Events Executive/Manager – Jewish Chronicle

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Events Executive/Manager – Jewish Chronicle

Contract Type



Full time


Central London





Closing date

Applications accepted on a rolling basis

A great opportunity for an experienced Events Manager to work for a company with vast history who has been serving the Jewish community for over 182 years. Our offi ce is based in Central London and you will be required to work 5 days a week in the office.

As Event Manager, your responsibilities would include planning, coordinating, and executing various events such as community gatherings, political events, panel discussions, and cultural events. You would collaborate with internal teams, community organisations, and sponsors to ensure successful events are aligned with the brand’s mission and values. This would involve developing event concepts, themes, budgets and managing logistical aspects. You would also coordinate with senior managers to promote events through different channels, manage event timelines, schedules, and budgets, oversee event setup, and coordinate with speakers and community leaders to meet their needs. Additionally, you would evaluate event success and gather feedback for continuous improvement, while staying updated on

Jewish community trends and relevant topics to bring innovative ideas to the table.

Job Description:

– Plan, coordinate and execute a variety of events for the JC, including community gatherings, political events, panel discussions and cultural events.

– Collaborate with internal teams, the Community Editor, community organisations and sponsors to deliver successful events that align with the brand’s mission and values.

– Develop event concepts, themes and budgets, and manage all logistical aspects, including venue selection, catering (when required), audio-visual equipment, branding and logistics.

– Coordinate with senior managers to promote events through various channels, including print, website and social media.

– Manage event timelines, schedules and budgets to ensure smooth execution and cost-effectiveness.

– Oversee event set-up, including design, seating arrangements and marketing materials.

– Coordinate with CEO, Editor, speakers, panelists and community leaders to ensure their needs are met and that they have a positive experience at events .

– Evaluate event success and gather feedback from attendees, sponsors and internal stakeholders for continuous improvement.

– Stay updated on Jewish community trends, cultural practices and relevant topics to bring innovative ideas to the table.


Full time role – central London based.

– Qualification in event management, marketing, communications or a related field.

– Proven experience in event coordination, preferably in the media or non-profit sector.

– Strong organisational and project management skills, with the ability to multitask and meet deadlines.

– Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to effectively collaborate with internal teams, community organisations and sponsors.

– Creative thinking and problem-solving abilities to develop unique event concepts and overcome challenges.

– Familiarity with Jewish culture, traditions and community dynamics.

– Flexibility to work evenings and weekends as required by event schedules.

– Passion for journalism and a commitment to promoting Jewish values and community.

For more information and to be personally recommended for the role, please contact

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