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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Lead

The Roundhouse Trust
£30000 per annum
Closing date
4 Feb 2022

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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Lead
Chalk Farm, London, UK
£30,000 per annum (£50,000 pro rata)

About the Roundhouse:

The Roundhouse is a hub of inspiration where artists and emerging talent create extraordinary work and where young people can grow creatively as individuals. We believe in the power of creativity to change lives. By giving young people the chance to engage with the arts through our music, media and performance projects, we inspire them to reach further, dream bigger, and achieve more.

About you:

We welcome applications from people who feel they can bring their own experiences and ideas to the table and empower those around them to do the same. We encourage those currently underrepresented across the cultural sector and all intersections of our diverse society to apply.

The Role:

This exciting new role will build on and strategically grow the Roundhouse’s work in EDI, ensuring this is embedded in everything we do as an organisation. Reporting into the Executive team, this role will support our ambition to build a fully inclusive culture in line with the Roundhouse’s values.

The successful candidate will be someone who is able to both bring their expertise and specialist knowledge to this role as well as their passion for driving change and achieving impact.

For more information please download the full job description from our website and if you would like to apply, and feel you have the skills and experience we are looking for, please click “Apply Now” to complete your application by 5pm on the 4th February 2022.

Contract: Permanent
Hours: 3 days per week
Salary: £30,000 per annum (£50,000 pro rata)
Interviews: 10th February 2022

All personal data submitted to the Roundhouse in the form of personal details forms is used for recruitment purposes and equal opportunities reporting only. By submitting a personal details form, you consent to the Roundhouse retaining your personal data for these purposes. Personal details forms contain your name, address and details relating to your gender, religion and nationality. All forms are anonymised before use. In accordance with GDPR all information submitted by unsuccessful applicants will be deleted within six months.


From modest Victorian beginnings – beginning life in 1846 as a steam-engine repair shed – to legendary cultural venue, the Roundhouse has an enviable heritage. The Grade II* listed building is now home to a bold and exciting programme of live music, theatre, dance, circus, installations and new media.

Young people are at the heart of everything we do. They're on our board and help plan and perform at our events. We offer a year-round schedule of creative projects for 11–25 year olds in 24 state-of-the-art studios, where facilities include TV, radio and music production, media suites and rehearsal rooms for music and performance.

It's the interaction between artists on stage and 11–25s that makes the Roundhouse unique.
Young people have interviewed Paul McCartney for Roundhouse Radio, filmed a documentary on NoFit State circus, and worked with Apple to deliver live streaming of events.

The Roundhouse employs about 105 permanent staff in a wide range of roles to help raise the £3m we need each year towards our artistic programme and work with young people.

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