Cultural Community Coordinator, Your Trust


Job Summary

The purpose of the role is to work with Touchstones Team to connect local communities with our cultural and creative engagement activities.

Job Description


The purpose of the role is to work with Touchstones Team to connect local communities with our cultural and creative engagement activities. This includes identifying the gaps and needs of cultural provision in the Borough, ensuring we provide an inclusive and culturally relevant creative programme which is reflective of our diverse communities, developing and maintaining strong relationships with delivery partners within the voluntary and community sector, facilitating creative sessions with artists, and carrying out consultation and evaluation activities with communities.


Your Trust are committed to being an employer of choice and offer competitive salaries and a wide range of benefits, including access to:

Best of Friends Events Membership

Competitive Pay Rates

Employee Assistance Programme

Excellent Pension Scheme

Free Gym Membership

Learning and Development Opportunities

Occupational Sick Pay


We are a charity based in Rochdale that aims to support every member of our diverse community to live their best life; inspiring them to be healthier, happier and creative people.

As an organisation we encourage an environment which is inclusive to all therefore we welcome applications from people from all backgrounds and with all different kinds of life experiences

All positions are subject to a DBS Check appropriate to the role

If you have any queries please call 01706 926215 and quote the job reference number

Job Requirements


Qualified to Level 3 or equivalent in a culture, health or community field or qualified by experience

Experience of facilitating community sessions and / or consultation to develop an understanding of local need

Experience of leading and running or supporting the delivery of community events

Experience of working collaboratively and in a busy team

Experienced and highly motivated self-starter with ability to motivate communities with resilience, determination and see projects through to completion

Familiar with guidelines for risk assessments, health and safety and safeguarding for vulnerable adults and children

A passion for the local community and for making art, culture and creativity accessible for everyone

An understanding of the voluntary, community, faith, and social enterprise sector

How to Apply

If you wish to apply for this role, please visit

Here you will find more details and our Online Application Form.  All applications must be made using the Your Trust Online Application Form as we do not accept CVs

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