As a member of the team, you have a real opportunity to help us shape our work and the impact we can have. You will be part of a team where everyone plays a role to make the organisation more sustainable. We’re innovative and respond to the needs of our communities.
Our organisation is driven by the following values:
We’re a Living Wage employer. Our team represents diverse professional backgrounds. Working at The Ubele Initiative involves a flexible approach that fits in with your needs and projects.
Benefits of working at Ubele Initiative
• 20 days annual leave + UK bank holidays
• Employer contribution to your pension
• Hybrid working with staff working 1 day per week in our London based office; this is subject to regular review
• All staff have access to Bright Wellbeing 24hr advice line and counselling service
• All Staff have access to Bright Safe Health & Safety management software and a variety of training courses
• Opportunity to train in Mental Health First Aid
• Contribute to our wellbeing initiatives
• Attend Ubele awaydays, annual retreat, local and international courses, learning sessions and social events.
Staff have the option to work out of one of our spaces, Wolves Lane Horticultural site which is based in North London or 3Space International House located in Brixton, South London. These spaces offer great opportunities for networking and meeting great thinkers, established businesses and entrepreneurs. Meeting new people from diverse backgrounds will enable you to grow and acquire more knowledge. We have adopted the office occasional hybrid working model where staff meet on designated days for collaboration and teamwork.
We have a committed approach to learning and development. As a staff member you will have access to the events, learning bites and workshops we host, as well as mentor support. Our team attends one week training in Europe each year.
We’re always eager to meet fresh talent, so look out for open positions.
If you have any questions regarding current vacancies or would be interested in joining our team and sending us your CV contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for an experienced, energetic and self-motivated project manager, who has extensive project management and community engagement experience. You will have previously managed projects of a similar value which include complex stakeholder and community engagement and stakeholder coordination across a variety of different groups including but not limited to businesses, residents and community groups.
You will have experience in business development, including fundraising, financial planning and marketing in order to create a sustainable project than can continue after the year 1 revenue funding from the GLA has run out.
You will be able to work seamlessly and collaboratively with the project team and project partnership but be equally confident working independently, communicating consistently and clearly with colleagues and those involved. You will be confident in your ability to bring together different groups to work collaboratively towards a collective goal, and creatively problem solve and mitigate risk to reduce delays.
It is vital that the project is delivered on time and within budget. Ambitious timescales associated with the project mean that you will need to be a quick learner who can hit the ground running once you start.