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National Development Team for Inclusion, Remote
£65,000 per year
Are you passionate about shaping and achieving life changing opportunities for young people? Are you ready for a change?
Posted 5 days ago
Maternity and Neonatal Voices Partnership, BS1, Bristol (Hybrid)
£15,355 - £28,407.0 per year
The Maternity & Neonatal Voices Partnership amplifies the voices of service users & works to influence & co-design services for the better.
Posted 1 day ago
Closing tomorrow
Mummys Star, Remote
£29,000 – 32,000 FTE (£24,857.14 - £27,428.57 actual)
Posted 2 weeks ago
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Job description

NDTi’s Programme Lead for Children and Young People holds a demanding and rewarding role in developing and enabling our people and teams to deliver a range of commissioned and grant funded work that furthers NDTi’s mission , positioning NDTi as a capable and creative partner of choice.

Working in the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) community is the mainstay of our current activity, and whilst your credibility and our work in this area will remain important to us in our shared future, we’re looking to appoint an inspiring and commercially savvy Programme Lead who will bring experience of working across wider, often complex systems and sectors within social care, education, health, and locality based supports, to expand our work and impact in new ways. Your experience and specialist knowledge could include Autism, Looked After Children, Young Offenders, Mental Health, and Wellbeing.

As a member of our Leadership & Strategy group, the Programme Lead will be responsible for resource planning, providing direction and great support to our colleagues, ensuring that the work NDTi delivers is consistently of high quality, and that the activities and achievements of the team contribute towards the strategic direction and priorities of the wider organisation.

With well-developed commercial and sector expertise, you will be a skilled and sensitive communicator with excellent planning and strategic development skills. You will need to demonstrate that you can influence and inspire stakeholders at all levels and be able to respond effectively to changing political and legislative opportunities and challenges, and achieve the funding and income needed to build our Children and Young People programme. You will need to demonstrate that you have the sector knowledge and skills to offer leadership to the programme team in turning ideas into commissioned or funded projects.

Why NDTi?

NDTi is a great organisation to work for, where we value well-being and a good work-life balance. We offer a welcoming, innovative and supportive environment where you’ll get to work with like-minded people. We will value your contribution and offer you opportunities to learn, grow and develop. We're building a multigenerational workforce. NDTi welcomes applicants of all ages. Come and work with us!

The rewards are great. We offer a 35 hour working week (we’re happy to talk about flexible working and this role will be based at home, with regular UK wide travel), a competitive salary, generous 8% contributory pension scheme and wellbeing benefits. We offer everyone on our team the same great benefits. 

We value diversity and are passionate about ensuring our people reflect the communities we work with. We are taking positive action to address a current under-representation within our workforce and are offering disabled applicants and applicants from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds a guaranteed interview if they meet the minimum criteria for each role.

How to Apply

This is an opportunity to use your skills and experience, really make a difference, and be part of delivering an innovative and high-profile programme that will lead to positive and life changing outcomes for young people with additional needs.

As part of the recruitment process, we will be arranging online sessions where interested candidates can come along and hear from colleagues about the team’s current work. These will be held on:

Thursday 13 June 3:00pm-3:45pm  OR     Tuesday 18 June 2:00pm-2:45pm

The closing date for applications  is 10.00am on Monday 24th June 2024

We will be holding in person interviews  on 17th July 2024  in Central London 

(Overnight accommodation can be arranged if necessary.)

Please refer to the Role Description and Person Specification for more information. Please forward your completed application form, CV and supporting statement by following the link on our web site.

Application resources
Posted by
National Development Team for Inclusion View profile Company size Size: 21 - 50
Refreshed on: 08 June 2024
Closing date: 23 June 2024 at 23:30
Tags: Advice, Information,Senior Management,Social Care/Development,Management,Project Management,Business Development

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