Love Wimbledon Business Improvement District (BID) is looking for a new Business and Operations Manager. The role provides an essential link between Love Wimbledon BID and the levy-paying businesses that fund much of our work. The person in the role provides crucial ongoing business engagement in Wimbledon Town Centre with a wide range of organisations. Strong, practical problem-solving skills and a personable approach are essential, as the Business and Operations Manager will work with a range of stakeholders from the public and private sector to enhance and improve Wimbledon for businesses, residents and visitors. The role is an important position for Love Wimbledon. You will be part of a small but highly motivated team who are passionate about ensuring our work enables Wimbledon Town Centre to recover and thrive again post-pandemic. Whether managing waste collection contracts, enabling better sharing of security intelligence or providing practical support to events developed by Love Wimbledon’s marketing team, you will find no two days are ever the same! The role is on a 28 hours per week basis, with flexibility between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday with how your hours are allocated. Some weekend work may occasionally be required too, in particular to support operational requirements for large events taking place in the town. More details here: https://lovewimbledon.org/the-bid/about-us/vacancies/.
|Application Process:||To apply, please send across your CV and a cover letter explaining your suitability for the role, to Craig Hurring (CEO of Love Wimbledon BID) at firstname.lastname@example.org, by 5pm on Wednesday 16th February.|
|Hours:||The role is on a 28 hours per week basis, with flexibility between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday with how your hours are allocated. Some weekend work may occasionally be required too, in particular to support operational requirements for large events taking place in the town.|
|Job Description File(s):||https://wimbledoncommunity.org/wp-content/uploads/elementor/forms/61fbc1247e41c.docx|