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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
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Amersham, Buckinghamshire (Hybrid)
£49,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

We are looking for a relational leader passionate about youth work and who relishes the opportunity to shape and drive forward increased impact for youth workers, youth organisations and the young people they support.

What are the top 3 skills required to undertake this role successfully?

  1. Experience of partnership working at a senior level with internal and external stakeholders
  2. Strong communication skills and ability to form strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  3. Robust financial and project management

As Head of Membership and Sector Development your typical day may involve… you attending an innovation workshop to feed in member and youth sector insights into new programme development; attending an external contract management meeting with partners to report back to a funder; representing the organisation at a regional/ national youth sector meeting; drafting the Board and committee reports on the past quarter highlights and deliverables; collaborating with fundraising and programmes colleagues on a bid; checking in with team members re the development and delivery of elements of the core offer, such as the Quality Mark, Training and Networks to members.

What impact on London Youth will the successful candidate have? As Head of Membership and Sector Development you’ll provide strategic and budgetary oversight of the Membership and Sector Development team.  You’ll be a productive and influential member of the Leadership Team and be a key catalyst to fundraising, programme design and mobilisation of new work. You’ll provide an ambitious strategic direction to the team, ensuring each staff member can contribute individually and collectively to long term plan. Alongside the demands of delivering high quality services to members in the short term, data and digital transformation projects will be key to long-term success. Improvements in these areas will lead to increased impact on youth workers, youth organisations and the young people they support.

For further information on London Youth, the role and the team please read the attached Job Description and Specification.
 

Our commitment to anti-racism

In July 2020, we issued a statement committing to become an anti-racist organisation and to actively tackle racism. Since then, London Youth has worked with our staff and trustees to understand first the issues within our organisation, collaboratively developing a Theory of Change to define our areas of focus, approach and plan of action moving forward.

We have a Race Equality Action Stakeholder Group which is chaired by a London Youth member and trustee. This group includes representatives from across the organisation and oversees the implementation of our Race Equality Action Plan.

At the heart of youth work is the drive to level the playing field for all young Londoners to succeed, regardless of their backgrounds. Over two thirds of the young people we work with are from racialised communities and we know that without the opportunities which youth organisations provide, there would be limited experiences open to them.

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More about London Youth

We are London Youth, a charity on a mission to improve the lives of young people in London, challenging them to become the best they can. Young... Read more

Posted on: 16 August 2022
Closing date: 31 August 2022 at 09:00
Tags: Management,Project Management

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