Join us, and do!
The Royal Docks recruitment campaign has launched! Join us, and help lead one of the UK’s most important regeneration projects.
Our team is growing. From project management to marketing, events to economics, 18 new posts are available across many different fields and to suit a wide variety of experience.
There has never been a more exciting time to be part of the Royal Docks team; over the next five years, we’ll be working with local people and businesses to redesign public spaces, launch a world-class programme of events, and nurture affordable, accessible, and attractive workspaces. Download our What We’re Doing document to read more, and apply if you'd like to play a role in bringing these plans to life.
We’d particularly like to encourage applications from people who live locally. We will be holding a jobs fair in the Royal Docks in the next few weeks, for people to find out more about the roles and to meet the team. So get in touch if you would like to register your interest and please include the role you’re interested in in the subject heading.
For further information on the roles and how to apply, click here.
Roles in the Royal Docks Team
Head of cultural programme and partnerships
Senior development manager
Economic development lead
Community relations manager
Senior programme manager
Monitoring and reporting manager
Project manager (Good Growth and workspace)
Project manager (employment and skills)
Digital marketing and communications manager
Communications and liaison manager
Community engagement officer
Business support officer
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