ABOUT HATCH ENTERPRISE
At Hatch, we empower underrepresented entrepreneurs from across the UK to imagine, launch and grow sustainable and impactful businesses through tailored support, community and partnerships. We offer world-class support to entrepreneurs, mainly through our courses and workshops.
Since 2014, we’ve grown our revenue to £600K, something that takes the average social enterprise at least fifteen years. Now we’re looking at our next big milestones: Passing the million turnover mark, and 10X’ing our impact. We want to do this by 2025. This is a deliberately ambitious target – we like that it scares us a bit!
We’re not typical of the charity sector. As you would expect from a charity focused on teaching start-up skills, we think and act like a business. Our programmes are run by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs.
In the last seven years, we’ve worked with over 3,500 diverse and impact founders and we want to do even more in the next five years. To support our founders, we have built a diverse network of partners, funders and investors who share our vision. We are currently developing our first small grants fund in order to connect our existing support programmes with the financial support founders need to test and launch their ideas.
At Hatch, we value transparency, openness and collaboration. We practice open-book management and strategic decisions are made collaboratively so we can fully draw on the expertise, experience and networks we have.
Hatch is an organisation that loves experimentation and trying things out. We are influenced by lean management philosophy and we are constantly looking for ways to improve and innovate in our programmes and in the way that we work.
We are a small organisation with big ambitions to grow, offering the right candidate a great opportunity for personal and professional growth.
Hatch’s work has been recognised in recent years with a number of accolades, including:
- Being featured in the NatWest SE100 Index 2020 as one of the top 100 social enterprises in the UK, as well as being a finalist for the same awards in 2019.
- Winning the 2017 Enterprising Britain Awards in the ‘Building Enterprise Skills’ category for Hatch’s incubator programme.
- Shortlisted for the 2017 Lord Mayor’s Dragon Awards in the category of ‘Community Partner’ for our work with Deutsche Bank supporting over 50 mission driven businesses in South London.
Impact Programme Co-ordinator
- Salary: £23,000 – £27,000
- Contract Type: Permanent
- Hours: Full Time (typically 09.30-17.30 but with flexibility)
- Responsible To: Head of Impact Programmes
- Application Deadline: 30 May 2021
You would be responsible for the day-to-day administration and co-ordination of our Impact programmes. Supporting the Head of the Impact team to plan and deliver programmes and other enterprise support activities across the Impact portfolio in a way that empowers our founders to start and grow sustainable and impactful businesses.
- Support planning and coordination of programmes and activities
- Schedule and organize workshops/events and compile the agenda
- Ensure that online workshops (and in person workshops one day) run smoothly and deliver a great experience for everyone involved
- Maintain budgets and handle all programme related financial administration
- Collaborate with the marketing team to make our founders famous
- Support the programme manager to recruit and onboard founders for our programmes
- Coordinate 121 support, business coaching and mentoring for our founders
- Facilitate networking opportunities for our founders
- Support the monitoring and evaluation process
- Work with the Programme Manager to produce high quality impact reports
- Ensure contracts with founders, facilitators and expert speakers are in place
- Liaising with partners organisations and managing volunteers
- Support our founders to access the support they need to move their businesses forward
- Excellent time-management and organisational skills
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Proactive problem solver
- Work independently and identify potentially more effective ways of working
- Previous marketing or social media experience would be advantageous
- A passion to support underrepresented founders to start and grow businesses that will have a positive impact in the world
- Ideally you have the flexibility to work some evenings and weekends in order to host or attend networking events and workshops
We care about our people and giving them the things they need to succeed.
We have always been supportive of flexible working, which has become even more important in 2021. We have a cheerful, plant-filled office in Elephant & Castle, where everyone gets a desktop Mac and a good chair. For those working at home, we’ll cover the cost of a laptop, stand and headphones. Although we can’t afford to pay you like the private sector, we can offer you a generous holiday allowance (29 days plus bank holidays) and a personal learning & development budget.
We believe business can be a force for good. Our mission is to increase diversity among business owners – and we want to do the same for our team. We are committed to representing a wider cross-section of society than a typical start-up, and we know that means we have to make an effort to understand and accommodate different people’s needs. If you’ve read this far, and you like the sound of the job, but you’re worried you don’t quite fit the requirements – we’d love it if you went ahead and applied.
Please email us your CV and an email outlining why you are interested in this job, and how you would meet the demands of this role.
Send these to email@example.com with “Programme Co-ordinator” as the email subject line by 30 May 2021.
If you have any questions or need any help with your application, please drop us a line via firstname.lastname@example.org. (Recruiters will be politely turned away).