Future of London helps build better cities through knowledge, networks and leadership – across disciplines, organisations and sectors. We are the capital’s independent network for regeneration, housing, infrastructure and economic development practitioners, with more than 5,000 professionals using FoL as a hub for sector intelligence, connection and professional development, and a mandate to prepare the next wave of cross-sector city leaders. We’re always looking for talented individuals with a passion for London and an appetite to grow with our exceptional team and network.
FoL is offering these roles under the UK Government’s kickstart scheme. Applications can only be made after referrals from Job Centre Plus (part of the Department for Work & Pensions). For more information visit the kickstart website.
FoL’s small team works hard to deliver high-quality research, events and field trips, interwoven with our Leaders professional development programmes and Diversity network. Our network relies on us to provide an independent platform for open and honest debate on a wide range of issues, bringing together cross-sector experience and perspectives.
We move fast, and offer a diverse, enjoyable and supportive workplace with opportunities for learning and personal development. With its large and increasingly influential network, supportive team and the chance to learn or hone a variety of broadly relevant skills, FoL is the perfect place to contribute to the sector and start to really build your career.
Future of London is committed to pursuing equality of opportunity and we actively welcome applications from candidates from a diverse range of backgrounds.
Team Events Officer
Six-months, in the first instance
£10.85 per hour, 25 hours per week
Closing date: 25 February 2021, 10 am
Your role is to provide event coordination for the Future of London team, across all workstreams. This includes event prep, on-the-day support and post-event follow-up as well as providing reports on FoL event performance and on competitor events/project themes. You’ll gain valuable industry knowledge and experience, with exposure to all FoL’s knowledge, networks and leadership programmes.
To apply, send your completed application form and up-to-date CV to Oli Pinch, email@example.com.
Emerging Talent Programme Officer
£10.85 per hour, 25 hours per week
Closing date: 22 March 2021, 10 am
There is a well-recognised lack of Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) diversity in the built environment profession with a narrow talent pool entering the sector. This is at odds with the well-publicised benefits of increasing diversity in organisations, specifically, new perspectives, a greater capacity for creativity and innovation and competitive advantage.
The Emerging Talent Programme’s (ETP) vision is to create a sustainable legacy by providing a diverse pipeline of participants with the skills and values to become the next leaders in London’s housing and regeneration sectors. The programme will fast-track participant’s learning through a rotating placement in a range of housing organisations. By bringing a varied pool of new talent and a diverse future leadership pipeline into housing and regeneration, participating organisations and the wider sector will benefit; both now and for years to come.
We are now looking for a committed administrator to help take the programme forward through the exciting phase of initiation, launch and delivery. Your role is to provide administrative support for our new Emerging Talent Programme. This includes managing enquiries, updating the CRM, logging applications, helping to set up the assessment centre, liaising with host organisations and participants, setting up and maintaining records on participants’ progress. Overall ensuring all arrangements are in place to ensure the smooth running of the programme.
To apply, send your cover letter, up-to-date CV and completed application form to Oli Pinch, firstname.lastname@example.org.