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Join our team: Commercial Manager

Job Title: Commercial Manager (Full time)
Reporting To: Chief Executive
Salary: £34,000 per annum
Hours: 35 hours per week
Staff Responsibilities: Café / Events / Cleaning Team

About Us
After a successful £3 million fundraising campaign, Oxford House is reopening with a new café, a gallery, a theatre and a restored 19th Century chapel. Established in 1884 as the first ‘settlement house’ to promote education and alleviate the impact of poverty in the East End, Oxford House has always had the local community at its heart and will be home to 30 small businesses and charities. Our refurbished building will re-open in June with an exciting programme of arts and heritage activities.

About the Role
The Commercial Manager is a new post responsible for maximising the income from these commercial and social opportunities. You will ensure that they meet agreed financial contributions to the charity through our venue hire and cafe/ bar operation. You will also be responsible for the operational running of the venue.
Oxford House is run by a small and dedicated team and this is a very much a hands-on role, expected to drive sales and contribute to operational delivery whilst also setting strategy and being accountable for long-term growth. You will have a proven track record in events and operational management and launching/developing food and drinks offer.
It’s a fabulous opportunity to be part of our exciting future where you can combine commercial acumen with social purpose.

Please download the Job Pack

Please download information about the Heritage Project.

To apply please send a CV, supporting statement and Diversity Monitoring Form to

Deadline for applications: 12 noon, Monday 15 April 2019.
Interview to be held on 25 or 26 April 2019.

Due to the high number and quality of applications received to date we are not able to respond to each applicant individually. We thank you all for your interest. Shortlisted candidates will be notified directly and invited for interview.