday 17June 2024, 9 AM

Interview date/time: Wednesday 26 June 2024, between 10 AM – 5 PM

If you have any questions regarding the role please email

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