Accountable to: Head of Programme
Location: Can be based in any region in which The Girls’ Network is operating (Greater London, Portsmouth, Brighton, Birmingham, Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Tyne & Wear, Tees Valley.
Purpose: The primary responsibility of the Ambassador Programme Lead is to build an engaged and growing network of Ambassadors, creating continued and sustainable opportunities for Ambassadors to develop skills, confidence and gain greater access to opportunities, as well as providing opportunities and platforms for their voices to be heard.
Hours: Full time with flexible working hours. Some evening work may be required, arranged at your convenience
Salary: 28,000 (plus London weighting if applicable)
Start date: early July 2021
About The Girls’ Network
The Girls’ Network is an award-winning charity that works with girls from low-income communities and provides them with a female mentor to open up opportunities and networks that they otherwise would not have access to. Following their mentoring journey, girls join our Ambassador Programme, providing them with continued opportunities & networks.
Whilst this role description seeks to articulate the role of Ambassador Programme Lead more clearly, it is recognised there will be variation in practice depending on implementation and factors such as the size of the programme.
Key roles and responsibilities
- Develop an Ambassador led and vision led strategy
- Build a sustainable Programme, able to engage a growing number of Ambassadors
- Design and lead a national Ambassador Programme
- Ensure continued monitoring and evaluation
- Leading the transition for girls from the Mentoring Programme to the Ambassador Programme
- Manage Ambassador Programme partnerships
● You are deeply passionate and driven to achieve equal opportunities for all and will keep the girls we work with at the heart of your work
● You can build excellent and effective relationships with young people as well as corporate organisations
● You are able to work with experts in various fields and willing to learn and build new skills eg. implementation of technology; learning theories & use of engagement measurement tools
● You care about the details and have above average organisational skills, as well as being able to understand and drive towards the bigger picture
● You are target oriented and will work towards achieving KPI’s of the role
● You are flexible in your approach to working with a small organisation and understand the time and resource limitations
How to apply
Send your CV and a covering letter via email before Midnight on Wednesday, 12th May.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.