We are recruiting a Programme Manager to lead our Education, Training & Employment (ETE) area. This is a fantastic opportunity to join our growing, community-led charity and play a crucial role in the development of our organisation.
IRMO provides Latin Americans with tools and information in an empowering process to build secure, independent and integrated lives in the UK using a rights-based approach. Our work with the community spans three main areas: Education, Training & Employment; Advice; and Children, Young People & Families. Building on almost four decades' experience, we aim to build a stronger and more resilient community.
We are looking for an experienced and proactive individual to deliver our strategy and support our fundraising for Education, Training and Employment. This includes contributing to IRMO's strategic vision for growth and development in this area and looking for ways to expand its reach and impact within the community. Working as part of our Senior Management Team, the post holder will play an essential role in supporting the development and implementation of organisational processes and strategies, including our business plan and communications strategy.
The post holder will manage resources and funded projects across the ETE area and will be responsible for managing a small and dynamic delivery team. They will have the ability to manage several projects running simultaneously, working to various performance indicators. The post holder will have experience reporting on performance directly to funders and the underlying skills of attention to detail and ease of working to set clear targets.
EXPERIENCE, SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
- Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English; ability to tailor communications to diverse audiences; ability to break down and convey complex information
- Able to communicate in Spanish and/or Portuguese
- Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to build rapport, build self-confidence and draw out people's strengths
- Excellent organisation, attention to detail and time management skills
- Able to think strategically and apply innovation and creativity to solve problems
- Excellent IT skills, including Microsoft packages, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and databases
- Able to design and implement education, training and employment initiatives, and effective systems of monitoring and evaluation
- Qualification in Information, Advice & Guidance
- CELTA qualified or equivalent
- Professional, pragmatic and assertive
- Ability to take initiative and work with minimal supervision
- Self-motivated and resourceful
- Excellent understanding of issues facing migrants in the UK (particularly the Latin American migrant community)
- A commitment to IRMO's mission and vision for the Latin American community in London and the UK
To apply, please visit our website and submit your application form by 23:59 on Sunday, 8th of August 2021.
We aim at holding interviews via Zoom as soon as possible after the closing date.