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 away days, 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
Are you passionate about developing black and racially minoritized organisations and groups with their community assets?
If yes, then we have an exciting opportunity for you!
Agbero 2100 Programme Manager
We are looking for an experienced Programme Manager to support our Community Wealth Building Hub with the national delivery of the Agbero 2100 programme; working with our strategic partners The Wolves Lane Centre, OrganicLea, Black Rootz and Kinaara CIC, Ubele directors and other programme leads and managers within the programme portfolio.
Full time Contract, Part Remote Working
Closing date: 3 Mar 2024
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£33,000 plus 3% employer pension contribution.
Young Emerging Leaders Collective (YELC) Programme Coordinator
Learning and Practice
£33,000 plus 3% employer pension contribution.
Ubele offers a flexible, remote model with regular travel to our London office and other meeting locations.
5 days per week
20 days plus 8 days public holidays
1-year fixed term with the possibility of extension subject to funding
This role is a fixed-term, one-year with the possibility of an extension, to coordinate the Young Emerging Leaders Collective (YELC) programme, supporting young Black and racialised people in developing their leadership skills and tackling social justice issues that impact them and their communities. As the Programme Coordinator, you will play a crucial role in designing and delivering a transformative programme, fostering a supportive community, and empowering the next generation of changemakers.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants are asked to submit a CV and a one page supporting statement covering the below points:
Why you are interested in the role.
How you meet the requirements set out in the person specification.
Applications should be submitted to email@example.com.
Closing date: 29th February 2024
Interviews are expected to be held w/c 18th March 2024
About The Ubele Initiative
The Ubele Initiative (TUI) was established in 2014 as an African Diaspora-led intergenerational social enterprise. Our mission is helping to build more sustainable Black and Minoritised communities across the UK. The Ubele Initiative is unique in that it was built from the bottom up and is intentionally an intergenerational organisation. Over the past few years, we have designed and delivered a wide range of local, regional, national, and international initiatives which seek to create and build community wealth.
We support Black and Minoritised community-led organisations and groups with their community assets (people, organisations, and physical space). We use social action, community enterprise development, participatory learning & skills development, and next-generation leadership initiatives.
As a result of our appointment as the Black and Minoritised community catalyst organisation for Greater London in February 2020, we now provide more strategic regional and national responses to help minimise the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. We have gone through a period of rapid growth and change and as a result, our sphere of influence has also grown considerably.
For more details about this vacancy email firstname.lastname@example.org Subject Line "YELC Vacancy".
You can find further information about work at: www.ubele.org