3Space was formed in 2010 as a direct response to the increase in vacant commercial premises brought about by the financial crisis and changes in the way we work and shop. Whilst others saw the empty buildings, we saw the opportunity. We work with corporates, government and developers to unlock surplus commercial space, to drive regeneration and benefit local communities.
We are a full service operator who have worked across the UK delivering a wide range of projects and innovative uses across office, retail, courthouses, school buildings and banks. Our current area of focus is purpose driven workspace where high growth start-ups work side by side with non-profits and experimental projects.
Our BUYGIVEWORK initiative is the first to apply the Buy One = Give One approach to property. Businesses buy space, 3Space give space away to local non-profits and experimental projects, and the result is a better workplace – one that is representative of the area whilst fostering new types of uses and technologies.
Our current positions available are listed below. If you would like to express your interest in future employment or collaboration opportunities then please send an email and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
In September 2018 3Space opened London’s largest affordable workspace in Brixton. A home for entrepreneurs unlike any other – facilitated by our BuyGiveWork initiative where space is given away when space is bought. The building is spread over 12 storeys, with four new Give Hubs for Brixton, a ground floor event space, a rooftop bar co-working and socialising space, and with all you’d expect from a professional workspace.
At near full occupancy we have a great mix of partners and tenants of nearly 100 organisations which includes Business Launchpad, Resi, Assemble, KYND, Photofusion, Capital Enterprise, Amazing Productions, Fixperts, Gravity Sketch, Library of Things, RefuAid, The Restart Project and Brixton Design Trail.
We are looking for someone great to join our team, check out the job description below and if you’re interested please send us across a copy of your CV and a cover letter explaining why you think you’d be good for the role to email@example.com.
Job Title: Building Host
Salary: London Living Wage, £10.55 ph
Hours: 40 hours per week, 3 days per week 08:30 - 16:30, 2 days per week 11:00 - 19:00
Start Date: ASAP
The building hosts will be the first people that visitors encounter as they enter 3Space International House and we want to ensure that they are made to feel welcome and looked after. The role will work closely with the Community Manager to make both residents and visitors receive excellent service and the building is seen as a fun and welcoming space.
There will be the opportunity for the role to evolve in particular to include assisting the Community Manager with the running of the Social Media Accounts and Events Program and to work with the COO on an ongoing program of building works, space design and refurbishment.
We expect applicants to be interested in urban regeneration issues, and would welcome applications from those who are either interested in a design related field or who have experience with social media engagement. As a small team working on large scale public projects we offer the opportunity to implement your ideas and gain exposure.
The Responsibilities of the role include:
Meeting visitors to the building and making sure they feel welcome
Receive post and deliveries for building residents
Making sure tenants and visitors experience a level of service which they would be willing to shout about to others, troubleshooting and proactively responding to any issues from entry to exit
Managing the schedule for the loading bay area
Liaising with contractors and external FM team
Assisting the Community Manager in the data collection for compiling reports
Helping with the co-ordination of events, including space configuration and preparation.
First point of call to respond to tenant enquiries and complaints
Assist the community manager with the running of the building’s social media accounts
Assist the COO in the ongoing building improvements program
Depending on the day either opening up or closing down the workspace areas and reception
Liaising with the rooftop operator on day to day activity
Experience and Skills required:
Excellent interpersonal skills including strong verbal and written communication
Great organisational skills including the ability to juggle multiple tasks
A passion for social enterprise and entrepreneurship
Directly relevant experience or experience that you can demonstrate would be beneficial to the role
Use of multiple social media platforms
Demonstrable knowledge of the Brixton and the surrounding area, and a willingness to seek out local connections and engagement opportunities
Proficient IT skills