Our UK team is looking for a Consultant to deliver consulting, coaching and training and support our amazing partners on the journey to scaling their social impact.
About the Role
Primarily, Consultants work in project teams led by a Senior Consultant or Managing Consultant to:
- Contribute, through analysis and critical thinking, to shaping the strategic direction of projects and recommendations to partners
- Prepare and facilitate sections of workshops with partners (e.g. charities, social enterprises, foundations)
- Draft reports and presentations for partners and internal use
- Develop financial models (you will be trained to do this!)
- Conduct desk-based research, interviews and focus groups with partners, stakeholders and their beneficiaries
- Coordinate project logistics
Beyond working with our partners, there is the opportunity to contribute to internal activities such as:
- Improving our Monitoring & Evaluation, developing our external communications or updating our methodology
- Developing proposals for new and existing clients
- Writing blogs or attending conferences
Your first six months
You will learn about our approach to working with others and creating impact at scale through team-led training, project shadowing and self-directed study.
Within the first two weeks, you’ll be introduced to clients and begin to support internal teams to deliver consulting, coaching and training. You will work on a mix of UK- and internationally-focused projects, supporting a diverse portfolio of clients to navigate challenges on their journeys to scale.
Like everyone else on the team, you’ll benefit from:
- A flexible approach to working and home-working, with team members being asked to come in once a week to our London office
- Three months of fully paid maternity leave on successful completion of probation, increasing by one month for every year of service, up to a maximum of six months
- Three months of fully paid parental leave (i.e. for partners of birth parents), with the option to take a further nine months unpaid leave. Parental leave is also available for the new matching/placement of an adopted child
- 25 days holiday, increasing to 27 after two years
- A personal training budget of £2000
- Salary: £30,721 – £33,166
- Location: London (Southwark) – The post holder will be expected to spend a minimum of one day per week in the London office. There may be opportunities to travel outside of the UK for work purposes, though this is optional. We actively support flexible and home working.
- March 5th, 2023 at 23:59
Spring Impact’s Commitment to Inclusion
Spring Impact is an equal-opportunity employer. The impact of our work is strongest when our team has a variety of experience, expertise, and insights to draw from. We are committed to building an inclusive team and strongly encourage BIPOC, women, nonbinary people, LGBTQIA+ people, persons with disabilities, veterans, and persons from other underrepresented groups to apply. We take our responsibility to cultivate a culture of inclusion and justice at Spring Impact very seriously, and implement practices like our flexible working schedule (for those who may have caring responsibilities), de-biased hiring platform, and organization-wide involvement in DEIJ (diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice) workshops.