Marketing & Communications Officer

Marketing & Communications Officer
Employer: London Irish Centre Charity
Salary: £23,000 - £25,000
Location: London

The London Irish Centre Charity is the heart of the Irish community in London. The charity provides care, culture and community to the Irish across London, working from the iconic London Irish Centre in Camden Town.

We are currently recruiting for a Marketing and Communications Officer to plan and implement the charity’s annual Marketing and Communications plan. This is an exciting, diverse and rewarding role for an ambitious, creative and community-minded person to get involved in the work of a deep-rooted but forward-thinking charity. A strong knowledge of the Irish community and culture is essential for this role.

The charity runs a diverse and busy mix of projects, events and services and the post-holder will play a central role in the messaging and promotion of the charity’s work. The successful candidate will become the hub for all communication coming in and out of the charity and will work closely with the Senior Leadership Team and Managers at the core of the charity as the voice of the London Irish Centre.

This is an exciting opportunity to develop and implement an organisation-wide community strategy, raise brand awareness and grow the organisation’s audiences both on and offline.

Application packs are available online at, by emailing, or from our Reception on 020 7916 2222.

The deadline for applications is 9am Monday the 3rd of June.

We will be conducting the interviews the following week, date to be confirmed, and they will be held at our venue in Camden.

The London Irish Centre is a London Living Wage and Equal Opportunities employer.

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