£28000.00 - £33000.00 per annum
over 3 years ago
A leading national charity who work to create a society safe from prejudice and discrimination by partnering with schools, local authorities, criminal justice education services and other organisations are recruiting for a Regional Manager for their London Education programmes to drive delivery to young people in school and community settings.
Established for nearly 20years you will be part of a small but dedicated and collaborative team who use the life and diary of Anne Frank and the Holocaust, making direct links with contemporary issues and events, through exhibitions, workshops and peer events.
This is an exciting time to join the team. Having just been recognised by the Equality and Human Rights Commission and by the Metropolitan Police, with whom they have just announced a new working partnership, and also having been identified as a flagship project in the Government's Hate Crime Action Plan, the organisation are looking for someone with the drive and creativity to play an instrumental part in developing and implementing new products and programmes to empower young people with the knowledge, skills and confidence to challenge all forms of prejudice and discrimination.
As the London Regional Manager you will work alongside 6 other regional managers spread across the UK and be part of an overall team of 21. You will have responsibility for the management and delivery of the 4 key education programmes run across the capital, as well as for the management of one Project Officer and the freelance facilitators who deliver the programmes on a daily basis.
As someone who has real get up and go, you will be tasked with growing the reach of the programmes across all the London Boroughs by building relationships with partners and funders, as well as contributing to the development and revision of products, programmes and resources with your fellow education team members.
Coming from full time experience working with children and young people in an educational or youth work setting, ideally at KS3/secondary school age, you will have experience of creating products, programmes or resources for use in educational or youth work setting.
You will have had direct line management experience over at least one member of staff; have had sole responsibility for a function within an organisation as well as experience of managing and delivering projects on time and within budget.
This role will involve some travel across the UK and therefore include occasional overnight stays on adhoc basis, however the organisation has a great flexible working environment with working from home and flexible working hours.
If you are someone who is excited about the opportunity to take autonomy over a role and really push the reach of the education programmes into a stronger position across London then please send a tailored CV showing how you meet the key requirements for the role as well as a supporting statement of no more than two sides of A4, which addresses your motivations for applying and how you meet the key criteria to the Education Team quoting reference number J64376KP.
For further information please do not hesitate to contact us and we look forward to receiving your application.