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The Centre for Youth Impact
Multiple Locations
£23,000 per year
We’re looking for a passionate and resourceful Research and Projects Assistant to work across a range of our programmes of work.
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£25,000 - £36,000 per year
We are seeking a dynamic, self-starter to support and work closely with our Exec team to improve the life outcomes of vulnerable learners.
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Remote
London, Greater London
£23,000 per year
Contract, Fixed term for 12 months from start date, Full-time
Job description

About the Centre for Youth Impact

At the Centre for Youth Impact, we believe that a just and equitable society invests in support for all young people to learn, grow and explore their relationships with the world around them. We believe that young people’s lives are better when they have access to safe spaces, high quality opportunities to develop their social and emotional skills, and relationships with trusted adults. We believe that provision for young people is powerful when it is well-resourced, and designed and supported by thoughtful and skilled practitioners who are part of a sector that takes a shared approach to reflecting on quality and impact. The sector is stronger when it works together to build collective insight, and commits to act on what it is learning. 

We contribute to this vision by designing and testing new approaches to understanding and improving the quality and impact of provision for young people, and working through committed peer to peer networks to embed new thinking in practice. 

About the role

The Research and Projects Assistant will bring new capacity and skills to the Centre’s small and dynamic team. The post holder will work across a range of the Centre’s key projects and programmes of work, with a particular focus on evaluating common practices and approaches in youth work and provision for young people (for example, mentoring, youth voice initiatives and youth social action). 

The Research and Projects Assistant will work closely with the Leads for Research and Methods, Organisational Learning and Data to design and deliver a range of qualitative and quantitative research and evaluation activities, alongside supporting the youth organisations that participate in the Centre’s work. This will include working directly with youth workers and young people to pilot/test new tools and resources, gather data on impact and quality and support delivery of activities that improve quality of provision. The post holder will also play a key role in analysing and understanding data gathered, and helping frame findings to inform wider learning (including through drafting blogs and communication materials). This will include helping to facilitate workshops and meetings with key stakeholders, including funders, policy makers, practitioners and young people. 

The post holder will be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to the aims and values of the Centre for Youth Impact, and show a desire to improve the quality of provision available to young people across the UK through the use of data and evidence. They will have a particular interest in evaluation, including impact measurement and creative research methods. We’d also like it if they have an awareness of youth voice initiatives. Most importantly, they will have strong analytical and communication skills, and demonstrate an ability to vary approaches to communication dependent on audience. As well as strong verbal and written communication skills, they will have excellent relationship management skills, and be able to demonstrate an ability to understand others’ contexts and motivations.

For the full job description and details on how to apply, please see the attached document or head to our website.

Additional documents
JD and person spec (.pdf)
E&D monitoring form (.docx)
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The Centre for Youth Impact

The Centre for Youth Impact is a small charity with a UK-wide reach. We support a community of organisations committed to working together to p... Read more

Refreshed on: 24 July 2021
Closing date: 30 July 2021
Tags: Policy/Research,Project Management

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