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Job description

Help bridge the employment gap by offering crucial CV support and facilitating job interview preparation. As an Employment Support Programme Manager at Barawak, you'll empower our community with the tools needed for sustainable employment success.

Introduction to the Employment Support Programme at Barawak

The Employment Support Programme at Barawak is an instrumental part of our strategic initiative to enhance the economic well-being of the Afro-Hebrew community through increased employability. Our focused strategy is to improve job readiness and access to employment opportunities by providing practical support such as CV clinics, interview coaching, and subsidies for travel to interviews and courses. This programme is designed to create real change, with the aim to see a measurable increase in employment rates within our community. By creating and leveraging partnerships with local businesses and organisations, we not only open doors for immediate job placements but also lay the groundwork for sustained economic growth. Through this service line, we strive to fulfill our mission of economic empowerment, making tangible progress towards our vision of a prosperous and self-sustaining community.

Key Responsibilities:

1. Plan and execute the Employment Support strategy and service line:

• CV Assistance and subsidising travel: Organize and oversee quarterly CV clinics and provide discretionary support for travel costs associated with interviews and courses, enhancing job readiness among community members.

• Discretionary interview support: provide access to high quality discretionary interview practice and advice.

• Job opportunity signpostingDevelop and maintain partnerships with businesses and organizations to highlight job opportunities for the community. Act as a liaison for discretionary referrals to these job opportunities, ensuring a fit between community members’ skills and available positions.

2. Measure performance: Keep accurate count of the number of individuals assisted with CVs, job applications and interview preparation; the number vacancies shared with the community and any successful placement rates of those assisted. Provide this data to the Governance Team and Trustees on request.

3. Collaboration with Verticals Teams

• Partnership Development & Collaboration Team: Coordinate with this team to identify and establishalliances and partnerships with local, regional and global organisations, businesses, councils, and thegovernment to acquire Employment Supportresources, speakers or information.

• Fundraising & Financial Management Team: Collaborate with this team to conduct fundraising activities and financial planning for the Employment Support service line. Identify diverse revenue streams, such as grants, donations, corporate sponsorships, fundraising events for the Employment Supportservice.

• Volunteer Engagement Team: Work with this team to recruit, train and manage volunteers to support the Employment Support service delivery.

• Marketing Outreach & Advocacy: work with this team to enhance visibility of the Employment Supportservice across social media, press, and community events. 

4. Governance Team Interaction: Provide regular updates and reports to the Governance, Secretariat & Performance Reporting team. Ensure programmealignment with Barawak policies, procedures, strategyand objectives. Collaborate on monitoring and evaluation efforts to assess Employment Support service impact and effectiveness.

Person Specification:

• Skills: Strong organisational and leadership skills, excellent communication abilities, and adept at working in a collaborative environment. Eagar to learn new skills.

• Attributes: Deep understanding of the challenges faced by the Afro-Hebrew community in the UK. Commitment to Barawak's values of helping out, sticking together, and staying strong. Ability to work flexibly and respond to evolving community needs.

• Commitment: Passionate about making a tangible difference in the lives of individuals and families dealing with poverty. Innovative thinker with a focus on creating sustainable, long-term solutions.

Important: This advert is for a voluntary role, which is unpaid and not subject to reimbursement of expenses. Any agreement with the successful candidate is not intended to be a legally binding contract between us and may be cancelled at any time at the discretion of either party. By applying for the role, candidates agree that neither of us intend any employment relationship to be created either now or at any time in the future.

To apply, submit a CV by 1 May 2024, clearly stating the role you are applying for.

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To relieve the poverty of persons and families of African and Caribbean decent.

Posted on: 17 April 2024
Closing date: 16 July 2024 at 23:59
Tags: Fundraising,Training,Project Management

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