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York, York
£12,000 per year
Permanent, Part-time, 22.5 hours / 3 days per week
This recruiter is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. So apply now!
Job description

Salary: £15,000 per annum (3 days, pro rata from £25,000)

Hours: 22.5 hours per week.

Employment type: Permanent

Place of work: This will be determined by the delivery plan and will include The Raylor Centre and AAM’s office (both of which are in York), some remote working and some travel across the region. 

Training: We offer opportunities to participate in external and internal training and access professional development opportunities. 

Annual Leave: 25 days

We’re looking for an experienced project manager who’s passionate about creating opportunities for people to support their own wellbeing. 

You’ll play a key role in developing our iMUSE for Mental Wellbeing programme and future wellbeing projects. You’ll lead on the development of new and existing partnerships and referral routes, including arranging taster sessions and outreach residencies and presenting about iMUSE and its impact to a range of stakeholders. Another key focus for the role is engaging with and supporting the people who attend iMUSE. 

Purpose of Job:   

  • Oversee and manage all mental wellbeing projects and activities at AAM to ensure they give the highest quality experience for participants, staff and partners. 

  • Ensure the programme fits with the ethos and vision and mission of AAM and helps AAM achieve its strategic aims. 

Key Tasks (some are regular and some are one-off): 

  • Lead on project scoping, planning and development. 

  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with participants, partners, professionals, and other stakeholders to achieve positive outcomes for participants. 

  • Attend and participate in events and partnership networks to develop and promote our work.  

  • Research and develop referral leads, delivering presentations as required.  

  • Explore potential funding/new income sources and write funding bids in liaison with the Development Manager.

  • Recruit (as needed) and manage a small team, ensuring appropriate level of training, experience, and delivery.  

  • With the Director, feed into budgets for new work and monitor/review project budgets. 

  • Create, maintain and develop project systems and resources e.g. long term project plans, training and online resources. 

  • Manage project admin and participant liaison, ensuring this is carried out according to AAM procedure. 

  • Ensure records are kept up to date, using shared databases and project documents e.g. registers, booking & evaluation forms, partner, professionals and venue lists.  

  • Collate and analyse monitoring and evaluation data and report on outcomes and outputs in line with AAM procedure and funder/contract requirements. 

  • Alongside the AAM Programme Manager (Learning Disability), ensure best practice in accessible communication and co-production is maintained and a person-centred approach is consistent across all mental wellbeing projects at AAM. 

  • Liaise with the Marketing & Community Fundraising Coordinator to ensure that promotional materials (print and online) are up to date. 

  • Liaise with the project technical contractor to ensure all project resources and equipment are maintained, hardware and software is kept up to date and ongoing troubleshooting is carried out. 

  • Liaise with the project technical contractor and project team on the development of the technology used in the iMUSE space. 

  • Ensure all members of the team are fully aware of safeguarding, health and safety and data management issues and procedure and AAM’s procedures are followed correctly. 

  • Ensure all data collection, storage and usage complies with AAM’s Data Management Policy. 

  • Carry out, monitor and maintain health and safety checks and risk assessments.   

  • You may be asked to carry out other duties in addition to those included above, as reasonably requested.  

Additional documents
Accessible Arts & Media Application Pack (.pdf)
Accessible Arts & Media Person Specification Table (.docx)
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Accessible Arts & Media

Accessible Arts & Media is a small charity, based in York. We’ve been delivering inclusive creative learning and wellbeing ... Read more

Posted on: 23 November 2021
Closing date: 13 December 2021
Tags: Project Management

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