ARE YOU OUR NEXT MEMBER HOST?


What is a member host?

A member host is someone who shares their skills with us on a part-time basis. They play an important role in helping us create a stronger community amongst our members and beyond. We hire member hosts on a needs basis.

In the past this has included member hosts that have been in charge of photography, videography, organising member events and blogging.

For current vacancies, see below.  

Why join us?

Impact Hub King's Cross is part a global network with over 100 Hubs worldwide.

We provide a unique ecosystem of resources, inspiration, and collaboration opportunities to grow the positive impact of individuals and businesses, as well as a bright and friendly space to work.

By becoming a member host, you’ll be joining a talented crew of videographers, bloggers and photographers who are dedicated to creating a community that we can all be proud of.  

What will you get in return?

In return for your help, you will receive a Hub 50 membership.

This includes:

  • 50 hours of co-working a month (worth £140 before VAT)
  • A 35% discount on all meeting rooms
  • Free access to business support
  • Connect to members here at King’s Cross and beyond (including a global network of change makers and entrepreneurs)
  • Travel around different Impact Hubs with the Impact Hub Passport
  • Bike storage
  • Shower facilities
     

Current Vacancies

We are currently looking for a Social Media member host!

We are looking for a confident and organised individual to schedule relevant tweets (events, opportunities, promotional tweets, blog posts, articles etc.) in return for a Hub 50 membership here at Impact Hub King’s Cross.

For the full description and information on how to apply, click here.

Vacancies are updated on an ongoing basis.  

Click to view other career opportunities at Impact Hub King's Cross.

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