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Programme Coordinator
Job type: Permanent
Job hours: 35 hours per week
Job pay: £22,916 - £26,583
A fantastic opportunity for individuals with experience in youth facilitation and stakeholder management to join our team as a Programme Coordinator in London, Bristol, Birmingham and the Black Country.
    • Location: London, Bristol, Birmingham or the Black Country.
    • Permanent contract
    • Term Time- 35 hours per week over 48 weeks (Sep-July with August as leave)
    • £22,916 - £26,583 (+£1,833 London Weighting) paid over 12 months
    • Start Date: Monday 2nd September

A fantastic opportunity for individuals with experience in youth facilitation and stakeholder management to join our team as a Programme Coordinator. We have a three-year strategy to increase the number of young people we serve while ensuring we can grow with impact and sustainability. You will join a team that is determined and energetic; reflective and collaborative; and values the experiences and backgrounds of each person we work with.

As a Programme Coordinator (PC) you will be at the frontline of our work, working directly with schools and colleges, young people and local businesses to make an impact! You will be responsible for all aspects of programme management and delivery of the Envision programme in a cluster of schools/colleges in your region.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Programme delivery and facilitating work with young people
  • Programme management and logistics
  • Stakeholder management
  • Impact management

Essential Experience, Knowledge and Competencies:

  • Experience of facilitating activities with young people – including preparing engaging sessions in advance by utilising resources available to them
  • Experience of project management – highly organised, with the ability to manage your own time to meet deadlines
  • Experience of working on projects which have multiple stakeholders – communicating effectively through written and verbal communication
  • Commitment to Envision’s vision, mission and values and ability to work well in, and contribute to, our organisational culture

Desirable Experience, Knowledge and Competencies:

  • Experience of data handling – collecting and recording data in a timely manner using an online CRM system
  • Understanding of, and/ or lived experience of, the barriers that young people face, that contribute to the education and employment gap

Envision seeks to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce and that all applicants and employees receive equal and fair treatment, regardless of age, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability or nationality. We encourage applications with lived experience to apply as they are currently under- represented in our organisation. Envision graduates will be guaranteed a first round interview.

To apply you must please read the application pack and apply online.

Deadline - Midnight Tuesday 4th June  

Please note:

-Applicants must have the right to work in the UK. Unfortunately we are unable to sponsor visas at this time.

-We will only be contacting candidates who have been shortlisted for interview. Therefore, if we do not contact you, please assume you have been unsuccessful.

- We will be interviewing as we go along, so early applicants are encouraged.

- We also regret to inform you that, due to the high volume of applications we receive, we will be unable to provide you with feedback regarding your application.

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