Exciting opportunity to join the UKBAA team
UK Business Angels Association is looking for a bright and efficient Programme Coordinator to support both the core operations of the business and to manage a number of new programmes and projects that add value to our member services and help to build the Angel and Early Stage ecosystem
You will be directly co-ordinating a number of new programmes and some existing projects. Your role would be help co-ordinate these projects and programmes from planning and development stage and on to successful delivery. These key programme areas include:
• UK -wide roll out of a new angel investing e-learning programme
• Development of a series of Angel Hubs as co-working and networking spaces for angel investors in collaboration with partners in key city locations around the UK.
• A series of technology showcase events in partnership with the Mayor of London
• A three-week tech festival in partnership with Liverpool council in 2018
Your role will be to directly support the sales and development function of the business. You will have overall responsibility to the CEO and operational responsibility to the Head of Membership and Developments, also working closely with the Events and Operations Manager
Key Skills and Experience required:
• Educated to degree level
• Excellent communication skills, both written & spoken English
• Experience in managing projects or programmes
• Highly organised
• Excellent attention-to-detail
• Experience of working to deadlines
• Experience in working with CRMs
• Strong IT skills – able to use Outlook, Excel and Word to a reasonable standard
• Good at problem solving
• Able to prioritise and take responsibility for own workload
• Able to work on own initiative and collaboratively as part of a team
• Experience of working in finance, entrepreneurship, or business environment is desirable
Full time Position: based at UKBAA Offices, Chancery House, 53-64 Chancery Lane WC2A 1QS.
Hours: 09.15 to 6.15 with one hour for lunch. However, you would be expected to work flexibly to meet project deadlines and there could be some evening events for which time off in lieu is possible.
Travel: There will also be some travel in UK to support regional projects.
Holiday: 27 days Annual leave plus bank holidays
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter, giving details of your experience and track record in relation to the core skills and experience required outlined above. Please also refer to two projects or programmes that you have previously worked on, outlining how your experience would be suitable for this role.
Also please provide details of two relevant references (these would not be contacted unless you were offered the position).
Send your applications to: Emma Pawlowski: [email protected]
For further information contact: Roderick Beer: 0207 492 0490
Closing Date: 26th October 2017