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Sales Manager

Corporate · Dallas | HQ
01/19/2020

Common Desk is looking for a Sales Manager who would be responsible for overseeing the sales activity at Common Desk. This high-performing individual meets our revenue growth objectives through monitoring and assisting the Community Managers with proposal creation, sales strategy, and tour talking points. They focus on building relationships with brokers and prospective tenants, specifically during pre-opening a new location. They develop key sales growth strategies and tactics, as well as identify the actions necessary to achieve and surpass occupancy goals.

Responsibilities:

  • Execute business strategies, plans and procedures that drive results.
  • Responsible for achieving and surpassing sales, profitability, and business goals and objectives.
  • Assist the Community Managers in hitting or exceeding annual sales targets.
  • Develop and execute strategic plans that achieve sales targets and expand our member count.
  • Build and maintain strong, long-lasting customer relationships and brand loyalty.
  • Connect with members to understand their business needs.
  • Identify pain points in a location and work strategically and creatively to fill vacant space.
  • Effectively communicate the advantages of officing at Common Desk through proposals and presentations.
  • Understand location-specific landscapes and trends.
  • Mentor Community Managers to ensure the locations short and long-term occupancy goals are met.
  • Analyze Salesforce metrics and follow up with prospective leads.

Qualifications for Sales Representative:

  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, or related field
  • 2-4 years of sales experience
  • Proven ability to meet and exceed sales quotas
  • Proven track record of successfully managing customer relationships
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Highly self-motivated
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Working knowledge of CRM systems, preferably Salesforce

Did we just become best friends?

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to careers@thecommondesk.com​

Assistant Controller

Accounting · Dallas | HQ
01/19/2020

Common Desk is looking for a reliable Assistant Controller who will be responsible for supporting the accounting operations of Common Desk. This includes working alongside the Controller to produce monthly financial reports, maintain an adequate system of accounting records, as well as create a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to mitigate risk, enhance the accuracy of the company's reported financial results, and ensure that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles.

An effective Assistant Controller has good knowledge of accounting principles, as well as several years of real-world experience. We’re looking for someone who is organized, detail-oriented, and can focus and complete a task at a time. Reliability, resourcefulness, and the ability to carry out tasks both autonomously and collaboratively is a must.

Management

  • Maintain a documented system of accounting policies and procedures.
  • Manage outsourced financial functions.
  • Support the accounting operations of our subsidiary brands, especially their control systems, transaction-processing operations, and policies and procedures.

Reporting

  • Issue timely and complete monthly financial statements.
  • Assist in the  preparation of the corporate annual report.
  • Recommend benchmarks against which to measure the performance of company operations.
  • Calculate and issue financial and operating metrics.
  • Assist in the production of the annual budget and forecasts.
  • Calculate variances from the budget and report significant issues to management.
  • Provide for a system of management cost reports.
  • Provide financial analyses as needed, in particular for capital investments, pricing decisions, and management contract negotiations.

Compliance

  • Coordinate the provision of information to external auditors for the annual audit.
  • Monitor debt levels and compliance with debt covenants.
  • Comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings.

Desired Qualifications: The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in accounting or business administration, or equivalent business experience, and 5-7 years of progressively responsible experience in a major accounting firm or division of a large corporation. Preference will be given to candidates with the Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant designations and experience with REIT and / or large real estate fund accounting.

Work Life: You’ll be primarily working out of our multiple Common Desk locations throughout Dallas / Fort Worth. We promote a hyper flexible working environment, so it’ll also be acceptable for you to work at any of our Fiction Coffee locations, at home, or anywhere else you can find good WiFi. From time to time, you might be expected to travel as needed to company subsidiaries, as well as to potential acquires to conduct due diligence, although this won’t normally be the case. Weekend or evening work is expected on an as needed basis. 

Other things you probably want to know:

  • Full-time, salaried position
  • Unlimited vacation days
  • Health insurance coverage
  • 401K
  • Monthly stipend for phone bill

Did we just become best friends?

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to careers@thecommondesk.com​

Project Manager

Construction · Dallas | HQ
01/19/2020

Full Time | Salary

Common Desk seeks a Construction Project Manager with at least five years of experience in commercial construction who will aid in the creation of all types of Common Desk locations, including vibrant coworking environments, collaborative spaces, and special projects ranging from coffee shops to fitness studios. Our rapid project schedule requires organization, a “can do attitude”, and the ability to work well with the internal Common Desk team, as well as vendors, contractors, and landlords. Additionally, travel will be required.

Responsibilities:

  • Understand Common Desk’s brand and the aesthetic that is appropriate to the market, neighborhood, and program.
  • Collaborate with CD design, construction and launch teams as well as, architects, contractors, and owners to ensure on-budget projects and solutions, while also maintaining design intent and brand standards.
  • Attend weekly OAC meetings on project sites.
  • Assist in bidding, permitting, and construction phases with the appropriate teams whether they are internal Common Desk employees, outside vendors and contractors, ownership, or city officials.
  • Manage construction budgets and deadlines.
  • Assist in on-site field verifications.
  • Report to the Head of Construction.
  • Work closely with the Launch team to ensure on time and smooth project openings.
  • Assist team in furniture, fixtures, and art installations.
  • Coordinate exterior signage applications with vendors, landlords, design team, and city officials.
  • Travel to local and out of state project locations.

Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree in Construction, Engineering, Architecture.
  • Experience with a general contractor or a developer.
  • Practical experience in commercial build out.
  • Reliable, focused, and detail-oriented.
  • Self-directed with a high level of initiative and a “can do” attitude.
  • Highly resourceful problem solver and quick learner.
  • Ability to work both independently and cooperatively in a fast-paced environment.
  • Impeccable and concise communication and presentation skills, verbal and written.
  • Strong time management skills.
  • High level of comfort working with project schedules.
  • Proficient in the following programs: MS Office, Bluebeam.
  • Knowledge of construction systems, interior detailing, MEP systems, structural systems, construction materials, and commercial building codes.

Perks:

  • A ton of cool swag
  • Monthly phone bill coverage of $75 a month
  • Fitness reimbursement through ClassPass of $50 a month
  • UHC Insurance with healthcare, dental, and vision options

Did we just become best friends?

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to careers@thecommondesk.com​

Facilities Associate

Community · Austin
01/19/2020

Full-time  |  Salary

Common Desk is looking for a hardworking, task-oriented Facilities Associate with a can-do attitude. They fill a vital role in ensuring member satisfaction and optimizing member experience through cleanliness and incredibly friendly service. We couldn’t run the space without them! These are the employees who put members first in every way, ensuring that they have a tidy, organized space to work in. If that is you, you naturally leave places better than they found them, and you have an innate attention to detail that will serve you well in this role, as does your ability to work quickly and diligently to resolve facilities-related issues.

Each Common Desk location is staffed with a designated Facilities Associate who is focused solely on keeping the space up to brand standards during the work week. The Facilities Associate role is led by the Community Manager, who will delegate facility-related tasks to maximize member satisfaction and ensure complete order for the Common Desk - Far East Austin location.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the cleanliness, order, and function of the space.
  • Conduct routine preventative maintenance, keeping track of ways to optimize and improve building health.
  • Coordinating with the Director of Facilities to discuss building health.
  • Execute daily tasks and general space upkeep in a timely manner with minimal supervision.
  • Report to the Director of Facilities and Community Manager for updates to daily work schedule.
  • Assess and resolve maintenance issues in the location.
  • Reset conference rooms post-use and ensure that materials are well stocked.
  • Ensure coffee is hot and fresh, refilling the coffee airpots as necessary.
  • Minor wall repair and paint touch ups, as well as assembly of furniture, at times.
  • Install and remove member logos.
  • At times, assist the Community Manager with tours, events, member needs, and bookings.
  • Escort and assist outside vendors, as needed.

Expectations: 

  • You will work alongside the Director of Facilities to identify any repairs, maintenance, or updates required in your building.
  • You will clean and service assigned areas in an organized manner according to Common Desk standards.
  • You will maintain security of equipment, keys, and supplies issued to you.
  • You will report lost and found articles and needed repairs to Community Manager and Director of Facilities.
  • You will be a self-starter, dependable, and solutions-focused.
  • You will present well through appearance and dress.
  • You will be flexible and open to new and innovative solutions that improve building health.
  • You will be customer-centric and member focused, the goal being that you are consistently and authentically enhancing everyone’s workday.
  • You will adhere to the rules, guidelines, and best practices for the community to optimize member experience.
  • You will communicate clearly and effectively to upper management and internal departments.
  • You will be willing to adjust course when appropriate new ideas or objections.
  • You will maintain company standards and expectations.
  • You will work strategically and make decisions with confidence and tact.
  • You will have a passion and commitment to the business.
  • You will operate with understanding, active listening, patience, empathy, and kindness to customers and Common Desk staff alike.
  • You will have a willingness to learn. We share feedback, we get feedback, and we operate in a culture of being open-minded to grow.
  • You will aid in the creation of a collaborative, joy-filled environment amongst our members through events, networking, and personal introductions.

Perks:

  • Three weeks of Paid Time Off
  • A ton of cool swag
  • Monthly phone bill coverage of $75 a month
  • Fitness reimbursement through ClassPass of $50 a month
  • UHC Insurance with healthcare, dental, and vision options

Did we just become best friends?

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to careers@thecommondesk.com​

Community Manager

Community · Dallas
10/04/2019

Full-time | Salary

Common Desk is looking for an energetic, hard-working, and sociable Community Manager to join our team. This position is the heartbeat of the community—responsible for connecting members, maintaining occupancy levels, and setting the tone of the space with warmth and optimism. Empathy and the ability to interact with others is a must on the job, and a willingness to be inconvenienced is essential. 

If this describes you, you’re the type that loves to communicate and is intentional about building relationships, understanding that treating our members well is the key to our success. You also have an uncanny ability to multitask, yet still perform every assignment with immaculate precision. Nothing can get past you, and you’re sure to follow up on every task to make sure it’s completed right and on time.

Community Managers provide support to their teammates, the Hospitality Associate and Facilities Associate, and have the ability to handle difficult situations in a tactful, but firm manner. From conducting tours to handling budgets, the Community Manager is a self-disciplined problem-solver who is eager to go the extra mile for the entrepreneurs, business owners, and freelancers investing in the space.

Responsibilities:

  • Generate leads and conduct tours to work towards maximum occupancy.
  • Manage all building operations and communicate with market support, the Senior Community Manager and VP of Operations, to ensure member satisfaction.
  • Conduct monthly billing through the Common Desk App in tandem with the Accounting team.
  • Solve day-to-day issues to ensure a cohesive community.
  • Mindfully manage the location’s budget in tandem with the Senior Community Manager and VP of Operations.
  • Manage member satisfaction and retention.
  • Create and manage the space’s inventory and supplies list alongside the Facilities Associate, anticipating ordering needs.
  • Oversee events created by the Hospitality Associate.
  • Managing building KPIs.
  • Conduct New Member Orientation, sharing information with members, including but not limited to membership agreement and monthly billing process through the Common Desk App.
  • Manage and maintain relationships with vendors and landlords.
  • Illustrate Common Desk’s values of authenticity, consistency, and hospitality, and strive to achieve our mission of enhancing every workday with your building’s Location Staff.
  • Engage in the larger community by attending events and networking with local start-ups and organizations, being a brand ambassador for Common Desk.
  • Supervise move-ins and move-outs of tenants for a quality experience.

Expectations:

  • You will ensure that building is fully operational and processes are running smoothly.
  • You will maintain company standards and expectations.
  • You will work strategically and make decisions with confidence and tact.
  • You will be a self-starter, dependable, and solutions-focused.
  • You will have a passion and commitment to the business.
  • You will present well through appearance and dress.
  • You will implement rules, guidelines, and best practices for the community to optimize member experience.
  • You will operate with understanding, active listening, patience, empathy, and kindness to customers and Common Desk staff alike.
  • You will have a willingness to learn. We share feedback, we get feedback, and we operate in a culture of being open-minded to grow.
  • You will be responsible for occupancy levels and building health.
  • You will create a collaborative, joy-filled environment amongst our members through events and personal introductions.
  • You will solve member-related issues to ensure a cohesive community and manage member expectations.
  • You will manage the Location Staff team within a building to reach sales goals and execute on their objectives as an individual and a team.
  • You will be accountable for operational results, initiatives, revenue, departmental costs, and operating expenses within your building.
  • You will be customer-centric and member focused, the goal being that you are consistently and authentically enhancing everyone’s workday.

Qualifications:

  • Exceptional organizational and multitasking skills
  • Business operations, project management, and customer service experience
  • A passion for people and community-building
  • College degree

Pay and Benefits:

  • Three weeks of paid time off
  • UHC Insurance with health, dental, and vision options
  • Monthly phone bill coverage of $75/month
  • ClassPass corporate wellness credit of $50/month
  • Lots of happy hours and a ton of cool swag
  • A badass staff

Did we just become best friends?

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to careers@thecommondesk.com​

Full Stack Developer

Design & Tech · Dallas | HQ
01/19/2020

Full time | Salary

Common Desk is hiring a full stack developer to lead the work, innovations, and development of our web and mobile applications connecting people to the amenities and experiences we provide. We are building products that better connect our members with our spaces and each other to help them connect, grow and ultimately be more successful. This position will come with a lot of responsibility and the right person will be expected to deliver at a high pace, with high reward.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead the development of our mobile and web app with the goal of making our members and spaces more successful.
  • Be the team leader for our outsourced product development and design team in Argentina
  • Implement native user interfaces using the latest programming techniques.
  • Use knowledge of Javascript (React in frontend, Node in backend and React native in mobile) development to help guide design and engineering decisions.
  • Work with the rest of our staff to help shape the vision of our mobile and desktop products.
  • Solve challenging engineering, scaling and performance issues.

Requirements:

  • 5+ years building complex Javascript applications (web and mobile)
  • B.S. in Computer Science or extensive and relevant hands-on experience in software engineering
  • NodeJs (Express, Mongoose, Mocha)
  • ReactJs (Flow, Cypress, Redux, Socket IO)
  • MongoDB (Clustering)
  • AWS (EC2, ECS, Route53, S3, Lambda, ALB, CloudFront, SNS, SES)
  • Jenkins
  • Docker
  • GITHub
  • Terraform / Puppet / Ansible
  • Experience with integrations with platforms such as Stripe, Xero, Dynamics and Square

Desirable:

  • React Native
  • Apple Store and Google Play Store experience
  • Push Notifications with SNS
  • Remote team and project management

Perks:

  • A flexible working environment
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Lots of happy hours
  • Badass coworkers
  • Monthly phone bill coverage
  • Medical, dental, vision benefits

Did we just become best friends?

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to careers@thecommondesk.com​

Dallas-Fort Worth Marketing Manager

Marketing · Dallas | HQ
08/01/2019

Full time | Salary

Common Desk is looking for a Marketing Manager with impeccable skills in digital marketing, storytelling, design, and strategy to help our marketing department establish and grow the Common Desk brand across Dallas and beyond. Our DFW Marketing Manager will work with and report to our Head of Marketing and will play a key role in strategy and production management to help launch new Common Desk locations, all while maintaining the success of currently open Common Desk spaces in Dallas.

The Marketing Managers at Common Desk are fast learners, early adopters, and energetic self-starters who have a passion for connecting others. They have an inherent eye for detail and a knack for advancing a brand’s mission. At Common Desk, they work to evolve our voice using digital marketing tools, strategic campaigns, relationship building, and creative content. They’re driven by working for a brand that values out-of-the-box ideas, hard work, and making the world’s workday look a little less mundane. Our Marketing Managers are task and goal-oriented, but also thrive off of having variation in the workday; the thought of working in different locations (sometimes multiple in one day) and never being bound to a cubicle is a dream come true to them, because they know that no matter the environment, they’ve got what it takes to be heads-down and get hard work done quickly and efficiently. When it comes down to it, they want to do a little bit of everything and learn a lot about everything—and that’s why they love marketing and the concept of coworking.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the management of location-based staff’s marketing efforts across the Common Desk spaces in their market.
  • Manage pre-opening budgets and deadlines for Common Desk launches.
  • Spearhead strategy for launching new spaces alongside the Launch team.
  • Oversee content marketing strategy for their market—capturing stories, creating compelling content, and helping tell them through our blog and social media.
  • Assist in the creation and execution of digital marketing strategies across Common Desk spaces.
  • Send targeted email marketing campaigns to prospects to brand-build and drive sales efforts for their pre-opening and open spaces.
  • Manage Common Desk’s Members Weekly email campaign in their market.
  • Create and send outbound email marketing campaigns to prospective members for the launch of locations / growth of current locations.
  • Assist in social media content creation for their market alongside our Social Media Manager.
  • Maintain brand consistency in design by working with the Head of Marketing to create thoughtful and on-brand graphics and promotional materials.
  • Coordinate with Common Desk Community Managers in their market to promote each Common Desk space in creative and unique ways, driving revenue through local marketing and ad campaigns.
  • Ideate and implement brand-centric, out of the box events, sponsorships, and activations.
  • Help establish and grow strategic partnerships with other great brands.
  • Use guerilla marketing tactics to generate attention and hype in various campaigns.

Qualifications:

  • At least 1-2 years of marketing experience
  • Extensive creative writing skills
  • Impeccable grammar + written/verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge of Facebook for Business (Facebook Ads Manager a plus), Google Adwords, MailChimp (or other email marketing platforms), Canva and/or Adobe Suite, and GoogleBusiness
  • Attention to detail, organization
  • Ability to multitask and manage a wide range of tasks at once
  • Ability to analyze and use data to drive decisions / inform of results
  • Familiar with Graphic Design and various design tools like Canva and the Adobe Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop)
  • Eye for photography to help capture moments to share on social media platforms
  • Ability to break a few rules, think out of the box, and put ideas into action
  • Event planning / production management experience a plus

Perks:

  • Unlimited Paid Time Off
  • A flexible working environment
  • Lots of happy hours
  • Badass coworkers
  • Monthly phone bill coverage
  • Medical, dental, vision benefits

Did we just become best friends?

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to careers@thecommondesk.com​

Hospitality Associate

Community · Plano
01/19/2020

Full time | Salary

Common Desk is looking for an outgoing, hospitable, and supremely organized Hospitality Associate for our Granite Park location in Plano. The Hospitality Associate is the first face members and guests see when entering the location, meaning they set the tone for the Common Desk experience! If that is you, you exude confidence and warmth. You have an optimistic, friendly energy and tackle repetitive tasks with a can-do attitude all while manning the front desk with positivity and tact. You’re naturally welcoming and inclusive and are a team player at heart. The Hospitality Associate role is led by the Community Manager, who will delegate administrative tasks to maximize member satisfaction and ensure complete order for the Common Desk space.

This position is for our Granite Park location, which is located within walking distance to the neighborhood’s best local restaurants, bars, and boutique shops. In addition to location, you would be joining a team of kickass employees dedicated to enhancing every workday.

Responsibilities:

  • Be a warm and friendly first impression for Common Desk
  • Manage the flow of guests and members in and out of the space
  • Quickly and effectively respond to email and phone inquiries for the space, as needed
  • Create, plan, and host events to help shape the community dynamic, reporting them to the Marketing Team in a timely manner
  • Manage the events portion of the budget in tandem with the Community Manager, keeping in mind cost when purchasing items for said events
  • Efficiently handle the day to day responsibilities of the space, such as sorting mail, answering phone calls and emails, making coffee for guests, and, at times, giving tours
  • Manage the location’s Facebook page, posting content in our brand voice in tandem with our Head of Marketing, Marketing Manager, and Social Media Manager
  • Serve guests coffee, spirits, and snacks with hospitality
  • Conduct New Member Orientation, including educating members on all relevant Common Desk policies and procedures and encouraging usage of the app to activate the space’s amenities
  • Develop relationships with members and proactively gather information to identify both Common Desk and member amenities that could meet their needs and help them achieve their goals
  • Use organization to maintain order in the space’s day-to-day operations in conjunction with the Community Manager and Facilities Associate
  • Operate with understanding, active listening, patience, empathy, and kindness to customers and Common Desk staff alike
  • Operate with a willingness to learn. We share feedback, we get feedback, and we operate in a culture of being open-minded to grow

Qualifications:

  • A passion for people and community-building
  • Exceptional organizational and multitasking skills
  • Customer service experience
  • Technological skills—computer, printer, and phone

Perks:

  • Three weeks of paid time off
  • UHC Insurance with health, dental, and vision options
  • Monthly phone bill coverage of $75/month
  • ClassPass corporate wellness credit of $50/month
  • Lots of happy hours and a ton of cool swag
  • A badass staff

Did we just become best friends?

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to careers@thecommondesk.com​

Chief Operating Officer

C-Suite · Dallas | HQ
01/19/2020

Full time | Salary

Reporting directly to the CEO, the COO will oversee and manage aspects of our corporate team and market leaders. We are looking for an autonomous leader with experience in brick and mortar, hospitality concept deployment on a national scale. The COO will be responsible for streamlining a now large hospitality operation to achieve efficiencies that help improve performance and profitability. He / she will oversee sales, customer experience, design and construction, HR and our network of spaces.

Responsibilities:

  • Execute business strategies, plans and procedures that drive results.
  • Responsible for achieving and surpassing sales, profitability, and business goals and objectives.
  • Design and implement an organization structure with a communication plan and organization process flow chart.
  • Set comprehensive goals for performance and growth.
  • Collaborate with the management team to develop and implement plans for the operational infrastructure of systems, processes, and people designed to accommodate the rapid growth objectives of our organization.
  • Travel between locations as necessary for support, troubleshooting, and training.
  • Ensures that communication of company strategy is consistent, yet flexible in order to adapt to changing market conditions, and plans for changes and implementation are clear and include solid measurements and accountability.
  • Promote an environment that rapidly assimilates new information to improve business performance. Remain knowledgeable of the newest technologies, trends and innovations in the industry.
  • Facilitate sound decisions that balance business need for local customization versus the benefits of company-wide practices that leverage the company’s scale and reinforce consistency across regions.
  • Maximize coworker performance and positive morale.
  • Analyze all metrics; including but not limited to, financial reports, member satisfaction, coworker pulse checks, and employee turnover.
  • Responsible for overall quality of the member experience working in concert with the Vice President of Operations, Director of Hospitality, and Director of Facilities.
  • Assist with budgets and forecasts for each location and implementation of the annual budget. Work alongside the accounting team and Senior Community Managers to develop their annual budgets, to accurately forecast financial performance, and to deliver financial results in accordance with those budgets.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree required
  • 10+ years within the Hospitality / Retail / Office Industry
  • 5+ years of Senior Leadership experience
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Service-oriented, and a collaborative influence style
  • History of success or learning-rich failure in a start-up environment
  • Decision making authority and measurable P&L impact in prior roles
  • Experience managing a diverse portfolio of responsibilities
  • Strong company operations experience
  • The ability to lead, establish, build and maintain a superior professional staff and work well with subordinates, senior executives and investors
  • A reputation as a strong leader with the passion for setting clear, measurable objectives, delegating responsibility, recognizing outstanding performance, and correcting sub-par performance

Did we just become best friends?

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to careers@thecommondesk.com​

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