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- London, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 28 Aug, 2018
- Start date:
- Visa Sponsor
- £ 30,000.0 per year
CodeFirst: Girls are looking for an organised and motivational Community Programmes Manager to join us from October. We are a multi-award winning social enterprise with a mission to train 20,000 women to code by the end of 2020. We also help companies train and recruit better tech talent into their organisations.
We have a high profile and our partners include Twitter, Google, Trainline, Level 39, Accenture, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs, amongst many others. We work with some of the most creative companies in the industry ranging from AI and VR, to Cybersecurity and FinTech.
About the successful candidate:
You thrive in a dynamic, rapidly changing environment. You relate to people easily. You pride yourself on being organised, great at prioritising and keeping focused in busy environments, whilst keeping ahead of the game. You can manage, negotiate and delegate to people in a professional manner. You are a problem-solver who talks straight, and asks good questions. You act with integrity, can be held accountable, and know how to motivate people.
You are likely to be graduate with at least 5 years of work experience, including managing multiple projects/programmes and people. Some previous exposure or experience in the tech industry as well as lots of curiosity, enthusiasm and a strong work ethic will stand you in good stead.
You’ll see this as an opportunity to further your excellent community-building experience, demonstrate your programme and people management skills, build your tech and entrepreneurial network, polish your speaking skills at CF:G events, and deliver on a laudable mission of getting more women into tech and positively impact their careers.
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About Code First: Girls
Why aren't there more women in tech and entrepreneurship? It's a complex issue, but here at Code First: Girls we do believe one thing - tech shouldn't just be a boys club.
We are a social enterprise that tackles the issue by doing three things:
One, we support young and professional women to develop further personal
- Charity & Non-profit, Academia & Education
- London, UK
- 0-10 employees
- Founded in 2012