Job Description: Project Coordinator for School Awards (3-4 days per week), exciting work as part of outreach team to London State schools, encouraging non-academic challenges from 17 year olds
The Mark Evison Foundation aims to promote the personal development of young people through challenge. We work directly with London state schools, encouraging non-academic proposals for challenge from 17-year old’s (Yr. 12s). It is exciting work, bringing out the best in young people.
Due to expansion we are seeking a gifted part-time schools project officer (up to .8 WTE) for a key role within a lovely team based in Dulwich, SE21, Southwark. The work is varied and very interesting.
The successful candidate should be a graduate, enthusiastic and well-organised, with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, able to work independently, manage priorities, work to deadlines, and take initiative. The post involves being part of an outreach team, presenting at state school assemblies, working with students at partner schools to help prepare costed applications, handling draft applications by email, and accurate data collection and input. The applicant should have good social media expertise. They will be able to deal efficiently and accurately with most administrative requirements, and have excellent PC skills – Word, Excel and Outlook. We would train you to deal with our systems.
How to apply
Please send us a CV before 30 January 2020 with a short statement explaining why you are interested in the role and how you meet the person specification. Relevant candidates may be asked to complete an application form at a later stage. These should be emailed to us or posted to the Mark Evison Foundation, PO Box 59519, London SE21 9AL.
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