London, Greater London
£50,000 - £60,000 per year full time equivalent
Permanent, Part-time, 3 Days per week
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Job description

THINK EQUAL is a global education initiative with a mission to ensure that Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) becomes a compulsory subject for all children in the early years’ (3-6 year-olds) globally. SEL is the process through which knowledge, attitudes, values and skills such as emotional intelligence, empathy, self-awareness, self-regulation, social awareness, gender equality, environmental stewardship, relationship skills and responsible decision making are developed.  SEL helps young people to:

  • build and maintain psychological resources;
  • know themselves and their emotions and to engage in positive relationships;
  • make good decisions, behave ethically and responsibly;
  • learn self-regulation and avoid negative behaviours;
  • undo gender stereotypes and be gender equal;
  • have self-worth, confidence and the right to voice and agency; and
  • transition into ambitious and empowered young adults.

To support educators and governments to achieve this mission, THINK EQUAL has developed a global SEL Programme for 3-6 years-olds.  The Programme is constructed around narrative children’s books, lesson plans and teaching resources which provide the concrete tools educators need to teach SEL in a low-cost and adaptable format.

The THINK EQUAL Programme has been implemented in 17 countries across six continents and is evidence-based.  There is a growing demand from other countries for the THINK EQUAL Programme and the organisation is now strengthening its team to be able to respond to this demand.

Purpose of the Role

To oversee the management of the organisation’s resources, HR and Governance to ensure the continued growth and development of THINK EQUAL to achieve its Mission. To provide robust financial management and leadership on finance, HR, governance and adminisration. To provide excellent people management skills and play a key role in leadership to support the SLT and trustees in all aspects of finance, reporting to funders, HR and governance. The post holder will work closely with the CEO.

To apply please send your CV and cover letter (no more than 1 1/2  A4 pages) by  21 August 2021. Please read the attached Job Description for the role. Please include your availabilty for interview and start date along with your expecation for salary.

Please note that we do not sponsor visa, you must have right to work in the UK for this post. The role is based in London, W10 , the post holder will be required to attend the the office.

Additional documents
JD (.pdf)
Refreshed on: 29 July 2021
Closing date: 21 August 2021
Tags: Finance, Human Resources

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