Our flagship hackathon, known as the “HackTrain”, is a movement leading innovation across Europe influencing policy change, bringing the entire industry together, and rapidly solving industry problems.
Together we can drive massive change within the transport industry that will see it becoming more efficient and pleasant to use for everyone.
Your role will be to lead the community engagement & communications efforts at Hack Partners as we set on our goal to transition from startup to scale-up. You can expect to undertake the following:
Salary: £32,000 – £45,000 per annum depending on experience
You will be at the heart of a truly unique movement that will have a massive impact within the UK/EU economy. Here are some examples of what you will be doing:
What we need is someone that is both creative and analytical. You are passionate about breaking down big problems into manageable smaller chunks to solve as well as reflectively looking back on your work and pinpointing “even better ifs” easily.
Spreadsheets shouldn’t scare you. Your ability to understand and utilise spreadsheet functions very quickly will help you automate parts of your role faster.
95%+ of our participants say our hackathons are one of the best they’ve ever attended. We’re proud of that rating, but to get it, we really have to go above and beyond every single time.
To excel in this role, you’ll need to naturally find joy in the small details and enjoy making things great!
You’ll be trained to lead and inspire a group of 60+ developers, designers, and entrepreneurs over a weekend. As a result, you can’t be camera shy or afraid of presenting to large audiences.
Today’s ‘good’ is tomorrow’s ‘good enough’ and the day afters ‘not bad’. You recognise that the world is changing faster than ever before and care about staying a step ahead of the game. What happened to Nokia and Motorola isn’t unique. It happens to thousands of businesses across the world.
One minute you could be writing to an 18-year student hacker and the next to C-suite executives of multinational organisations. Both are incredibly important to our business and you recognise the need for a different style of communication.
You are comfortable producing case studies, website content, social media posts, FAQs, newsletters, presentations and anything else in between.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
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