Job and role opportunities Are you passionate about environmental issues and keen to empower more people to take positive action? We’re committed to promoting diversity in our organisation, through the projects we run and the culture we create. We recognise how important inclusivity is, how much of a problem the lack of diversity in the environmental sector is and how much still needs to be done. We’re keen to address this. We provide equal opportunities within our organisation and strongly encourage people of all backgrounds to apply for roles. We are always striving for a culture that is open, listening to and learning from perspectives that broaden our understanding and facilitate better creative problem solving. If you'd like to be the first to hear about new opportunities and what we're up to, subscribe to our newsletter below. SUBSCRIBE Available roles Director, Projects and Partnerships Location: Central London / FlexibleContract: Full Time (35 hours p/w)Start date: ASAPSalary: £72,400 - £78,600Reporting to: CEODeadline to apply: May 15th, 2022, 11:59pm We're looking for a new Director to join the team at Hubbub, leading on projects and partnerships. The right candidate will be at their best when generating new ideas and proposals, inspiring teams, dealing with senior stakeholders and delivering multi-stakeholder projects that have a big impact. These abilities can have been acquired anywhere, but commitment to the environment is a must: you might be an expert in climate communications, waste, fashion or the circular economy, or maybe you’re a generalist from a sustainability background. What’s most important is that you are committed to our vision and ways of working and are ready to build campaigns that cut through the noise and confusion on the environment and inspire positive action. Download the full job description below to find out more, and please apply through our partner Prospect-us. JOB DESCRIPTION APPLY HERE Project Coordinator - Community Calling Location: Central London / Flexible Contract: Full Time (35 hours p/w) Start date: ASAP Salary: £27,500-£32,300 depending on experience, plus 5% pension contribution and benefits Reporting to: Senior Creative Partner Deadline to apply: May 29th, 2022, 11:59pm Community Calling is a smartphone redistribution initiative whereby individuals and businesses donate unwanted smartphones which are then rehomed with digitally excluded people. We tackle the issues of e-waste and digital exclusion in one. The project runs nationwide and has so far seen the redistribution of over 10,000 smartphones, accompanied by free data from Virgin Media O2 via the National Databank. We are looking for someone with impeccable administration skills and strong systems - thinking to support the creation of a slick user experience for those wanting to donate devices, those requesting devices to support digitally excluded individuals, and those wanting to support the project in some way. Community Calling is agile by nature, and this means the ideal candidate will enjoy working reactively as well as proactively.Download the full job description below to find out more, and please apply through our partner Applied. FULL JOB DESCRIPTION APPLY HERE Project Coordinator - Apprentice Location: Central London / Flexible Contract: 35 hours (total work & study) Start date: Sep 5th, 2022 Salary: £22,000 Deadline to apply: June 10th, 2022 We’re trying a new approach to bringing more diversity into our sector. We’re partnering with Queen Mary University of London to offer two ‘degree apprenticeships’. You’d work 4 days per week for us and spend the other day studying for a BSc Business Management (Social Change) degree over a four year period, combining campus-based and work-based learning. At Hubbub, you will support the delivery of a range of Hubbub’s campaigns, which could focus on helping people cut food waste, tackle fast fashion, make their community stronger and greener, and much more. You’ll also bring new ideas for projects, and help the organisation grow and develop. The role offers a wide variety of experience, the chance to take on real responsibility, and opportunities for advancement within the organisation. We’ll support your training development to help you succeed. The application process includes an interview with Hubbub, and QMUL’s assessment centre, which will run between 11th and 15th July. To find out more, and to apply, visit the National Apprenticeship Service website. Find out more/Apply here Keen to find out more about Hubbub? Find out more about our work and the difference we make. OUR CAMPAIGNShubbub's IMPACT Or, dive into our hub of tips for hundreds of everyday ideas to live more sustainably.