Birmingham, West Midlands
Bristol, City of Bristol
London, Greater London
£30,000 per year
Contract, Ends Dec 2022, Full-time
Job description
  • £30,000 per annum
  • Fixed Term contract till Dec 2022
  • London, Bristol or Birmingham (remote working possible if desired) includes regular travel to London and Manchester

A great opportunity for a creative and motivated individual to manage all aspects of a discrete project from start to finish, as well as supporting the wider organisation during the baseline year of our Three Year Impact Strategy.

Our long-term supporters, the Co-op Foundation, are helping us to develop a new model for our programmes that allows schools to deliver internally. Envision continues to host and facilitate the competition and cross-school events, whilst school staff provide support for young people to progress their projects.

This year we are working with nine Co-op Academies. The Curriculum Development Manager will manage, develop, and deliver all aspects of this programme, which is due to run from January – May 2022. This will include logistics, communications, and organisation of the cross-school events and competition, as well as monitoring and assessing the impact of the programme through data collection and creating reports for academies and the Co-op Foundation.  

You will also develop content for a new website providing resources for schools to facilitate social action projects to enable young people to develop their confidence and skills.  You will draw on existing Envision materials, as well as develop ideas of your own.  You will work closely with Skills Builder Partnership to ensure that the materials reflect their syllabus. 

Person Specification


  • Knowledge of the education sector through working in/with schools or the higher education sector

  • Development of high-quality curriculum resources that drive specific outcomes

  • Excellent facilitation or training  skills, including with young people

  • Experience of organising and running events

  • Experience of managing a project or programme with accountability for outputs

  • Passion for social action or making a positive, real-life difference in society and an ability to inspire others

  • Creative problem-solver, with the confidence and flexibility to deal with unexpected last-minute changes 

  • Collaborative worker, with clear organisational skills and a positive attitude

  • Supportive leadership style, that motivates and empowers others to do well

  • The ability to demonstrate our organisational values


  • Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or other accredited teaching and learning qualification such as TEFL

  • Knowledge and understanding of youth social action and/or active citizenship

Envision seeks to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce and that all applicants and employees receive equal and fair treatment, regardless of age, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability or nationality. We encourage applications with lived experience to apply as they are currently under- represented in our organisation.

The closing date is midday Wednesday 10 November 

Please note, we will only be contacting candidates who have been shortlisted for interview. Therefore, if we have not contacted by Friday 12 November please assume you have been unsuccessful.

We also regret to inform you that, due to the high volume of applications we receive, we will be unable to provide you with feedback regarding your application.

More about Envision

Envision was set up by four young people in 2000 to challenge the stereotype of ‘youth’ as apathetic and disengaged with the issues... Read more

Refreshed on: 28 October 2021
Closed date: 10 November 2021
Tags: Practitioner