Jobs

Working at Pembroke House is a chance to unite with local people and organisations to build a better neighbourhood in Walworth.

You’ll join an ambitious organisation at an exciting time in its history, and become part of a friendly, close-knit team.

Vacancies

Walworth Living Room Community Cafe Manager

The Community Cafe at the Walworth Living Room is a new venture, led and supported by Pembroke House, a community organisation.  The Walworth Living Room has recently opened and the cafe will be the focal point. We are looking for a Cafe Manager who can build and run this Cafe.  Initially trading 3 days a week (Weds to Fri) with restricted hours from 10am to 3pm. We will look to expand these opening hours later in the year, including to Saturdays.

We want to create a Community Cafe that is self-sufficient yet in tune with the needs of the Community, a Cafe that can accommodate/balance the needs of the community and the need to be commercially viable!

Application Deadline: Tuesday 6th September 2022, 9 am GMT

Suitable candidates will be considered before the deadline, so get your applications in soon!
Interviews are expected to take place in person from the on the 13th September 2022.

Pembroke Academy of Music Project Manager

The Pembroke Academy of Music is an open-access music education programme
with a vision that all young people should have the opportunity to learn and grow
through high-quality engagement with music. PAM works toward this vision by
offering local children low-cost classical music instrumental instruction, providing
opportunities for them to perform and enjoy classical music and supporting their
personal development through music.


Having recently returned to in-person teaching following the pandemic lockdowns, Pembroke House sees this as a critical moment to review PAM’s vision and mission and reconsider what role it can play in the creative and cultural life of the Walworth area. To help lead this work we are seeking an experienced music educator who is excited not only to manage the delivery of the PAM programme, but to develop a strategic vision for the future of music education at Pembroke House, testing out new ideas along the way.

Application Deadline: Monday 5 September 2022, 9 am GMT

Pembroke Academy of Music Administrator 

The Pembroke Academy of Music is an open-access music education programme run by Pembroke House with a vision that all young people should have the opportunity to learn and grow through high-quality engagement with music. PAM works toward this vision by offering local children low-cost classical music instrumental instruction, providing opportunities for them to perform and enjoy classical music and supporting their personal development through music.

The role of the PAM Administrator is to manage all the logistical details of the PAM programme from organising the schedule to managing the instrument loan programme to coordinating field trips and overseeing the billing process. It requires that you are both organised and friendly as you are the first point of contact for the students. Your work ensures that PAM runs smoothly and that all students, tutors and volunteers experience the programme as well organised.

Application Deadline: Monday 5 September 2022, 9 am GMT

Caretaker/Handy Person – Facilities

The Caretaker is a new full-time role at the charity. You will work closely with the Facilities Manager to ensure our properties are well-maintained and provide a safe and welcoming environment to enable the charity’s wider plans.  You will be the eyes and ears of the Buildings Team, spotting, reporting and resolving problems. You will also play an important part to enable the charity to generate income from its buildings by servicing room bookings.  For example setting up rooms, equipment and refreshments as requested.

Please fill in this application form by 12th July 2022 5pm.

Coming Soon:

Projects Officer – Neighbourhood Engagement

This role will involve working across Walworth Neighbourhood Food Model and other Pembroke House projects. It will involve engagement with community members, volunteers, and other community projects and organisations. This role will require; excellent relationship building and project administration skills, a passion for food and its ability to bring people together and galvanise action, enthusiasm for working collaboratively with others and the proven ability to build good working relationships with people of all walks of life

Complete this quick form to be notified when this job description and application form goes live (expected early May).

Charity Trustee (Voluntary)

Ever thought about becoming a charity trustee? We’re looking for local trustees to support the governance of the organisation. Get in touch or come along to our open day to find out more.

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