Team Coordinator Rotation Programme
London, UK
3d ago

The role

Team Coordinators enable teams to focus entirely on the DeepMind mission. This means removing administrative pressures from Team Leads and Programme Managers, resolving issues before they arise, improving processes and adapting to changing priorities in order to provide a seamless experience for our teams.

Reporting into the Central Support Manager, you'll join a fun, fast-paced and diverse community of Team Coordinators that learns and supports one another, sees opportunities for collaboration across the organisation and collectively shares learnings and knowledge.

You will be supported and encouraged in the pursuit of your personal learning and development goals, and given training throughout the Programme.

This is an exciting and unparalleled opportunity to experience the multi-disciplinary teams across DeepMind. As you develop this understanding and skill set, you’ll be encouraged to think about where your interest may align in the longer term.

You'll be surrounded by some of the brightest minds in the world, whilst building an invaluable breadth of skills.

Main responsibilities :

You can expect to be responsible for a broad range of administrative tasks and whilst projects and scope may vary, core responsibilities will include :

Team Operations : Coordinate and facilitate team meetings, organise team activities, socials and off-sites and collaborating with relevant teams for larger scale DeepMind events, such as conferences

Reporting and Tracking : Keeping all documentation up to date and ensuring progress is communicated; end to end Purchase Order, contract and expense processing and troubleshooting

Process improvement : Proposing and implementing opportunities for continuous improvement across administrative and operational processes to grow efficiencies and share knowledge.

Project Coordination : Supporting the rapidly evolving needs of the organisation. Working on strategic priorities; this could be through short or longer term projects, working groups or individual workstreams.

Team Culture and Environment : Enabling a supportive and inclusive environment for your team to thrive. This could be through the effective coordination of a new starter induction or proactively providing important opportunities for the team to connect.

About you

  • Passionate about DeepMind’s mission and the benefits this can bring to the world; and want to contribute to our ambitious, long term goals
  • Extremely organised; comfortable multitasking and working in fast paced, changeable and ambiguous environments.
  • Strong attention to detail with a dedication to delivering quality work
  • Willing to roll your sleeves up and get stuck in with anything, no task is too big or too small. Try new things and be experimental.
  • Flexible and highly responsive to the needs of people and projects, finding satisfaction in enabling effective team collaboration and positive change.
  • Self-aware with excellent communication skills and the ability to deal thoughtfully, calmly and effectively with a wide range of people
  • Proactive problem-solver; you understand the importance of doing exceptional work and are motivated by achieving results and being part of a team
  • Curious, you ask questions and are energised by learning new things and developing new skills, with a long term view on career success
  • Essential skills and experience

  • A Levels or equivalent qualification
  • A university degree or at least 12 months relevant work experience, where you can demonstrate how you have operated in a fast paced and changing environment
  • An understanding of DeepMind and our research
  • Competitive salary applies

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