Are you looking to work for a fast-growing, award-winning, not for profit organisation? Would you like to be a part of a talented, collaborative, supportive and motivated team in a start-up environment? Would you like to grow, engage and develop a movement into a collaborative community that will genuinely move the dial on inclusion and diversity in tech? If this sounds like you, then please read on.
We are recruiting for a part-time Community Manager to commence in October 2021. This is more than a traditional community management role. We’ve grown our community of Signatories quickly, from 17 organisations to over 680 in just 5 years. Now, as well as continuing to grow the number of Signatories and connect them to our brand, we want you to connect them to each other, helping us to more fully engage our Signatory membership and to grow them into a collaborative community who share best practice, work together to find solutions and to help drive system-wide change in inclusion and diversity in tech.
Your role of Community Manager will report directly to the COO and be responsible for driving the strategic objectives to grow and engage our Signatories. You will also work with the CEO, CRM Analyst, Project Support Officer, Events Manager and PR Director.
This role is fully remote and offered on a flexible, part-time basis (the equivalent of 3 days per week). You will work as part of a small, remote team in a start-up environment.
We are actively seeking candidates from diverse backgrounds and welcome candidates who are early on in their career or returning from a career break.
Our ideal candidate is creative and resourceful, with the ability to work well across multiple projects simultaneously. You will be a true team player, with a skill for working collaboratively in a team environment regardless of your location. You will have a proven ability to deliver consistently to deadlines, and not be afraid to roll up your sleeves and hit the ground running!
You’ll have an affinity for customer engagement and community management and have worked in and around a social or marketing role in helping to build a brand presence online and/or an online community. You’ll have worked in customer engagement and online community roles before and are well versed in developing strong stakeholder engagement or community development. You’ll have excellent communication skills, a strong sense of empathy and passion for people as well as a belief in inclusion and diversity. You’ll have an excellent work ethic and be able to take pleasure and pride from achievements and outcomes you deliver. You’ll welcome working in a fast-moving, purposeful, remote by default, start-up environment.
Role title: Community Manager
Time commitment: Part-time, 0.6 FTE ie. 3 days per week.
Contract type: PAYE Employee
Start date: We are looking for someone to commence by November 2021.
Salary: £27,600 (this figure is based on a £46k FTE, pro rata’d to 0.6 part-time – equivalent to 3 days per week)
Location & Hours: flexible hours and 100% remote.
The Tech Talent Charter (TTC) is an award-winning, non-profit organisation leading a movement to address inequality in the UK tech sector and drive inclusion and diversity in a practical and uniquely measurable way. Our ultimate goal: that the UK tech sector becomes truly inclusive and a reflection of the society which it represents. We work at scale, addressing the tech ecosystem as a whole to drive change. We have grown from working with 17 UK businesses (who we refer to as our “Signatories”) to over 650, in 5 years. We are supported by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and we are part of the UK government’s digital strategy.
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