Current Vacancies

Please see below for the full list of current vacancies at Allia.

London:

Programme Support Intern

Community Host Intern

Centre & Programme Manager

 



Programme Support Intern

Location – London with occasional travel to other Allia centres in Cambridge and Peterborough

Hours – Full Time 35 hours per week, Monday – Friday 8.30 am – 4.30 pm with 1 hour for lunch. Occasional evening/ weekend work may be required.

Salary – £17,745.00 per annum

We are looking to find a Programme Support Intern to join our team to aid in the running of our Serious Impact incubator and accelerator programmes in London for startups and SMEs, and deliver a five-star customer service to the people working within these businesses. You will play an important role in tracking the progress of the programmes against targets and the growth of the businesses taking part.

You will also support the preparation for and set up of events within the programme. This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to start their career in supporting startups and SMEs.

You will be able to bring great people skills, a positive attitude and the confidence to take on new tasks and projects. Our Programme team represent the face of two excellent programmes that truly make a difference to the businesses that take part, and bring with them a friendly, supportive, positive and professional approach.

Role Responsibilities

  • Supporting the Programme Support Lead in delivering of the Centre’s incubator and accelerator programmes, and services to tenants
  • Assisting the Centre & Programme Manager and Community Host in booking rooms and supplies needed for events for the programme, including scheduling and liaising with speakers, ordering catering or materials required, supporting event administration, and carrying out events space set-up and clear down
  • Supporting out-reach to local organisations and individual experts that might partner with Allia by tracking responses, and during applications season carrying out online research to identify potential participants in Serious Impact programmes, whom Allia can connect with
  • Supporting the applications, selection and onboarding process of each Serious Impact programmes in East London including working with the Marketing Specialist to promote applications
  • Supporting the Programme Support Lead in ensuring a prompt response to the needs of the participants in the incubator and accelerator, and providing prospective members and guests with excellent customer service
  • Assisting the Programme Manager and Programme Support Lead in monitoring progress of businesses taking part in the incubator and accelerator, including collecting and recording data from participating businesses
  • Creating bookings for meeting rooms and supporting the delivery of events for the programmes with the support of Community Host and Programme Support Lead
  • Updating programme participants’ information in our management information system
  • Providing general administrative support to the reception and operations team i.e. processing applications, filing, photo-copying, scanning
  • Promoting, encouraging and assisting in building a community spirit at the centre
  • Any other task that is deemed as appropriate and within the competence of the individual

For further information please click on the link below:

JD Programme Support Intern

To apply please send a covering letter along with your CV including contact details of two referees to recruitment@allia.org.uk

Closing date: 14th July 2017

 


 

Community Host Intern

Location – Hackney, London with occasional travel to other Allia centres in Cambridge and Peterborough

Hours – Full Time 35 hours per week, Monday – Friday 8.30 am – 4.30 pm with 1 hour for lunch. Occasional evening/ weekend work may be required.

Salary – £17,745.00 per annum

We are looking to find a Community Host Intern to join our team to support the running of our reception, and deliver a five-star customer service to tenants and visitors. You will play an important role in our establishment of the Centre as one of London’s premier business centres. This role is ideal for someone looking to develop their skills in community management.

You will be able to bring great people skills, a positive attitude and the confidence to take on new tasks and projects. Our Community staff represent the face of the Future Business Centre and our friendly, supportive, professional and positive approach.

Job Description

Key responsibilities will include;

  • Supporting reception services during our core hours including receiving, directing and responding to all calls, messages, sorting incoming & outgoing mail, and assisting tenants
  • Greeting and directing visitors and dealing with queries from tenants, visitors, customers and the general public. Supporting the Community Host to ensure a prompt response to all customer needs and providing all members, prospective members, and guests with excellent customer service
  • Assisting in the delivery of workshops and larger events for our tenants and visitors including ordering catering or materials required, supporting event administration, and carrying out events space set-up and clear down
  • Supporting inventory control, including ordering stationary supplies, and receiving and storing them correctly
  • Taking enquires for booking of meeting rooms and supporting the delivery of these bookings
  • Accurately entering tenant information into our management information system
  • Ensuring the Centre’s appearance is maintained to a high standard, supporting the Community Host and Centre & Programme Co-ordinator in liaising with our cleaning and maintenance contractors, to ensure the safety, welfare and expectations of our tenants and visitors at all times
  • Providing general administrative support to the reception and operations team i.e. processing applications, filing, photo-copying, scanning
  • Promoting, encouraging and assisting in building a community spirit at the Centre
  • Any other task that is deemed as appropriate and within the competence of the individual.

For further information please click on the link below:

JD Community Host Intern

To apply please send a covering letter along with your CV including contact details of two referees to recruitment@allia.org.uk

 


Centre & Programme Manager

Location – Hackney, London. Occasional travel to other Allia Future Business Centre’s in Cambridge and Peterborough plus other locations may be required.

Hours – Part time (3 days / 21 hours per week)

Salary – Up to £35,000.00 (pro rata) per annum dependent on experience.

We are looking to find a Centre & Programme Manager to join our team to oversee the operation of our newest site in Hackney, London and support the delivery of our programme to entrepreneurs. You will deliver a five-star customer service to tenants and visitors, and play an integral role in establishing the Centre as one of London’s premier business centres.

You will be able to bring great people skills, a positive attitude and the confidence to take on new tasks and projects with minimal supervision. You will represent the face of the Future Business Centre and our friendly, supportive, professional and positive approach.

 Role Responsibilities

  • Delivering centre support and programme services to tenants and visitors
  • Being the responsible person for the centre and manage all Health & Safety, Fire and Security matters
  • Ensuring the centres appearance is maintained to a high standard, liaising with our cleaning and maintenance contractors and our facilities team to ensure the welfare and expectations of our tenants and visitors at all times – accurately documenting any need for works to be carried out
  • Ensuring a prompt response to all customer needs and providing all members, prospective members, and guests with excellent customer service
  • Assisting the Programme Support Lead and Community Host in the delivery of workshops and larger events for our tenants and visitors including ordering catering or materials required, supporting event administration, and carrying out events space set-up and clear down
  • Developing and implementing strategies for reaching out to local organisations and attending networking events to promote Allia’s community and identify and recruit potential members
  • Developing relationships with members to support future revenue generation and effectiveness
  • To be the key contact for tenants regarding lease/licensing issues
  • Assisting the Programme Support Lead in monitoring the progress of businesses taking part in programmes offered by Allia, including collection of data from the participating businesses
  • Monitoring, and reporting on, maintenance issues in the building, ensuring that maintenance staff have carried out all cleaning and repair work
  • Managing multiple aspects of inventory control, including ordering any supplies needed, receiving and storing correctly
  • Providing maintenance for all equipment in liaison with the Facilities Manager
  • Supporting the Community Host with taking enquires, managing bookings and organising the delivery of conference and meeting room bookings, generating invoices and taking card payments
  • Managing tenant information through our management information system
  • Providing general administrative support to the reception and operations team i.e. processing applications, filing, photo-copying, scanning
  • Promoting, encouraging and assisting in building a community spirit at the centre
  • Any other task that is deemed as appropriate and within the competence of the individual

For further information, please click on the link below:

JD Centre & Programme Manager June 2017

To apply please send a covering letter along with your CV including contact details of two referees to recruitment@allia.org.uk