Go to website

Reference: 72404

Date Added: 20 August 2019
Closing Date: 16 September 2019

Job Title: Community Manager

Working For: The Rain Cloud Westminster

Location: London

Salary: £22,500-£24,000 per annum

Job Details

The Rain Gods Ltd operates a co-working space and incubator for small companies and charities looking to bring innovation to government and the public-sector, called the Rain Cloud. We opened our doors in 2016 as the first space of its kind in the world, located in Westminster, just a few minutes walk from many of the largest government departments, Westminster City Council and dozens of public sector organisations.

Approximately 85-90 people, known as members, and 16-20 organisations are based in the space, all trying to fix the broken parts of government and the public sector. Many involve MPs, Peers and Councillors on their boards or as customers of their services. We cover all political opinions among our members.

We need someone to support our community with web and social media management, front of house, workspace oversight and community-building. You can be a part of making a real difference by supporting a diverse range of tech start-ups, think tanks, charities and micro enterprises, leading a community of politically and socially active individuals with the drive to make things better.

You might be young and looking to kick off a career working with start-ups, getting into public policy or an entry point to digital marketing. Or you could have a few years of work experience and be looking for a more fulfilling job than whatever you have been doing, helping the world become a better place. Your qualifications are not that important, but your drive and desire is.

Closing Date: 16 September 2019

Interview/Start Dates

Deadline for applications: 6pm on the closing date

First interviews: 20 or 24 September (tbc)

Start date: By agreement

Application Details

Read the rest of the details here, including where to send your CV:


Website: http://www.therainclouds.com

Additional Notes