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Grants and Aid Manager

 

We’re Fever!

Fever is the leading global entertainment discovery platform and has revolutionised the world of entertainment since 2015, inspiring over 45 million people every month to discover the best experiences in their cities. Fever empowers event organizers to create amazing experiences, with successful examples such as the “Candlelight Concert Series” attended by over 1 million guests, the Los Angeles based “Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience”, or the “Mad Hatter G&T Party” in multiple cities across the world. 

Fever is a US company with a team of over 550 people, currently present in more than 80 cities, with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, Paris, Madrid, and Barcelona, and is backed by leading institutional investors, including Rakuten Capital, Accel, Fidelity, and Atresmedia among others.

What do we do?

Fever’s marketplace is composed of events and experiences hosted by organizers that we provide visibility to via our marketplace and media network.

However, given that Fever and our Secret Media Network provide us with millions of data points and insights around how people consume offline entertainment, we are now able to go one step further in the value chain and create our own “Fever Originals” experiences, similar to how Netflix has begun to create their own shows. We believe there is a huge opportunity to create more of our own content, and continue to provide an amazing content offering to our users!

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a member of the Finance team, you will report directly to the Head of Finance. This is a role that will require proactivity, autonomy, drive and a good deal of project manager. You will familiarise yourself closely with Fever’s mission and vision, structure, strategy, and objectives, and manage the full lifecycle of grants and aids in a myriad of countries Fever is present in. 

You will be expected to:

  • Research and identify grant and aid opportunities for the exciting projects Fever and its subdivisions are undertaking, including collaborative projects with other companies
  • Analyse identified opportunities to establish feasibility and costs (including both application and subsequent compliance costs)
  • Manage the application and subsequent compliance processes for grants and aid:
  • Identify and involve internal stakeholders and documentation holders
  • Coordinate and prioritize application preparation 
  • Create workflows (and related matrixes of responsibilities)
  • Monitor compliance with grant/aid programs obtained and related expenditure 
  • Prepare reporting documentation (including financial and KPIs)
  • Take responsibility for knowledge management related to grants and aid

In order to be successful in this role, you will:

  • Have a C2 or native English level, with strong written communication skills. Other languages a plus but not necessary
  • Have an excellent academic record or experience in top-notch multinational companies or top-tier consultancy firms
  • Be able to read and prepare financial documentation
  • Some experience in grants and aid a plus
  • Have a keen eye for strategy and business, and be committed to company goals
  • Possess strong project management skills
  • Be an effective communicator who brings emotional intelligence to work

You can expect to join a group of diverse, hardworking team players, where a cultural fit is someone willing to stay humble, learn, and work nimbly with plenty of ownership over matters entrusted to you. We welcome applications with unusual backgrounds with the expectation that the applicant will have acquired hard and soft skills necessary to succeed in the position throughout their experiences.

This role is located in Fever’s HQ in Madrid, and although we can be flexible with the timing you will be expected to move there if you are living elsewhere.

BENEFITS

  • Opportunity to have a real impact in a high-growth global category leader
  • 40% discount on all Fever events and experiences
  • Work in a location in the heart of Madrid, with possible travel across our markets
  • Home office friendly
  • Responsibility from day one and professional and personal growth
  • Great work environment with a young, international team of talented people to work with!
  • Health insurance and other benefits such as Flexible remuneration with a 100% tax exemption through Cobee.
  • English Lessons
  • We have free  food, drink and fruit at the office!
  • Possibility to receive in advance part of your salary by Payflow
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