Head of programmes and impact jobs

Job Alerts On

No alerts left

Get job alerts sent straight to your inbox.


You haven't selected any filters. To create a tailored job alert, select your filters first.

Oh no!

{{ alertCtrl.errorMsg }}

By clicking 'Create alert' you agree to the Terms and Conditions applicable to our service and acknowledge that your personal data will be used in accordance with our Privacy and Cookie Policy and you will receive emails and communications about jobs and career related topics.

You will now get the latest from this search sent to your inbox.

Verify your email address and start receiving the latest job recommendations. Sign in or create an account to start managing your alerts.

{{ alertCtrl.errorMsg }}

A job alert for this search or a similar search term already exists. You can manage your job alerts by clicking here:

Top job
Greater Manchester Youth Network, Manchester (On-site)
£29,174 - £32,798 per year
Seeking an additional Programmes Manager to oversee our youth delivery. This is your chance to ensure our delivery is the best it can be.
Posted today Quick Apply
Top job
Closing in 4 days
Common Seas, Totnes, Devon (Hybrid)
£50,000 - £60,000 per year
We are recruiting a Head of Comms and Marketing to develop, coordinate and implement a powerful and creative communications strategy.
Posted today
Top job
The Prince's Trust, Multiple Locations (Hybrid)
£35,800.00 to £44,700.00 (up to £50,500.00 if London based) - dependent on your location, skills, knowledge and experience
You will be responsible for raising funds from Major Donors, Trusts and Foundations across Wales.
Posted 1 day ago
Top job
London Youth, Amersham (Hybrid)
£49,000 per year
A relational leader who relishes the opportunity to shape & drive increased impact for youth organisations and the young people they support
Posted 1 day ago
Top job
Neighbourhood Watch Network, Vauxhall (Hybrid)
£42,000 - £44,000 per year
Exciting opportunity for a great project and policy professional to drive and develop Neighbourhood Watch's potential to improve communities
Posted 2 days ago Quick Apply
Top job
Florence Nightingale Foundation, London (Hybrid)
£49,905 - £55,156 per year based on experience on appointment or years of FNF service
FNF are seeking an exceptional HR professional to lead on the implementation of our new People and Culture Strategy
Posted 2 days ago Quick Apply
Top job
All We Can, Marylebone (Hybrid)
£43,000 per year
All We Can has an exciting opening. If you’re a communications specialist & creative team-player/manager, then this may be the role for you.
Posted 1 day ago

What’s my CV Worth?

How much could you earn in the charity sector? Use our CV checker to find out.

Check Now
The Health Foundation, Multiple Locations (On-site)
£84,098 per annum plus excellent benefits
We are currently hiring for an inspirational Assistant Director with extensive experience of leading teams.
Posted 2 days ago
Manchester Cares, Manchester (On-site)
£35,000 - £40,000 per year
Posted 6 days ago
Microbiology Society, Clerkenwell (Hybrid)
£50,000+ per year plus Benefits
The post-holder is responsible for ensuring that our journals, conferences, and professional development work are linked into a cogent whole
Posted 1 week ago
Somerset Community Foundation, BA4, Shepton Mallet (Hybrid)
£32,000 - £34,500 per year
Posted 1 day ago
Closing tomorrow
Depaul UK, Manchester (On-site)
£28056.00-£28056.00 per year
Posted 2 weeks ago
Closing tomorrow
Just Like Us, London (Hybrid)
£23,000 per year
Just Like Us, the LGBT+ young people's charity, is recruiting for an Education Programmes Assistant to support our work with UK schools.
Posted 2 weeks ago Quick Apply
Page 1 of 35
Manchester, Greater Manchester (On-site)
£29,174 - £32,798 per year
Permanent, Part-time, 28 - 35 hours per week, Full-time
Job description

We’re looking for an additional Programmes Manager to join #TeamGMYN.  This role will provide support in overseeing the delivery of our programmes and services. This is your chance to bring your own skills and knowledge to ensure our delivery is of the highest quality.

Hours: 28 - 35 hours per week

(Flexible working arrangements such as flexible hours, an element of working from home, compressed hours can be discussed)

Salary: NJC scales 24-28 (£29,174 - £32,798)

Reporting to:  Head of Delivery

Deadline: Monday 29th August

Base and delivery: Manchester (main office base)

The role:

Due to expansion of our programmes and delivery, we are looking to recruit an experienced Programmes Manager. The Programmes Manager will work closely with the current Programmes Manager and Head of Delivery to ensure that all our activities for young people are delivered to the highest standard and that the impact of delivery is appropriately measured. The Programmes Manager will visit delivery in order to quality check programmes and will ensure that impact measurement procedures are being followed.

The Programmes Manager will also have line management responsibility of designated delivery staff, ensuring they receive the appropriate support and personal development opportunities.

  • Reviewing programmes quality and performance, resolving any issues and initiating appropriate corrective action if needed.
  • Ensuring GMYN activities are delivered to a high standard, including visiting activities to assess the quality of provision.
  • Ensuring that programmes are delivered in a safe way and that safeguarding measure are adhered too.
  • Ensure GMYN programmes are inclusive and accessible as possible.
  • Line management of a number of delivery staff, including HR related tasks including their professional development.
  • Overseeing impact measurement and data collection for GMYN’s Salesforce system in line with the charity’s Theory of Change.
  • Building relationships with current and potential partners/stakeholders.
  • Being one of the first points of contact for staff, dealing with general enquiries and issues and escalating to SMT if needed.
  • Report on project/service performance to SMT and the Trustees.
  • Ensure that staff are adhering to policies and procedures. 

Who are we looking to recuit?

You don't have to have worked in the voluntary youth sector previously. What is important is that you have an understanding of the needs of young people and can provide effective management for youth work staff. We are looking for someone with genuine passion for managing services and support programmes.

We want to hire an enthusiastic person who can maintain positive working relationships with young people, delivery partners and all stakeholders.

Teamwork and team culture are especially important to us.  We are looking for applicants who can support and motivate a team of delivery staff, ensuring their personal development and commitment to high quality programme delivery. 

How to apply

All information is in the attached Job Pack which you can access via the links below.

Your invitation to interview will be based on how you demonstrate that you meet the points on the person specification. We will consider skills and experiences from various roles if you can demonstrate how they can be transferable to this role.

To apply, please click on the "Quick Apply" button below, where you can download application documents and upload these along with your CV. 

Closing date: 

Monday 29th August

Interviews will take place on Thursday 8th September

Application resources
Application Instructions

Please download the application documents from this site using links below. You need to send us a completed Application Form along with a recent CV.

More about Greater Manchester Youth Network

For many young people, the transition to adulthood isn’t easy. In the UK, one third of young people are lonely, half feel unready for wor... Read more

Refreshed on: 17 August 2022
Closing date: 29 August 2022 at 12:00
Tags: Management,Project Management

The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.