We’re Charlie, and we’re on a mission to equip thousands of startups and ambitious small businesses to deliberately craft their culture every day.Charlie builds progressive HR solutions for startups and ambitious small businesses to successfully manage their teams and intentionally craft their culture.
We help companies access, analyse and act on data to automate complex processes using our Intelligent Automation platform.
Impact Hub King’s Cross is a home for positive change. We bring together impact-driven individuals and organisations through our coworking space, business support programmes, events and global network.We offer a wide range of opportunities for learning, partnerships and growth through networking, events, consultants and discounted perks. We also offer meeting rooms and event space to hire.
Niantic is building a state of the art planet-scale augmented reality platform for current and future generations of AR hardware.
junee is starting the reusa-bowl revolution with a borrow-and-return system of takeaway packaging that employees can use for their workday lunch.Why? The UK generates 11 billion pieces of packaging waste each year from lunch takeaway alone. And the problem is getting worse: more than half of all plastic in existence today was created after 2008.We're an early stage tech-for-good startup supported by Innovate UK, WeWork, Huckletree Alpha, Mayor of London, and Sustainable Ventures - Better Futures.We're on a mission to save 25 million single-use containers from going to landfill by 2025."How did we ever throw things away after just one use?" - You, 2030
What we doAAT is the UK’s leading qualification and professional membership body for vocational accountants. We pride ourselves on providing practical qualifications that meet the needs of both employers and employees. We have around 140,000 members in more than 90 countries.We award around 90% of all vocational qualifications in accounting.We work with more than 550 AAT approved training providers around the world.About usOur members are represented at every level of the finance and accounting world, including students, accountancy and finance professionals and self-employed business owners.AAT members are ambitious, focused accounting professionals. Many occupy senior, well rewarded positions with thousands of employers - from blue chip corporate giants to public sector institutions.Our head office is based in Barbican, London and we have Regional Account Managers positioned across the UK.Our visionTo ensure that AAT reaches the heart of businessesOur aim is to:Make AAT essential for people, businesses and organisations.Offer qualifications of a high standard that reflect the skills needed to work in accountancy and related fields.Promote awareness of AAT and the skills of our students and members.Offer anyone involved with us appropriate support, information and resources.Help students and members achieve their potential through training and continuing professional development.Our behavioursAt AAT, we’re committed to investing in our staff. We support, develop and encourage our people to ensure everyone gets the most out of their job and works as effectively as possible.We’re looking for people who are motivated and genuinely want to make a difference to our members and wider customers. There are five key behaviours that enable us as an organisation to meet our business goals and the quality of service we desire to offer our customers.Our five behaviours:Pace: We all deliver quality output on timeChallenge: We challenge and address issuesPassion: We all believe in what we doDecisive: We all make timely decisions and take ownership of themAccountable: We are results-driven and hold ourselves to accountableIf this sounds like the type of organisation you would like to work for, AAT would be a great choice for your career.Our peopleAAT’s employees are professionals from a diverse range of backgrounds, united in their passion to provide an excellent service to our customers.With 220 employees, spanning seven key divisions, each employee at AAT brings their unique expertise and perspective to their role.Our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion employee champions have produced a strategy to increase inclusivity within our working environment. AAT continues to be a member of the Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion, who support us with annual unconscious bias training for all colleagues. We are also a Disability Confident Committed employer.Together, we’ll continue to work to ensure that AAT is a fair, diverse and inclusive organisation.
Pango uses big data to make teachers’ lives easier and unify distribution for the digital education content industry.“Education content” in schools used to mean physical textbooks. Now it’s a digital collection of worksheets, videos, slides, quizzes etc. Pango is on a mission to be the only place teachers need to go for all their digital education content needs – just like Spotify is for your digital music needs. Like Spotify, we don’t make our own content, we are the technology that unifies the universe of third-party content providers from the biggest to the smallest. Our platform can ingest, organise and recommend education content from any publisher, in any format, for any curriculum.Searching for and curating content is hugely time consuming for teachers. Pango helps teachers globally to save time and be more effective educators, improving outcomes for students as a result. Teacher efficacy is the greatest challenge facing education systems globally, and education is one of the last major industries to be disrupted by technology – we’re driven by putting both those things right. Our ultimate ambition is to shift the distribution of lesson quality towards the top end of the spectrum and systemically improve educational outcomes as a result. At the macro level, better teachers mean better education systems, which is transformational for any country.We are a Seed stage startup that has raised over £1.5m in total.
We are Indeed Flex. Simply put, we help people get jobs. We provide job seekers control, ownership and choice and we’re revolutionising the job market in the process.Think of us as the matchmaker for employees and employers. How does that work? Well, we’re an on-demand marketplace helping Job Seekers and Employers have 100% control and choice over shifts worked in real time, through a platform that we’ve created. We want to enable Job Seekers to control their schedule completely, choosing the shifts they want to work, when they want to work them. Then on the other side, our platform enables Employers to book reliable, rated and verified staff immediately.
Atomico is one of Europe’s largest venture capital firms founded in 2006 by Niklas Zennström. We are at the centre of the European technology ecosystem and are passionate about continuing to build that ecosystem, and partnering with the most ambitious, mission-driven founders building category-winners. If you want to be part of a team committed to partnering with game-changing founders, consciously scaling companies in the pursuit of solving world problems at scale, then Atomico is the place for you. You will be joining a Company which is mission-driven and principles-led, with a one-team approach to converting opportunities and creating value, whilst contributing meaningfully to a better future.
CONTENT MANAGERLocation: Remote, United KingdomReports To: Co-Director, CommunicationsHours Per Week: Full timeApplications accepted through to January 19th, 2022 We Mean Business Coalition (WMB) is a global coalition of nonprofit organizations, working with the world’s most influential businesses to take action on climate change. We are working to transform the world economy so that it is on track to limit global heating to 1.5°C in ways that deliver sustainable economic growth and shared prosperity. Through unprecedented collaboration, we catalyze business action and drive ambitious policy to halve emissions by 2030 and accelerate an inclusive transition to a net-zero economy by 2050, at the latest. Strategic communications is core to driving the success of the Coalition. The Secretariat’s Communications team deploys leading-edge communications strategy and tactics to deliver on the Coalition’s overarching goals.We are seeking an experienced Content Manager with particular expertise in producing digital content, to join our high-performing, remote team. The successful candidate will lead our content and website work reporting to the Co-Director of Communications. This is a critical role within the team with a huge opportunity to apply new and creative approaches to our content development and the ways in which we deliver powerful messaging to target audiences. Essential ResponsibilitiesThe Content Manager will work with the Communications team leading and executing strategic content, including:Developing a content strategy that sits across various platforms and works in support of organizational objectivesManage the Coalition’s website to deliver clear positioning, simple user journeys, and strong message delivery.Manage the Coalition’s other owned media assets including newsletters, video, blog.Write blogs, articles, website copy, newsletters and other marketing collateral to a high standard.Create, edit and manage the production of our digital and print content that meet organisational objectives and are consistent with our brand, style and tone.Support in the design and delivery of new digital and print content ‘products’ that supports in driving 1.5C aligned climate leadership.Identify and manage outsourced content creators, editors, data analysts, graphic designers, videographers and developers.Monitor and report on content metrics and show continuous improvement of the content strategy based on analytics.Manage the relationship with our design agency day-to-day and be across all the different elements of digital and print design in development.Work with our social media agency to ensure joined up content and social media engagement strategies and delivery across all active platforms.Strong understanding of corporate climate action and keeps across latest news and trends for developing content. SkillsWriting – You have excellent writing skills and can create engaging and timely copy for external audiences to a high level.Digitally savvy – An understanding of digital channels to ensure content is delivered in the most effective way for the chosen channel.Website Management – You will have strong experience in WordPress or similar website management software and be confident managing websites daily to ensure a high standard of content.Creative – You are a creatively minded person with an eye for detail, able to guide designers, copywriters in the development of campaigns and creative assets.Project Management – you are a skilled project manager able to manage multiple projects and stakeholders, clearly communicating and delivering on time and to budget.People and Agency Management – you have experience managing team members as well as agencies or freelancers.Organization – You are extremely organized with an ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, and can systematize processes.Planning – You are comfortable creating short- and long-term plans and can communicate deliverables to help the team remain on track.Self-starter – You are able to work without significant supervision — when you and your team decide on a project plan, you go for it and come back if/when you have questions.Clear Communicator – Makes sure everyone has received the same and correct message when you have relayed information.Solid Collaborator – Sees value in others’ opinions, bring people together to find common ground and builds trust.Flexible – you are flexible in ways of working and agile to changeLanguages – Verbal and written fluency in English is essential and fluency in another European language is a strong advantage.Messaging – Ability to distill complex climate-related information into clear and concise messaging. ExperienceBachelor’s degree (preferably in marketing, journalism, communications or public relations) or relevant experience.8+ years’ experience working in the field of media and communications.You have worked with varied stakeholders on high-level media projects.You have experience translating a vision and goals into a creative content strategy.You are comfortable managing high-level stakeholders.You have managed media production around events.Experience in project and people management including management of an in-house and/or outsourced team.Experience in developing and managing websites to a high standard.Comfortable working remotely. To ApplyPlease submit your cover letter and resume here. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until January 19, 2022.If you require reasonable accommodation in completing this application, interviewing, completing any pre-employment tasks, or otherwise participating in the employee selection process, please direct your inquiries to email@example.com. BenefitsBenefits and compensation vary per region and are competitive with local prevailing packages. Regardless of location, team members get equipment stipends to ensure they are set up wherever they may be working from, generous time off, and paid parental leave. Hiring StatementAll positions at We Mean Business Coalition are grant funded and are contingent upon continued funding. We Mean Business Coalition is committed to building a diverse and inclusive team. We are committed to attracting, developing and retaining exceptional people, and to creating a work environment that is dynamic, rewarding and enables each of us to realize our potential. Our work environment is safe and open to all employees and partners, respecting the full spectrum of race, color, religious creed, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, political affiliation, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, and all other classifications protected by law in the locality and/or state in which you are working.
We're helping electronics producers be better stewards of their products and the planet. Only ≈15% of electronics end up being recycled and an even higher percentage are left unused. These symbols of our progression as a society are responsible for our rapid environmental decay. We're here to change that.We build software for electronics companies who are operating producer owned models: that's when a company owns, looks after and ultimately recycles it's products. Charging it's customers to access them. Like an e-scooter sharing platform or a robotics as-a-service business. Which are are not only climate compatible but also brilliant user centric business models.Our platform solves for two problems that prevent companies from making the switch to this model. Digitising the new operations they will need, now they are the custodians of their products lifecycle. And accessing capital to help smooth out the longer payback periods these models have.We're building a set of tools and integrations that lets producers manage the lifecycles of their products. We quantify the economic and environmental impact of their products lifecycle. Using this data to give producers instant access to their products future earnings, to help them with working and growth capital. This same data creates a detailed green financial product for our lenders.
We’re Breakroom (https://www.breakroom.cc) and we’re turning every job into a good job.We’re building a community powered rating for every job in the world, and publishing it all online. We’re making sure everyone has access to great information to power the next step in their career, and we’re supporting employers to create good jobs along the way.We believe that everyone deserves a good jobWe believe that all jobs can be good jobsWe believe creating good jobs is good for employers tooOver 150,000 people have used Breakroom since we launched, and we’ve rated 1,200 employers across the UK.We’re a seed-stage startup, backed by Northzone (Spotify, Trustpilot) and Profounders (Made.com, One Fine Stay) alongside social impact investors the Resolution Foundation who help set the Real Living Wage.We’re committed to building a world-class, inclusive team. We welcome applications from groups traditionally underrepresented in technology startups, especially women and gender minorities, people of colour, and people with a non-traditional educational background.
OverviewWe’re hiring two people to join Ellie Hale as the core team facilitating the development and growth of Catalyst, a collaborative network of people and organisations working to transform civil society via the power of digital, data and design.In its first two years since launch, Catalyst has mobilised a collective effort of thousands of collaborators (nonprofits, digital partners, intermediaries and grantmakers) and created an ecology of interconnected support initiatives (skills and training offers, grantmaking programmes, resources and services run by a multitude of partners), networks, community spaces, learning infrastructures and digital commons.Catalyst is described in different ways by different collaborators, depending on their perspective - here’s a flavour.The processWe’re running an inclusive and transparent application process to make these opportunities as accessible as possible and ensure a diverse range of people are able to demonstrate their fit for the team. Taking a CV-less approach means we’ll be focussing on the most critical things to compare candidates on and by answering our three questions you can feel confident you’ve highlighted the most relevant experience and skills you have. We've summarised the full process here.About the rolesAs building a diverse team is one of our primary priorities we expect to shape these roles around people. We plan to hire two new team members based on their complementary skill sets and experiences, who will in turn help build our culture and priorities as a team and a wider network. However while these roles have huge potential to morph and change with the needs of our network and the unique strengths and approaches of the new team, there are core aspects for you to consider before you apply:What you’ll be doing initially (review phase)This phase will include the following:Review Catalyst’s work and impact over its first two years of operation, including a deep-dive immersion in existing dataDesign creative exercises to surface different forms of knowledge and insight around key questionsSynthesise evaluation reports and interviews, and speak to collaborators (nonprofits, digital partners and funders) to understand how people would like to give/get value from CatalystDesign and test priorities and an operating/governance structure for the next phase of Catalyst, scoping and deciding upon a new model that will enable our network to thriveWork in the open, regularly communicating questions, learnings and rationale for decisions(Re)design the roles, responsibilities and ways of working of the core team, based on insights from the review and our own individual and collective experienceRefine and widen participation of other groups of network representatives that support and work alongside the core teamWhat you might find yourself doing (beyond the initial review phase):Work with Catalyst collaborators and budget holders to transition existing activity and systems to align with new/renewed aspirationsDesign systems that continue to deepen our distributed and networked approach to CatalystResearch, analyse and map the work we do and the connections we seek to createExperiment and prototype with new ways of collaborating to solve problemsBalance contributions to both strategic vision work and detailed delivery workBuild and nurture relationships with multiple stakeholders across nonprofit, digital and funding sectorsFacilitate inclusive spaces for cross-sector groupsWork in the open through blogging, documentation, reports, meetupsChallenge people to think differentlyManage projects and communicationsNetwork weaving - identifying and facilitating connectionsHold and prioritise multiple needs and perspectives - developing practices and capabilities for doing this equitably across the networkShape a new board, building new governance structures and then being accountable to those people and processesRepresent Catalyst within the digital and charity sectorsExplore opportunities and models for network funding, and build relationships with more grantmakers to induct them into the Catalyst network.You can also learn more about some of the people you might be working closely with here: Catalyst team and networkAbout YouYou’ll thrive in this role if you:Are excited to create something new by experimentingAre comfortable with exploring and holding ambiguityWant to wear ‘multiple hats’ and contribute a broad range of skills and approaches to the workHave worked in a networked way before and can demonstrate how you value and build relationshipsBelieve in leading through facilitating and enabling othersUnderstand the value of participatory decision-makingLove learning and are comfortable with being challengedEnjoy thinking systemically and working with a plurality of possible futuresFeel driven by ethics / social and environmental justiceAppreciate the world is in the midst of multiple deep transitions, with societal shifts that can influence and be influenced by our workHave strong digital capabilities and are willing to pick up and use new tools (such as Notion, Airtable etc)We’re also interested in people who possess two or more of the following:Strong awareness of how data can be used to support decision-making / and have practiced different forms of gathering, analysing or visualising dataGood working knowledge of digital inclusion and accessibilityHave organised / contributed to distributed & decentralised networks previously e.g. open source / systems of multiple organisationsHave been part of building shared infrastructure / platformsHave been embedded in diversity & equity work, activism or systems change workAgile project management or other operations experienceImpact and evaluation experienceInspiring and imaginative approaches to story-telling and vision-castingExperience with community-led, participatory and/or systems design practices.How to apply:We've developed a unique CV-less application process with Collaborative Future, which will ask you to answer the following questions:Give an example of developing and/or supporting collective decision-making within communities with interrelated needs and priorities. What was your role and what challenges did you help to overcome?Catalyst aims to be part of societal shifts which see the digital and charity sectors moving to more equitable leadership methods (i.e. from dominance to partnership; from extraction to reciprocity and regenerative cultures; from humanity as separate and individualistic to an embedded, interdependent part of the surrounding environment). What excites you most about contributing to these societal changes?Share up to three specific and unique skills, perspectives, experiences and/or knowledge you can bring which you think would be beneficial to the role and Catalyst as a whole. Why did you choose them and how would they help you and the team?To apply for this role please complete this form by 4pm on Wednesday 29th September.If you'd prefer to email us the responses to the outlined application questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.The aim of this approach is to make the opportunity as accessible as possible and ensure a diverse range of people are able to demonstrate their potential.If you have any questions about the role or the processes please contact email@example.com.
Jolt is democratising tech by breaking walls and making it accessible, with unique courses led by industry pros, that enable anyone to leverage their skills and experience to switch into tech. We only have one mission here at Jolt - pushing our students forward and giving them a real advantage in this challenging, changing world.
Finally, fair home insurance. At Urban Jungle we craft insurance for the demands of a new generation.In 2016, we looked around at the insurance industry and saw that it was shockingly outdated. No embrace of technology. And no empathy for real world situations - like how more people are renting for longer, and with more flatmates. So, we decided we should fix it - starting with both of those ingredients: more technology and a lot more respect.Our cover is simple, clear and fair. We're working towards a world where everybody feels confident about their financial future.To do this, we're building an amazing team of people who aren't afraid to challenge the status quo. Whether that's a line of code, a new product launch or a national campaign, we're looking for people to join us on our mission.
Unser Unternehmen wurde in Bremen gegründet und ist der größte lokale Anbieter von Spielautomaten-Reviews. Wir suchen Menschen mit Begeisterung und Kenntnissen in Informatik, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaft, Wettbewerbsanalyse, die gemeinsam mit uns die digitale Promotion angehen wollen. Auf unserer website finden Sie viele Beispiele für unsere Qualitätsarbeit. Unzählige hilfreiche Hinweise, Erfahrungsberichte über Spiele auf verschiedenen Geräten sowie Meinungen von Experten und Entwicklern erwarten Sie.Unser Ziel ist es, ein internationales, qualitativ hochwertiges und stabiles Unternehmen im Bereich iGaming zu werden und eine führende Rolle in der Innovation einzunehmen. Unsere Vision ist es, das Vertrauen der Kunden in Spielinhalte in ganz Deutschland weiter zu stärken. Kommen Sie zu uns, und gemeinsam werden wir mit unserem Wissen über Netze und Informationssysteme die Marktführerschaft übernehmen. Wir werden die Zukunft der Spiele in die richtige Richtung lenken.