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Blueprint for All, Deptford
£21,000 - £23,000 per year
The Programmes Officer will deliver on a portfolio of funded programmes and work flexibly and responsively across the programme strands.
Posted 6 days ago Quick Apply

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Southall Black Sisters, Southall
£26,000 - £29,000 per year depending on qualification and experience
Join our dynamic team in Southall to provide advice, support, and advocacy services to Black and minoritised victims of domestic abuse.
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Women in Prison, London
£26,660 per year
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Dementia UK, EC3N, London
£22,000 per year
Dementia UK is looking for someone to support the virtual events team by managing the Facebook Groups.
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Charity People, City of London
£28000 - £29000 per annum
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High Trees Community Development Trust, London
£28,000 - £34,000 per year
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Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, Holborn
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Deptford, Greater London
£21,000 - £23,000 per year
Contract, 1-year fixed term (with an opportunity for extension), Full-time
Job description

*Please Note: we have an incredible opportunity to hire multiple Programme Officers if suitable candidates are found.*

Purpose of this post is:

The programmes officer is responsible for delivery on assigned programmes, ensuring that participants receive quality provision, whether working solely or with external delivery partners and consultants, this includes collecting and reviewing beneficiary and partner data. This post will support the programmes coordinators and programmes managers in preparing copy and data for reports. Programmes officers will create and feed ideas into programmes media posts and will be responsible for creating and compiling quality programmes resources.

Main Duties: (subject to update with organisational and funder priorities)

  • Programme delivery and facilitation
  • Delivery and facilitation and session/event reflection and review
  • Collecting, processing, and reviewing some programmes data
  • Collecting, processing, and reviewing programmes data
  • Planning and creating sessions, resources, and programmes content
  • Creating copy and preparing data for reporting
  • Collaborating with external delivery partners to create programme content and resources
  • Creating media and comms content for programmes

*This list is non-exhaustive and is subject to updates following funding or organisation priority changes.

Person Specification:

Demonstrable programme delivery/facilitation skills [Essential]

Good written and verbal communication skills [Essential]

Demonstrable ability to collaborate and work well within a team [Essential]

Ability to take accountability of workload and deliver to set expectations [Essential]

Alignment with charity mission and purpose [Essential]

A range of IT skills including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint [Essential]

Experience facilitating within a charity setting [Desirable]


  • Keep abreast of developments, changes and best practice in the fields related to assigned programme portfolio, and wider inclusion as it relates to the charity’s mission.
  • Knowledge of programme management where beneficiaries are BAME and/or underprivileged.
  • Undertake any other duties which may arise from time to time, commensurate with the scope of the post and within the capabilities of the post holder
  • This post is subject to a Disclosure and Baring Service (DBS) check


  • Experience managing on programmes.
  • Ability to perform all main duties outlined above.
  • Strong communication skills both written and oral
  • IT skills including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint 
  • Knowledge of programmes and continuous improvement


  • Willingness and ability to work outside of normal office hours.
  • Willingness to work flexibly in response to changing organisational requirements.

Background to Blueprint for All

At Blueprint for All we believe in a future where talent is respected and nurtured irrespective of where it comes from, where organisations recognise and realise the benefits of a diverse workforce and where our communities can come together and thrive. This is our blueprint to set the foundations for a more inclusive society to grow.

Our high impact programmes work with disadvantaged young people and communities, providing tangible opportunities and support that enables them to thrive, whilst driving systemic change in organisations and society.

Blueprint for All Programmes

Our programmes span three main areas:

Careers: We work with schools, universities, community groups and employers to inspire and enable young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, aged 13-30 to pursue the career of their choice. From career advice to support gaining skills, qualifications and the critical foundations required to ensure professional success, we aid young people on their journey to a fulfilling and successful career.

Communities: We run programmes that support community groups working with people from BAME backgrounds to maximise their impact and make positive changes for local people. Our BME Network supports over 120 small voluntary and community groups, and our Community Leadership Academy provides learning and development tailored to the needs of small and micro charities that are led by or serve people from BAME backgrounds. In partnership with other national and local charities, our Love Sex Life project challenges inequalities in access to and provision of sexual health services for BAME communities in Lambeth, Southwark, and Lewisham.

Society: We are working to create a society where talent is respected and nurtured irrespective of where it comes from, where organisations recognise and realise the benefits of a diverse workforce, and where our communities can come together and thrive. All our work is designed not only to support our beneficiaries, but to drive systemic change in organisations and society as a whole.


Normally based at the Blueprint for All office, Deptford. (Working from home when government and organisation guidance requires)

Diversity policy

Blueprint for All is keen to encourage applications from people from all backgrounds including race, disability, gender, faith, and sexual orientation.

The post will be subject to a satisfactory DBS check.

Please tailor your Cover Letter to the Job Description. 

Application Instructions

Please tailor your Cover Letter to the Job Description.

More about Blueprint for All


We at Blueprint for All believe in a future where talent is respected and nurtured irrespective of where it comes from, w... Read more

Posted on: 18 January 2022
Closing date: 16 February 2022
Tags: Advocacy

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