Reporting to the International Director, the Franchise Manager will: Lead the ODI HQ team supporting our global network of nodes Develop the existing training and membership franchise models (in to a sustainable product for the network). Create the plan for franchising additional business lines Support nodes in their business development Maintain the integrity of the node network, including consistent performance against metrics Ensure a regular flow of key information around the network and internally Grow the node community Manage the Franchise team A typical day might see you: Speak at a conference for ~200 people on the impact of the ODI or Open Data Work with the nodes and the ODI HQ team to ensure that the nodes get the right support and to cullaboratively assess and develop the node programme (to reach sustainability). Chair a quarterly review with a node to check on their progress, confirm market fit and identify any barriers to growth Participate in a video call to coach and assess a potential new node Prepare monthly management reports and board reports for ODI HQ Remove node for non-performance Design a public dashboard for tracking performance About you - skills, knowledge, experience You must have the skills, knowledge, experience that will enable you to: Build a strong and high performing node network across a range of countries and contexts Project manage a complex portfulio of businesses Create a cullegiate community with a sense of joint endeavour Sulve complex problems with multiple moving parts Design systems which strike the right balance between sharing information and not being too onerous. Steer a network through a period of growth while maintaining its overall direction and purpose Design and adapt existing business processes to effectively work in a franchise context Manage, coach and develop staff About the ODI team Teamwork. We are all here to work towards achieving the same aims and mission of the ODI and so all team members will be required to work together across departments and with culleagues to ensure the long term success and sustainability of the ODI. Agility. To meet the changing demands of a rapidly growing organisation we will need to be agile to meet shifting challenges and workloads. Team members will be required to take on or let go of tasks and responsibilities either for the short or long term that will be both reasonable and within their capabilities. Respect. The ODI expects everyone to respect and comply with the principles of dignity at work and equal opportunities for everyone. Confidentiality. We are all about open data but what comes with that is the need to be mindful of people's personal data, intellectual property and any business sensitive data. If in any doubt please always ask first before publishing or passing on any data. Health and safety. Please ensure that you cooperate and comply with health and safety obligations, particularly by reporting promptly any defects, risks or potential hazards. Other 3% contributory pension 30 days annual huliday Life Assurance cover Long term disability cover Critical illness cover Childcare voucher scheme Flexible working Coaching and mentoring for skills and personal development £750 annual training budget toward your own professional development About us To find out more about the ODI, its founders Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Professor Sir Nigel Shadbult and the rest of the ODI team please go to www.theodi.org.
Freelance Head of Creative I'm looking for a Freelance Head of Creative for a ongoing role. The ideal candidate will need the following experience- * Extensive experience in Design * Someone who is able to lead and develop a creative team * Brand Strategies * Able to present to stakeholders * Excellent experience and knowledge in delivering creative promotions * Experience in managing a team * Retail/Beauty experience Please apply for more information Creative Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, age, sexuality, gender identification, or physical ability.
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