There are many difference facets to Motion Global’s company culture that pertain not just to the company as a whole but also to our different divisions.
There are three aspects though that truly define our community that stretches far beyond what you come to work to do everyday.
Who are we?
We have over 30 different nationalities working within the company from all corners of the earth. Not only do we celebrate peoples’ individual cultures but more importantly we revel in the fact that our company is proud to be one of the most multicultural workplaces you can find around the world.
The average age for a Motion Global employee is 28 – your new family is filled with energy, enthusiasm and a love of change and challenge in the brave new world of online retail. We work hard, we play hard and pride ourselves on innovating new ways to get things done.
As you’re reading this, things are changing in Motion Global. When we started in 2006, we had approximately 3 staff. Now in 2014 we are 150 and by 2016 we expect to reach to around 600 people.
What this means for you is more than just having to move desks regularly – you will be expected to take a leadership role early on as you gain more responsibility. If you can prove yourself, you will fast track your career at a lightning pace. The career progression you’ll experience here if you perform well, will see you handed more responsibility and the ability to make your own decisions faster than most other companies in the world.
We are aggressive in our business expansion and our corporate structure is evolving faster than anyone expected – you will join a team of ‘intrapreneurs’ (internal entrepreneurs) who are constantly finding ways to do more with less.
EO ITALY is the Italian Chapter of the Global Entrepreneur Organisation. The Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) is a global, peer-to-peer network of more than 14,000+ influential business owners with 198 chapters in 61 countries. Founded in 1987, EO is the catalyst that enables leading entrepreneurs to learn and grow, leading to greater success in business and beyond.
The Italian Chapter seeks a mature Chapter Manager to work in a Administrative Officer capacity for approximately 10 hours on a weekly basis on a part-time basis.
Activities and Responsibilities
Work and liaise with chapter board to ensure smooth internal operations
Close collaboration with individual board members on various local initiatives
Facilitate monthly board meetings and assist with the development of the chapter strategy
Maintenance and scheduling of yearly calendar and planning cycle (events, trainings, meetings)
Coordinate and attend chapter events and trainings
Coordinate the member recruitment and renewal process
Coordinate internal communication and ensure members are aware of external opportunities
Source best practices from other regional and global chapters
Liaise between local chapter and EO Global regional staff (primarily Area Manager for Europe)
Maintenance of chapter information on EOnetwork and local CRM
Day-to-day communication with members (e.g. when EO Global staff follow-up is required)
Manage day-to-day chapter administration
Invoices and payments
Catalogue information in local CRM and on EOnetwork
Send out local communications via WhatsApp, email, etc.
Work closely with core board members on local initiatives
Membership chair on recruitment processes
Forum chair on forum placement and scheduling trainings
Learning chair on event logistics
President on board meeting organization and day-to-day operations
Finance chair on payments and managing the yearly budget
The role can be done virtual
Occasional travel to attend board meetings (Milan) and local learning events
Required language skills: English and Italian proficiency
Working hours per week: between 8 and 10 hours per week, with the possibility of adding more hours in the future, according to the need and budget of the Chapter