London, Greater London
£36,200 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Do you want to support us to scale up solutions to the world’s most pressing social needs? Interested in working in an innovative, flexible and dynamic team? We’re looking for someone to join our consulting team in the UK office.  


The organisation


Spring Impact (formerly known as The International Centre for Social Franchising) is an organisation with a bold social mission.


We work with social impact projects around the world that are doing truly transformative work, developing the plans, the systems and the processes they need in order to become scalable and reach many more people.


Spring Impact is a registered charity, but one that operates with bags of entrepreneurial drive. We are innovative, imaginative and highly skilled in doing a lot with a little. The team you will be joining are an exceptional bunch who have been drawn from highly successful careers in a variety of fields and who have chosen to focus their talents on scaling social impact.


The role


We are looking for someone to join our dynamic and growing consultancy team as a Senior Consultant. As a Senior Consultant, you are a trusted and seasoned advisor to our clients. Typically, you’ll be able to demonstrate at least three years’ experience of managing projects and leading teams to deliver high quality work: managing competing priorities, delegating appropriately and communicating effectively to achieve results.


You will be confident taking responsibility for drawing sound conclusions from complex information and managing client relationships.


Other details


  • Salary: starting at £36,200 per annum. Salary may be negotiable dependent on previous consultancy experience
  • Work location is Finsbury Square, London with the potential for international travel
  • Starting from August 2020
  • You will need existing permission to work in the UK


Deadline and interview dates


Deadline for application: 9am, Monday 8th June 2020. We will review applications as they are submitted and, for exceptional candidates, consider offering earlier interview dates. We may therefore choose to make an appointment before this application window closes.


Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a telephone interview, taking place during the week commencing 15th June 2020.


A smaller shortlist will then be invited to a final interview, taking place during week commencing 22nd June 2020. 


In the event that it is possible and desirable to do this interview face to face, in order to ensure that candidates face no barriers to attending interview, Spring Impact will reimburse the train fare of anyone travelling from outside of London.



Flexible working


Because we understand that an office-based 9-to-5 will not suit everyone, staff at Spring Impact are encouraged to make use of our generous flexible working policy. Wherever possible we aim to give each person responsibility to choose when and where they work, and to find the right balance between office-based and home working. We are also happy to discuss further accommodations you may require to fulfil this role.




Spring Impact understands that in order to provide the best possible advice to our diverse client base across a wide range of sectors, we are strongest when our team has a variety of experience, expertise, and insights to draw from. For us, diversity isn’t merely a strategy: it’s an essential part of our organisational success. We are committed to ensuring that Spring Impact is representative of our society at large, and is an inclusive environment for all, regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, and socioeconomic background.





To make an application


To make an application please email your written application which should include the following:


  • A cover note, detailing:


  • Which role you are applying for
  • How you heard about the job
  • When you would be available to start
  • Details of two referees – please note that references would only be taken up immediately ahead of an offer being made and with your prior knowledge


  • An up to date CV of no more than two pages


  • A 1-2 page supporting statement, demonstrating:
    • Your understanding of Spring Impact’s mission and what, therefore, attracts you to the organisation
    • The respects in which your skills, knowledge and experience are a good fit for the role, with specific reference to the Job Description and Person Specification attached


Please note that as Spring Impact is committed to diversity, we aim to keep our recruitment processes as fair and open as possible. We are therefore unable to meet with potential candidates before interview. If you have any questions about specific elements of the application process, please direct your enquiries to our 'jobs' email address as provided for submitting applications.

Refreshed on: 27 May 2020
Closed date: 08 June 2020
Tags: Project Management