Working at MMC

Working at MMC

We're a specialist multicultural agency based in London.

Work with us

We look for ambitious and creative people who are passionate about diversity and creating a positive impact. If you are interested in a career at MMC and want to work on exciting, purpose-driven projects – then get in touch!

To send a speculative application, email your CV to and our talent team will be in touch.

MMC is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to a diverse and representative team. Whatever your race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, or disability – we want to hear from you.


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Community Ambassadors:

Salary: between £13 and £16 per hour and £10 per day subsistence

Location:This role is based on-the-ground with likelihood of Fri-Sun and evening working – whatever best suits the community engagement plan.

How to apply
Email with:

● Two referees will be required (one from a professional contact and one from a personal contact)

About the role
Are you passionate about supporting your community? Community-spirited? Do you like helping people improve their lives? Are you an effective communicator? Do you enjoy meeting people, discussing issues and listening to their concerns?

We are looking for community ambassadors from the following communities; South Asian, Black African and Caribbean, Polish, Eastern European and Latino, to help us in our mission to reduce inequalities across multicultural communities in the UK.

You’ll work on a range of campaigns, from Adoption, Diabetes Prevention, Help Us Help You Cancer Barriers, Mental Health, Violence Against Women (Enough) amongst others

This is a fixed short-term, paid role working in key cities and towns across the country, from Bristol to Bradford – areas with large multicultural communities. You’ll have the option to work in your city or town, or travel to other areas where we need to engage the communities there.

The role will involve:
Distributing materials (e.g. leaflets and posters) in community spaces
Distributing digital assets via your networks and digital channels (e.g. social media, websites, e-newsletters and WhatsApp groups)
Conversing with community members on the ground
Identifying alternative methods by which to raise campaign awareness
Working in a local team with a team lead providing support

1.1. Experience working with at least one or more of our target communities – South Asians, Black Africans and Caribbeans, Polish, Eastern Europeans and Latino
1.2. Ability to use networks, and a range of digital channels, as routes into target communities
1.3. Multilingual to ensure communication with the target communities
1.4. Good communication and team working skills
1.5. Project management and customer service skills
1.6. Literacy, numeracy and photography skills
1.7. Age 18+
1.9 DBS registered
1.10 Driving license desirable

1.1 Participating in check-in sessions to ascertain what has been delivered, engagement levels and feedback from the community
1.2 Participating in a final de-brief to ensure all activity is captured
1.3 Carrying out surveys

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2.1 A virtual briefing will be held to provide further information, including an opportunity to ask questions.
2.2 Subsequently, a briefing document will be shared (including a Q&A)
2.3 Regular contact with a designated account manager
2.4 A team lead to support on each campaign activation