Social Enterprise and Innovation 

Business Support Programme 2016 - 2019 

Job advert: University of Bath Innovation Centre - Social Enterprise Associates [Talent Bank]

The University of Bath Innovation Centre (UBIC) is a membership organization for high-growth potential businesses and the entrepreneurs that create them. As part of the SETsquared partnership we provide world-class business support services to start-ups.

From March 2017 UBIC will be the lead delivery partner for a Social Enterprise and Innovation Programme (SEIP) which is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to support start-up and existing social enterprises.

The project will provide coaching, workshops and one-to-one mentoring to assist individuals looking to start or progress a social enterprise business. The Programme is project managed by the University of Bath.

 We are currently recruiting for new Associates to join our Talent Bank. Associates will provide ad-hoc coaching, workshops and one-to-one mentoring to assist individuals looking to start or progress a social enterprise business. We are particularly interested in hearing from people who have the following skills and experience;  

  • Coaching and mentoring for early stage / growth companies
  • Marketing and market development
  • Impact measurement including Social Value
  • Innovation with a social purpose or ‘tech for good’ business development
  • Business structures and financial planning
  • Leadership and team building coaching

UBIC Associates will receive a competitive day rate.   

To apply please send a copy of your CV or Linkedin Profile and cover note detailing why you are interested in the role highlighting particular skills and experience you could offer to Rosie Bennett at r.bennett@bath.ac.uk

Closing Date – 15th March 2017

Successful applicants will be notified by Friday 17th March and invited to interview

UBIC Social Enterprise Associates  will be part funded by the ERDF.

 

In association with key delivery partners 

Strategic supporters for the project are North Somerset Council & The North Somerset Enterprise Agency, Business West, Bristol & Bath Regional Capital, Bath and North East Somerset Council, Bristol City Council, South Gloucestershire Council, St John’s Hospital, Ashley Community Housing, Bates Wells Braithwaite LLP and SETsquared. 

This programme is project managed by