Please note that the salary shown is based on a full-time salary - this is a part-time role at 3 days per week, so the salary will be £21,000 pro-rata.
About Strength & Stem
Strength & Stem is a small charity that exists to help prepare women who have survived human trafficking for meaningful employment, using floristry as the tool. We believe that floristry can be used as a practical tool to help survivors of human trafficking to build a future for themselves, as well as a therapeutic tool in healing from trauma.
Founded in 2019, we ran an inaugural series of floristry workshops in October of the same year. The aim of the pilot was to see if floristry could help female survivors of human trafficking grow in confidence, social connection, and sense of purpose. Our pilot was a great success. All the women reported learning a new skill, 70% reported feeling more confident and we had several requests for further training and opportunities to put their skills into practice.
We have since evaluated and built on the content and structure of the pilot to develop a more holistic programme which we will begin rolling out from 2021. In addition to floristry training, the new programmes will involve supplementary skills training, mentorship and work experience.
Programme and Impact Manager
The Programme and Impact Manager will be responsible for the planning, coordination, and the safe and effective delivery of our upcoming programmes as well as their impact measurement and evaluation. As this is a brand-new role there is real opportunity to shape and grow our programmes, establish strong monitoring and evaluation frameworks for the future, and set the direction of Strength & Stem as a charity.
Job title: Programme and Impact Manager
Responsible to: Trustee Board
Hours: Three days per week (22.5 hours per week, 0.6 FTE). This is a fixed term role for 12 months, with the possibility of an extension of a further 12 months subject to additional fundraising.
Based: This is a remote role; however, you will be required to attend the floristry and skills training sessions in person, as delivery of the workshops are a key part of the role. These sessions will take place in London or Surrey. You may also need to be available in London or Surrey for meetings that require in person attendance. You must have the pre-existing right to work in the UK to be eligible for this role.
This is a new role, and the first paid role within Strength & Stem, funded by a grant from the Sir Halley Stewart Trust.
This post is open to female applicants only as being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010. Strength & Stem values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.
Application deadline is midnight on Sunday 8th August 2021.
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