Community Land Trust Network - London, United Kingdom
apply before March 15, 2023
Tasks: Communication, Management
Topics: Community Engagement, Empower & Participate, Urban Transformation
Type: Full-time, Remote
Experience required: Intermediate
Language: English is sufficient
Community Land Trusts – or CLTs – give ordinary people the means to steward land for local well-being; developing and managing homes and other assets important to their local community.
Community land trusts are democratic, non profit organisations that own and develop land for the benefit of the community.
They typically provide affordable homes, community gardens, civic buildings, pubs, shops, shared workspace, energy schemes and conservation landscapes.
About the role
This is a varied and exciting role. The communications and events officer works with team members across the organisation, gets to know our work deeply and has the opportunity to travel to meet our inspiring CLT members. You will see the impact of your work on CLTs and their achievements locally.
You will create compelling content across a variety of mediums from blogs and newsletters to video interviews, creating lobbying and campaign materials for groups to use and ensuring our website showcases the best of what we do, and helps CLTs to succeed.
You’ll also support the delivery of successful events that are highly valued by our members. At our last AGM, 100% of attendees said they would recommend attending to other members.
You’ll see wonderful people form connections, draw inspiration and go on to provide new homes that are really needed by their communities.
The challenges and opportunities for this role in the coming year include:
Contributing to our new strategy which sees us targeting our communications more strategically through our varied membership base.
Playing a key role in developing our monthly member-only webinar series and involved in delivering other events such as workshops and a national conference.