Equality at the RSL
The RSL supports equal opportunities, and the ethos of respect and compassion for each other and the communities we work with runs through everything we do. We believe literature is for everyone, regardless of their ethnicity, gender identity, disability, culture, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We value and celebrate diversity and encourage applications from people under-represented in the creative industries, particularly candidates from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities, and disabled candidates.
£29,000–£32,000 per annum (full time, permanent)
We are currently seeking a Communications Manager to join our team. As the successful applicant, you will take lead responsibility for our communications and audience engagement. You will have experience in managing a complex workload, meeting numerous deadlines, and will thrive as part of a small busy team. You will have experience of maintaining and developing relationships with partners and other stakeholders. You will enjoy applying your passion for literature and excellent project management skills to deliver a new digital strategy and updated website.
Applications must be submitted online using the link below. Do not upload a CV or any other documents – we will assess your application solely on the information given in your application form, which should not include any identifying information. We do not work with recruitment agencies.
This role is now closed for applications. All applicants will be contacted in the week of 12 July.
Advisor to the RSL’s Finance and Human Resources Committee
We are seeking up to two advisors to join our Finance and Human Resources Committee, supporting the growth of the organisation over the next four years. Full details about the role and how to apply can be found here.
The RSL has a dedicated team of Volunteers who help us run our London-based events. Find out more about volunteering.