Would you like to join The Kernel’s fast-growing team? We’ve got big plans for 2012, and you could be a part of them.
In April, The Kernel will begin a programme of events to complement our written, photographed and filmed journalism. We’ll host lectures by prominent thought leaders and authors, panel debates, meet-ups and an invitation-only, bi-monthly series of dinners and cocktail parties called The Kernel and Friends. It’s going to be an exciting year, and we’re looking forward to experimenting with various models to see what works.
But, to do all that, we need some help. So we are currently seeking an events manager to co-ordinate our portfolio of live events. You’ll have some experience in the area, be a polished host and understand a bit about the economics of large-scale public event management. But you’ll also have the attention to detail necessary to execute intimate, high-end dinners for our network of founders, investors and other ecosystem players.
This isn’t a full-time position: you’ll work on commission on each project, enjoying a generous slice of revenue from all the events we run and you’ll be given considerable executive freedom, working with our deputy editor to come up with new ways to delight our readers. Finally, you’ll be based in London, as that’s where we’re going to start things off.
Sound like you? Drop us a line at email@example.com.