London Design Festival's role is to celebrate and promote London as the world’s design capital and gateway to the international design community with a reputation as one of the largest and most exciting design events in the world. This year the Festival will run from 15 - 23 September 2018 with over 400 events and installations on offer across the capital, from a major exhibition programme at the V&A to citywide landmark projects, alongside 300 partners and design districts all participating across the nine day Festival.

 

The team are now looking for experienced staff to help coordinate and deliver a range of projects and events. If you would like to join our highly motivated and succesful team please see the current vacacies below. 

 

 

 

PROJECT MANAGER

 

London Design Festival is looking for an experienced project manager to work with the projects team on the delivery of Landmark projects and commissions for this year’s Festival. As project manager you will work closely with the internal project team across all aspects of your assigned projects whilst working with external members of the team to co-ordinate the successful development and delivery of a range of installations.

 

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PROJECT ASSISTANT

 

London Design Festival is looking for an experienced project assistant to work with the project management team on the delivery of projects and events for this year’s Festival. The role will involve providing support to London Design Festival project managers as and when needed and working closely with internal and external members of the project team to co- ordinate the successful development and delivery of a range of projects and events.

 

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DIGITAL ASSISTANT

 

London Design Festival is looking for an enthusiastic, experienced and proactive Digital Communications Assistant to support our digital communications campaign pre, during and post the 2018 Festival. The role will involve working closely with the Communications Assistant, Partnerships Manager and Partner Co-Ordinator to successfully implement the development and delivery of a range of digital activities and deliverables across CRM, social media and the website.  This role will report into the Group Head of Communications, providing key support in the office and during the Festival.

 

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