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Equal Education is a social enterprise with the aim of improving educational outcomes for the most vulnerable students in our society - those who are in our care system and those with SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities). We believe by working with the most disadvantaged and vulnerable groups, we can lift society as a whole.
As a team, we are passionate about our cause. We are problem solvers who have turned our attention to being ambitious about solving a complex and demanding social problem, using technical innovation to underpin social innovation. We work with hundreds of qualified teachers to provide academic, subject specialised and individual tutoring for children who are looked after and those with SEND.
Our success relies upon a strong operating foundation and people who are motivated by a strong desire to make an impact in the lives of those whose current needs are not being met by the education system.Our core team is small, formed of the two co-founders and 14 operations staff. With a lot of growth expected in the space of the coming months, we plan to expand our team this year.
With a proven operating and impact model, we are growing our community of talented staff to further scale our impact in the UK and overseas. We are seeking a diligent and self starting People Partner who can work with our Co-CEOs to create, develop and execute a new people plan and vision for our organisation.
You can read more about our work and impact in our blog section of our website.
About the role
As we evolve into a small - medium size social enterprise, we are looking for an experienced HR professional who can play a leading role in building a strong team and culture to achieve continued sustainable growth. You will apply your skills and experience to help us lay some HR foundations, put our People Plan into action, implement Learning & Development opportunities for all staff and assist management in recruiting, developing and retaining staff in a culture in which all staff can thrive. This is a great opportunity for a generalist HR professional who is ready to roll their sleeves up and lead on all aspects of HR for Equal Education.
Key roles and responsibilities:
- Lead on the recruitment of new staff, managing the advertisement, assessment and selection process from start to finish with hiring managers.
- Develop a hiring equality and diversity policy, with ongoing monitoring.
Performance management and reward
- Develop and embed a performance review framework and compensation & benefits review process, with clear timelines and frameworks, and support managers to run them effectively.
- Review and suggest improvements for the total reward offer for Equal Education.
- Assist the Management team with the development of a key performance indicator framework for each team.
- Support team leaders with the management of employee relations, including absence management, parental leave, performance management, capability management etc., partnering with external legal counsel, as required.
- Ensure staff policies, including our employee handbook, are up-to-date, fit for purpose and in line with current employment law, and ensure all employees are up to date with any change in policy.
Talent, learning and development
- Develop a learning & development framework, including clear processes for the onboarding and continued development of Equal Education staff.
- Drive talent management and succession planning for the team.
- Build managerial capability with regards to effective people management.
- Help embed a culture of engagement, mental health and wellbeing by taking a lead on providing wellbeing support and initiatives.
- Lead the execution of employee engagement surveys, including analysis of results and making recommendations for further improvements to the Senior Management Team.
- Support the development of an internal culture in which each employee feels valued and aligned with our mission and purpose.
- Coordinate with the Finance Director regarding the administration of staff remuneration, overtime, parental leave, etc.
- Partner with external HR systems provider, as required, to ensure all staff personal details and records are accurate and up to date, in line with data privacy standards.
- Manage reference requests.
- Responsibility for employee contract administration.
Essential experience and skills
- Experience in a standalone or small team environment, with the ability to lead the HR function as part of Equal Education’s mission, both from an operational and strategic perspective.
- Expected to hold a bachelors’ degree and have at least 5 years Human Resources experience. Ideally will be CIPD qualified/part qualified, or equivalent qualification.
- Demonstrable experience in HR advisory/partnering roles for SMEs, ideally supporting start-up or growth businesses.
- Strong understanding of UK employment law (with knowledge of South African employment law being a bonus).
- Demonstrable experience in developing highly effective teams, ideally in a growth environment.
- Solid understanding and demonstrable experience of management development and coaching, reward, talent management, performance management, recruitment and selection, on-boarding and off-boarding i.e. all aspects of the employee lifecycle.
- Superb communication skills with the ability to build rapport quickly with key stakeholders.
- Self-starter who can take the lead to deliver on key objectives and initiatives as set out in the People Plan.
- A professional and innovative approach to HR, partnering with leadership to drive employee engagement, underpinned by great development and a culture of recognition.
- Right to work in the UK
Route to Application
We ask prospective candidates to;
- Submit a CV relevant to the above job description along with a covering letter that concisely summarises in no more than 3 points their relevance to the role.
- The covering letter should highlight clearly how many days a week the candidate is applying for (e.g. 3 days a week pro-rata or full time).
- Should consider this is not a totally remote role and any candidates unable to work some days in our London office will preclude themselves from the role.
- Please note applications which do not display relevant experience or are submitted without a covering letter will be automatically discarded.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you have a passion for ensuring people with disabilities live fulfilled lives? Do you want to help lead a community that really values people for who they are and what they can do?
L’Arche London is more than just a service provider, we’re a diverse, inclusive community of nearly 100 people, with and without learning disabilities who live, work and celebrate together. We provide registered care and supported housing as well as specialist day services. Our aim is to provide a place of belonging, to help people with learning disabilities live independent yet connected lives.
We’re now looking for a new Deputy Service Coordinator to join our leadership team. You will support the Service Coordinator to deliver high quality person centred support for the Oak Group, one of our three community groups. Oak group supports 8 people with learning disabilities with differing needs, who live in 3 houses in our supported living programme. Together with the Service Coordinator you will manage and inspire a team of 14 support assistants, who facilitate the practical, social and spiritual needs of everyone in the group.
Deputy Service Coordinators split their time between the office, organising rotas, liaising with families, social services and health care professionals and providing a minimum of 24 hours a week direct support.
L’Arche London is a vibrant, joyful place to be. We’re part of an international federation of L’Arche communities in over 35 countries worldwide. Founded in the Christian tradition, L'Arche Communities welcome people of all faiths and none. Our vision is a world where all belong.
Throughout the pandemic, the community groups at L’Arche London have remained strong and positive teams, who have ensured that the people we support have been able to flourish despite COVID restrictions. In 2022 we are beginning to reimagine what support, care and shared lives can look like, building on our existing quality and on the unique faith-based values of L’Arche. This role will be part of a group of key leaders during this exciting time.
This is an ideal step up for someone with knowledge and experience of supporting people with learning disabilities, who has an enthusiasm for our values and the ability to inspire and manage others.
(Please note we also have the same Deputy Service Coordinator role available as a short-term fixed term contract. See our website for details of this second opportunity.)
How to Apply
Please download and read the full job pack.
Applicants are asked to send a CV AND a letter of up to two sides of A4, outlining why you feel your skills, knowledge and experience meet the job description and person specification for the role. Your CV must include a full work history from leaving full time education to the present. Please include an explanation for any gaps in your employment.
The closing date for applications is 10am on Monday 21 February 2022. First round interviews will be held during the week commencing 28th February 2022. The initial interview will involve a task and a panel interview. Interviews will be in person where possible. All candidates and interview panel members will be required to provide proof of a negative lateral flow test on the morning of the interview.
PLEASE NOTE: To ensure we comply with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2021 (“the Regulations”), the post holder will need to be either fully vaccinated against Covid-19 unless clinically exempt or partially vaccinated and intending to complete their vaccination within 10 weeks of their first vaccination. Applicants will be asked to provide evidence of their vaccine status or exemption via the NHS COVID App as part of the conditions of the job offer. Candidates will not be able to start in the role until this evidence has been received.
Applicants are asked to send a CV AND a letter of up to two sides of A4, outlining why you feel your skills, knowledge and experience meet the job description and person specification for the role.
Your CV must include a full work history from leaving full time education to the present. Please include an explanation for any gaps in your employment.
Please note we are not able to sponsor visas for this type of role, so applicants must have the right to work in the UK.
In the shortlisting process we will anonymise all statements and CVs (removing names, changing file names and so on).
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We have an exciting opportunity for an Events Coordinator to support our commercial events team. The team deliver multiple events across the calendar year including Adult Education and wellbeing programmes, and large scale outdoor events including Christmas at Kew, Summer Cycle, Theatre on Kew, Kew the Movies, Richmond Runfest and Kew the Music
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (RBG Kew) is a leading plant science institute, UNESCO World Heritage Site, and major visitor attraction. Our mission is to understand and protect plants and fungi for the well-being of people and the future of all life on Earth.
We are working to end the unprecedented extinction crisis and to help create a world where nature is protected, valued by all and managed sustainably. We will achieve these goals by drawing on our leading scientific research, unrivalled collections of plants and fungi, global network of partners, inspirational gardens at Kew and Wakehurst, and our 260 years of history.
Join us on our journey as protectors of the world’s plants and fungi.
As the Events Coordinator you will support the small commercial events team to deliver a large annual events programme.
Your duties will range from overseeing recruitment of event stewards, minute taking, meeting and greeting tutors and attendees, the ordering of supplies and equipment, to the front of house management at events. You will support the production teams across builds and derigs and assist in the preparation of risk assessments, method statements and other documentation as necessary.
You should have experience of working outdoors and ‘on-site’ in an events role as the role will include weekend and afterhours working at live events assisting in set up and delivery.
You will have outstanding communication skills and an enthusiasm for helping people. You will also need to have excellent IT and organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise a varied workload.
We are looking for someone with a keen interest in the events industry, who is enthusiastic, has a lot of initiative and likes to get ‘stuck-in’, enjoys working in a team and has a great eye for detail.
Our fantastic benefits package includes opportunities for continuous learning, a generous annual leave entitlement, flexible working to help you maintain a healthy work-life balance, an Employee Assistance Programme and other wellbeing support such as cycle to work scheme and discounted gym membership. We also offer a competitive pension, an employee discount scheme and free entry into a wide range of national museums and galleries, as well access to our own beautiful gardens at Kew and Wakehurst.
If you are interested in this position, please visit our website for more information and to apply.
Closing Date: 30/01/2022
We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for the post.
No agencies please.
This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.
Help Young Carers get back to education!
We are looking for people who can support Young Carers to reintegrate into education. The pandemic has been hard for lots of people and the Young Carers we work with have been under extra pressure without their usual support networks. Some Young Carers are struggling to go back to school due to fears about COVID, increased responsibilities at home, or the effect on their own mental health and wellbeing.
In this role, you will develop action plans with Young Carers, working with the whole family and school to find solutions and address needs. You will work one-to-one with Young Carers both in person and online to develop resilience and coping strategies, referring to specialist agencies and community groups for support as needed.
You will work with schools to develop their understanding and approach to Young Carers returning to education, finding ways to make education both practically and academically manageable. It will be essential to support positive relationships between Young Carers, families, school staff and peers, making school a safer and happier place.
There are 2 full time posts available, covering Kent and our wider Young Carer services. We have several offices across the area, so base is flexible but you must be prepared to travel in the role. Car driver essential.
Young Carers deserve the same access to education as others and you can help them achieve this. The pandemic should not affect their future chances.
Do a job where you make a difference
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We want a world where income has no impact on education. So, we’re on a mission to use the power of tutoring to smash the barriers in learning and enable every child to succeed. We are on the lookout for a Tutor Coordinator to join us on this exciting journey!
The Tutor Coordinator will be the first point of contact for tutors and be responsible for tutor communication, allocation, and management. The role will ensure that tutors are equipped with the information and tools needed to deliver brilliant lessons for our pupils while ensuring the programme operations for tutors are streamlined, automated, and running smoothly to enhance pupil results and enhance the tutor experience.
The Tutor Coordinator will be involved in the tutor's journey from attraction right through to becoming a graduate and alumni of Tutors United. This will involve assisting with university partnerships, running campaigns to attract new tutors and leading on the coordination of tutor recruitment and training alongside working with tutor timetables and allocating tutors to our various sites.
The Tutor Coordinator is a varied role, which represents the many different aspects of the tutor's involvement and importance to Tutors United. The Tutor Coordinator will be working alongside the Tutor Recruitment & Development Officer, with a focus on working with tutors within day-to-day operations and will also support on projects to develop partnerships to assist with attracting tutors to the organisation and creating opportunities for tutors once they graduate from university and the programme.
We are looking for a proactive and charismatic individual who is prepared to challenge themselves. You will need to be solutions orientated and comfortable delivering presentations and training for different sized groups. If you are passionate about the development of young people and would like to see your ideas and skills come to life and contribute to the growth of a promising social enterprise, then you will love it here!
Equality and diversity are central to the work of Tutors United. As such we are committed to ensuring that every employee, volunteer and sessional worker within the organisation is treated with dignity and respect. Representation and diverse opinions matter at Tutors United. Therefore, we strongly encourage applicants from groups that are underrepresented in the sector, including Black and Asian people and those with similar lived experiences to our beneficiaries.
Please download the full job description for more information and instructions on how to apply.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Each year, Young Enterprise helps thousands of young people develop the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to succeed. Through our nationwide enterprise and financial capability programmes, we give young people the opportunities and experiences to discover who they are and what they’re good at.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fast moving, youth focused, charity and play a crucial role in supporting teachers and students to get the most out of our programmes. We are looking for a proactive, creative and organised individual to join Young Enterprise as Programme Support Coordinator on a permanent basis.
About the role
The Programme Support Coordinator will work closely with colleagues to within to ensure that our in school delivered programmes run smoothly. They will also provide first rate customer service to programme stakeholders.
This role will also provide ongoing support with the developments of our direct delivery programmes as informed by support requests and programme queries, as well as supporting the Programme Support Manager to ensure we are effectively communicating the aims and objectives of our programmes to external stakeholders through newsletters, social media and email campaigns.
This is a full time role which can be based in either our Oxford or London Office, or from home (UK only) with some travel required.
Who we are looking for
We are seeking an individual with a solution focussed attitude to problem solving and the ability to balance and prioritise competing demands in a busy function. A successful track record of providing high quality customer service is essential. An understanding of the pressures facing schools and teachers, plus experience working with web and digital content would be a distinct advantage as many of the programmes operate via websites and online platforms.
Reporting to the Programme Support Manager, this is a role that can grow with the capabilities and interests of the person in post, with opportunities to develop skills in digital developments, writing copy, and inputting into and managing social media and marketing campaigns. This role provides a real opportunity to help drive YE’s programme offer forward, and to ensure that young people across the country have access to vital skills and attributes for future life and work.
Why work for us?
- People-focussed with a friendly and supportive work-place culture
- An active commitment to equality and diversity
- Generous holiday allowance of 7.2 weeks
- Access to NHS top-up scheme, for money back on expenses such as dental and optical
- Access to an Employee Assistance Programme
- Cycle-to-work scheme
- Group Life Assurance
Full details can be found in the attached Job Description. If this role appeals to you - we would like to hear from you!
To apply, please submit your CV and covering letter (up to two sides of A4) outlining your suitability for the role based on the Job Description and Person Specification by no later than 5pm Wednesday 2nd February. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
We will be assessing applications on a rolling basis and may shortlist and invite candidates to interview before the closing date.
Interviews will take place via Teams.
Why we exist
ThinkForward exists to empower young people to create better and brighter futures. We want them to be able to identify, realiseand shape their aspirations and be ready to make a successful transition into work.
Young people experiencing barriers such as challenging relationships, living in low-income households, or growing up in areas with a lack of access to opportunities can be confronted with hurdles. Without the right support these can lead to high risks of unemployment and long-term effects on their career and life chances.
There are more than 800,000 16-24-yearolds in the UK who aren’t at school or college, or don’t have a job or training place. Our ambition is to prevent young people becoming one of these statistics. In 2021 we will be supporting more than 1000 young people.
Our “Effective Transitions” Project will work with young black males studying in Alternative Provision settings across London and will run from February 2022 for two years. Through building social capital and delivering targeted employer-led careers education, the pilot aims to test activities that will ensure sustained quality post-16 outcomes.
Interested candidates are invited to read the job information pack attached to this advert.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
London, EC1 + flexible working practices (currently working from home in line with Government guidance)
Closing date: 2nd February 2022 at 11.30 pm
Do you want to develop your career in Finance in a team that makes a real difference? Do you want to work with one of the UK’s leading housing and homelessness charities? Join Shelter as a Financial Control Coordinator.
- You will have a can-do attitude, with a desire to continuously develop professionally.
- Part qualified in CCAB, CIMA or equivalent
- Demonstrable experience of performing balance sheet reconciliations to a high standard and resolving issues successfully.
- Excellent attention to detail, with a high level of numeracy and intermediate Excel skills.
- Strong time management skills, with the ability to balance multiple deadlines and changing priorities, prioritising work when required.
- Some experience of using accounting software, such as Unit4 Business World or a comparable system.
About the role and team
The Financial Control Coordinator is responsible for performing reconciliations, posting journal entries and resolving any issues identified. You’ll also ensure accurate balance sheets are maintained by applying good financial controls and ensuring debts are collected on time. We’re keen to support your development so you will also support on risk management activities and financial controls testing and findings.
Shelter’s Finance team prides itself on working collaboratively and with great communication. We work to ensure Shelter’s resources are safeguarded and to support decision making organisation wide. This secures our financial sustainability that will enable us to achieve our vision of a home for everyone. The Financial Control team leads on monthly balance sheet reconciliations, ensuring accurate reporting across the board. The team also leads on effective credit control, allowing us to optimise cash flow.
A home is a fundamental human need, as essential as education or healthcare. Yet millions of people across Britain struggle on a daily basis with homelessness, bad housing conditions, soaring rents, discrimination and the threat of eviction. So, we are striving for change, with individuals, in communities, across society, and leading the way to a safe home. We need ambitious, best-in-class individuals who are passionate about our cause to join us at this exciting time. This is your chance to play a part in the fundamental change we are striving to achieve.
At Shelter we are united by our purpose to defend the right to a safe home. Our enemy is the social injustice at the core of the escalating housing emergency. We believe that to win that fight, we must be representative of the people we are here to help and those who support our movement for change. In all our people decisions, we take pride in being inclusive, fair, equitable and transparent.
We have committed to combat racism both within and outside Shelter and welcome you on our journey to becoming a truly anti-racist organisation.
We offer a wide range of benefits, including 30 days of annual leave, enhanced family friendly policies, pension and interest free travel loans. Our employees also have access to a tenancy deposit loan, payroll giving, cycle to work scheme and an employee assistance programme.
Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to us for help. We’re here so no one has to fight bad housing or homelessness on their own.
To find out more about the role and the benefits of working for Shelter please visit our website. Apply to be part of our team and be the change you want to see in society.
Safeguarding is everyone's business. Shelter is committed to protecting the health, wellbeing and human rights of those we support, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. All our staff will be expected to observe professional standards of behaviour and conduct their work in line with our Safeguarding Policies.
Shelter does not accept unsolicited CVs from external recruitment agencies nor accept the fees associated with them.
Programme Coordinator Requirements:
A logical and systematic thinker, your role will involve managing programme information and data collection for evaluation, co-ordinating and maintaining effective project management systems, and ensuring the administration of programme activity including webinars and online training courses. With excellent interpersonal skills and a friendly manner, you will act as a point of contact for enquiries about the Foundation and its work.
You will have experience working in a comparable role co-ordinating and managing projects delivered both with external partners and across a team. You will be flexible, with the ability to work at pace to deadlines whilst maintaining a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, and able to work on your own initiative and as a central part of the team.
The Bell Foundation believe in diversity, valuing difference and tolerance. We welcome applications from all backgrounds regardless of first language, sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, transgender status, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.
The Bell Foundation is committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. A DBS check will be requested in the event of a successful application.
The Bell Foundation is a charity which aims to overcome exclusion through language education by working with partners on innovation, research, training and practical interventions. The Foundation is delivering its vision through three strategic programmes which focus on pupils, young people and those involved with the criminal justice system for whom English is an Additional Language. The Foundation has an exciting opportunity to work within a growing, dynamic team to assist and support the running of these programmes.
The Bell Foundation offers the following benefits:
• 25 days’ annual leave per year plus 8 public holidays.
• Pension Scheme: 5% employee/employer matching contributions. Employees can also choose to make their pension contributions via salary sacrifice.
• Options to Buy /Sell Annual Leave.
• BUPA Dental Plan.
• Free Eye Tests.
• Life Assurance Scheme.
• Tech Scheme.
• Cycle to Work Scheme.
• Health Assured Employee Assistance Plan.
• Free car parking on-site (Cambridge).
• Subsided canteen on-site (Cambridge).
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time
Salary: £26,609 - £31,304 per annum plus benefits
Closing date: 17:00 on Monday 7 February 2022.
Interviews: Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 February 2022
You may have experience of the following: Programme Assistant, Project Assistant, Programme Administrator, Project Administrator, Programme Coordinator, Project Coordinator, Project Manager, Administrator, Admin Assistant, Office Administrator, etc.
Ref: 106 381
The role is full time (35 hours a week). The contract is 6 months fixed term, with potential for extension.
Please note that CV’s received without an accompanying covering letter will not be considered.
The post is offered on a hybrid working basis (the BCS is based in Fitzrovia Square, London) – arrangements are to be determined but are likely to involve 2/3 days based in the office in future. Some flexibility as to the work pattern is feasible although the successful candidate will need to work to accommodate the meetings for which they are responsible.
During its Centenary year, the BCS is seeking an experienced administrator to assist with the planning, management and delivery of the Society’s Annual Conference, portfolio of Education Courses, respond to member enquiries, service meetings and provide assistance with the in house Archive collection.
The role will work with the Education and Membership teams in the planning and running of all aspects of the Society’s Annual Conference and Exhibition, Education Courses, providing membership services to Affiliate Societies and servicing meetings in-house. The role is therefore split between both departments: 2 days with Education and 3 days with Membership.
The post-holder will join a friendly, dynamic team of staff and officers and will be afforded the opportunity to develop wide ranging knowledge within a membership organisation and charity whose focus is on representing and supporting the professionals who work in cardiology and the patients for whom we want to encourage the best possible treatment.
For more information about the role and our benefits please see the role description and person specification.
Closing date for applications: 0900 Friday 28th January 2022.
Shortlisted candidates will be notified shortly after the 28th and interview dates will then be confirmed.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
£29,000 - £30,000 per annum depending on experience Plus employer’s pension contribution (currently 10%)
Contract: 1 year fixed term contract, Full-time
Location: Our offices are located in Brockley, South East London. (This role includes regular national travel, as well as office-based work.)
We work directly with children and young people aged 3-18, as well as parents, carers, educators and professionals, hearing about their real experiences online, and the positive things they are doing as well as sharing safety advice.
We are looking for an experienced educator to help us create and deliver innovative, engaging and inclusive online safety education for children and young people across the UK, and those who care for them.
This role would be ideal for an educator with experience of working directly with children and young people both in schools and remotely, who is looking to diversify their skills and broaden out their experience. Childnet is undertaking exciting and pioneering work to ensure that online safety education is inclusive and accessible for all children and young people. This role will play a vital part in developing and delivering impactful education sessions for young people, parents and carers, and educators, as well as creating new teaching and learning resources.
The role is very varied and provides opportunities to educate and empower young people to lead positive and safe lives online as well as engaging effectively with the adults who support them. The role sits within a dynamic, busy and collaborative Education Team made up of trained educators with experience of working with schools, in pastoral roles and of leading drama workshops.
At Childnet we pride ourselves on the collaborative approach we take to tackling a broad range of online safety issues and our commitment to empower young people and champion youth voice. This role offers exciting opportunities to work closely with internet industry, other charities and international organisations. It will involve working with schools across the UK, helping to deliver exciting youth-led events and be at the forefront of delivering inclusive online safety education.
In this role, you will
- Travel to educational settings across the UK and work with educators to run sessions for children and young people aged 3-18, educators and parents and carers.
- Deliver virtual education sessions for all these audiences as required.
- Work informally with youth audiences to capture youth voice
- Develop and update resources for children and young people, parents and carers, and educators - such as lesson plans, video content and online modules, e.g. Safer Internet Day education materials for schools
- Work with colleagues across the Education Team and Digital Leaders team to develop and update digital content for our website and Digital Leaders Programme.
You'll need to have
- Excellent communication skills with strong writing and personal presentational skills; and an ability to communicate often complex ideas in an accessible and persuasive style, both written and face-to-face, to children and parents
- Excellent communication manner – online, telephone and face to face.
- Highly developed interpersonal skills, and an ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of people outside the organisation
- Strong organisational skills with demonstrable experience of being able to manage one’s own time and workload and managing competing priorities and deadlines.
You can enjoy a range of employee benefits including a generous pension scheme and annual leave entitlement.
Childnet embraces diversity and equal opportunity. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.
At the moment we are working flexibly and both in office and remotely but with an expectation of resuming more office-based work going forward.
Closing date: 7th February 2022
Interviews: Held via Zoom on 15th and 16th February 2022, with second round interviews in the following week.
For a full job description, person specification and to apply, please click the apply button.
We are working with this global education charity to recruit a Project Manager who will run a series of education projects and provide a key link between the charity HQ and its educators and professionals in the field.
This will suit you if you have a background in education or youth work and are looking to combine it with your superb organisational skills.
Based partly from home and partly from the office in NW London (NW4), you will report to the Head of Education and coordinate international education programmes and plan seminars and events.
Key requirements include:
- at least 2 years' experience in an educational(not teaching)or project management role
- fluency in English and a high level of communication skills, both written and spoken
- strong organisational abilities and the ability to work well under pressure
- flexible approach in an ever changing environment
- a true understanding of working with diverse cultures and nationalities
Additionally, familiarity with Jewish communal institutions locally and internationally would be desirable, alongside some experience of living or working overseas.
Working hours are full time Monday - Thursday and till 2pm Friday.
Do you want to use your skills in education to play a vital role in making clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone everywhere?
Join WaterAid as our Education and Engagement Officer to change normal for millions of people so they can unlock their potential, break free from poverty and change their lives for good. On top of that you'll be joining a 2020 Great Place to Work® award-winning organisation, which is also a Living Wage and Disability Confident employer.
The WaterAid Community, Events and Education team has a key role in engaging and fundraising from our supporters through a range of events, educational activities and fundraising projects.
As our enthusiastic and experienced Education Engagement Officer you will develop and deliver innovative educational content along with developing relationships with key stakeholders and audiences including water industry partners, schools and youth audiences.
Salary: £28,108 - £29,593 with excellent benefits
In this role, you will be responsible for the development and delivery of educational content for projects and special activities that meet the shared objectives of WaterAid and our Water Industry partners.
- Work closely with colleagues in the Water Industry Partnership team and the Community, Events and Education team in sharing their messages with the water industry clients, schools and youth groups.
- Develop lesson plans and schools' resources in collaboration with the Education and Engagement Manager.
- Deliver talks, workshops and activities in partnership with schools and youth groups.
- Represent WaterAid in relevant external fora to ensure that WaterAid is, and is seen to be, at the forefront of education and youth engagement.
- Develop activities and workshops in response to particular themes from Water Industry partners and schools that share the messages of WaterAid.
To be successful, you'll need:
- A recognised teaching or training qualification.
- Proven experience of working in an engagement role e.g. in education, supporter engagement or outreach in a charity or other organisation.
- Experience of producing a range of engaging educational resources.
- Ability to manage and build relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
To see the full job pack, please click 'Apply'.
WaterAid benefits include:
- 28 days holiday (excluding Bank Holidays), increasing to 31 days with service & 1 Volunteer day off
- Give as You Earn, Cycle to Work & Annual Leave Purchase schemes
- Season Ticket Loan & Free annual eye test
- Access to savings, discounts and cashbacks across big brands in leisure, fashion, health, gyms, retail, travel and cinema
- A generous pension plan with an employer contribution of up to 10%
- Provision of a 24-hour confidential helpline and access to counselling & online health advice
- Flexible working; including the opportunity for part-time work and home working.
- We offer employees the opportunity to make day-to-day choices about how and where they work.
Please note that we are unable to provide sponsorship for this post. In order to apply for this post, you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in the UK.
Applications will close one minute before midnight on 31 January 2022. Please apply by submitting your CV and a cover letter into the same document in either Word Document or PDF format.
Availability for interview is required on Wednesday 9 February 2022 (first interview) and Wednesday 16th February (second interview). Interviews will take place over video call.
WaterAid is fully committed to protecting those with whom it comes into contact with in the course of its work and will conduct appropriate pre-employment checks. We are an equal opportunities, disability-confident employer and are committed to achieving the highest standards of diversity, fairness and equality.
We are looking for a full time Centre Coordinator who is passionate about creating a welcoming and accessible atmosphere for older people in a dedicated space. In this role you will ensure the centre runs smoothly on a day to day basis. This entails a range of responsibilities that focuses on engagement and positive member experience. You will need to have the ability to both organise and prioritise own workload and work flexibly and pro-actively.
About Open Age:
Open Age was established in 1993 and we’re now celebrating over 25 years of championing an active life for older people. Each week we run over 380 different activities for older people from our own three centres and over 60 other community venues. From boxing to ballet, baking to blogging - Open Age’s array of activities improve the physical and mental wellbeing of our members, and in doing so address the issue of loneliness and isolation among older people.
Hours: Full-time 35hrs, Fixed Term Contract for 12 months.
Location: The post predominantly based within the Royal Borough of Kensington and
Chelsea at New Horizons, Guinness Trust, Cadogan St, Chelsea, London SW3 2PF. However you will be expected to support other Open Age centres (based in West London) when required.
Application deadline: Monday 24th January at 12noon.
Interviews will take place on 27th/28th January.
Please apply with CV and cover letter - Applications submitted without cover letter may not be accepted.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
NAZ is looking to recruit an enthusiastic and dynamic individual to develop and deliver a culturally competent sexual health promotion and STI/HIV prevention service for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicity communities within the London boroughs of Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster.
Health promotion activities will include Rapid HIV Testing, providing brief information, advice and support to people about sexual health and wellbeing, identifying risky behaviours and referring people appropriately into sexual health services. This will take place in a variety of community settings accessible to target populations including community groups, churches and shopping centres.
The role is normally based at 21 Wardour Street, London W1D 6PN, with visits to the NAZ office 30 Blacks Road, W6 9DT and across multiple sites within the three boroughs and other London locations; though also includes working from home at present due to Covid-19.
Due to our delivery of sexual health services to predominantly Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic service users, this post is only open to people who have Black, Asian, or another minority ethnicity (or dual/multiple heritage including this). (Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, part 1).
NAZ is the sexual health charity dedicated to people experiencing better sexual health. We do this because there’s a big gap in the sexual health outcomes of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities compared to the general population. Everything we do works to reverse this trend.
Our evidence-based interventions are designed to enable those with the greatest risk of poor sexual health outcomes to have fulfilling sexual lives, understand how to access the right local service and ultimately to support better physical, mental and sexual health outcomes.
For more information about the role, please see the attached Job Description or contact Kim Hawkins through the site.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.