Mind Gym uses the latest behavioral science to transform the performance of companies and the lives of people who work in them. Most of FTSE100/S&P100 are clients and over 2 million professionals in 60 countries have taken part in a live Mind Gym experience, whilst many more have connected digitally.

We’re growing rapidly and have successfully floated on the London Stock Exchange.  This is just the start.  We have a bold vision to redefine how companies and individuals flourish, and so disrupt the market for behavioural change.

If you’re determined to make a difference, voraciously curious and brimming with entrepreneurial spirit, we’d like to hear from you.

The job:

Fancy a career in project management? Are you organised with a deep-seated passion for delivering excellence and delighting clients? At Mind Gym, clients come second…the individual employee comes first.

We’ve all heard some variation of the story about the FedEx man who swam across the sea/hired a private jet to deliver a wedding dress ensuring it arrived in time for The Big Day. While Mind Gym isn’t in the business of couriering items, we are in the business of ensuring clients are delighted. Each and every time.

This will include:

  • Learning and executing our end-to-end process to support in delighting our clients
  • Identifying the perfect coach and gathering insights to share with clients and colleagues
  • Professional, informed and timely responses to all communications
  • Coordinating with our network of coaches for timely and informed feedback
  • Administrative support for office, project, logistics and team coordination

About you:

  • Excellent organisation, multi-tasking, and prioritisation skills
  • Attention-to-detail and quality in all tasks and interactions
  • Demonstrate poise and grace under pressure
  • Superior interpersonal, relationship and rapport-building skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to present self professionally and intelligently to internal and external stakeholders
  • Demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness

If this sounds like something you’d be great at, we’d love to hear from you.  

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