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London, Greater London (On-site)
Circa £70,000 per year
Full-time
Permanent
Job description

Associate Director of Delivery, The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood

About the Royal Foundation

The Royal Foundation mobilises leaders, businesses, and people so that together we can address society’s greatest challenges. Led by The Prince and Princess of Wales, our work is built on world-class research, long-term partnerships, and measurable, scalable impact. We build collaborative initiatives where leaders from all parts of society can come together to identify emerging challenges, agree joint action, and make a real difference on key societal challenges.

The role

We are seeking an exceptional Associate Director of Delivery to join the Centre for Early Childhood. Reporting to the Centre Director and working closely with Royal Foundation and Kensington Palace teams, you will play a key role in designing and implementing strategic plans and programmes to drive change in the early childhood space. This will include delivering existing programmes and supporting the design of new ideas from concept to launch, working with stakeholders from across the early childhood sector and beyond.

The successful candidate will bring cross-sector experience of developing high impact programmes, preferably including communications/public awareness campaigns. The successful candidate will combine passion for our mission with best-in-class programmes and campaigns expertise. Ideally you will bring experience of a range of work – from large-scale programmes, national/international communication campaigns, or collaborative initiatives framed around convening diverse actors around shared goals. You will bring a creative and strategic approach, excellent communications skills as well as a track record of working on complex and multi layered initiatives. You will be a positive, flexible and hands-on team player who is able to design and execute innovative and creative solutions to society’s greatest challenges, maximising the impact The Royal Foundation and the Centre for Early Childhood is able to achieve through its work. This is a unique opportunity which will allow the successful candidate to lead and implement a range of exciting and unique programmes to drive awareness and action on early childhood.

The Centre for Early Childhood, which was launched by Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales in June 2021, drives awareness of and action on the extraordinary impact of the early years on our life outcomes – changing what we think and do on early childhood to transform society for generations to come. We focus on developing creative campaigns and initiatives to raise awareness and spark action, driving real, positive change on the early years. Recent examples of the breadth and scale of the work of the Centre include the launch of Shaping Us in January 2023, a major new campaign to increase public understanding about the crucial importance of the first five years of a child’s life. Working with Her Royal Highness, the Centre also launched the Business Taskforce for early childhood in March 2023, which aims to harness the power of the private sector to shift the way employers understand, prioritise, and invest in early childhood – including social and emotional development. The Centre’s 2021 launch also saw the publication of ‘Big Change Starts Small’, a report outlining the case and opportunity as we strengthen early childhood.

 

 

Person Specification

The Royal Foundation is a high-profile organisation, and the successful candidate will appreciate the importance of discretion, flexibility and confidentiality and have a mature and professional approach.  

  Key Skills and Competencies  

 

  • Skilled at developing and delivering high impact, creative, on budget projects.  
  • Proven project management skills, with an ability to see the bigger picture beyond day-to-day actions and deliver exceptional work at a fast pace.  
  • A self-starter with sound judgment who can promote team effectiveness and identify issues before they arise.  
  • Ability to evaluate and measure the impact of the programmatic activity, presenting to others and showing clear learnings and development opportunities 
  • Management and building of important relationships with both internal and external stakeholders, and supporters of this work   
  • Experience in the design and utilisation of effective impact evaluation tools, working to a theory of change and ensuring a robust and objective approach to understanding the impact of our work and enabling lessons to be drawn to improve future efforts.
  • Skilled at writing and an ability to craft compelling narratives, ensuring that complex topics and issues are accessible to a wide range of audiences.  
  • Adaptable and flexible approach to plans, able to respond confidently and positively to changing scenarios and seize opportunities – providing clear direction throughout.  
  • Impressive internal and external stakeholder management skills, able to build, develop and maintain relationships and present confidently to senior stakeholders.  
  • The successful candidate will have an excellent eye for detail, ensuring that external and internal presentation is perfect.  
  • A commitment and willingness to uphold The Foundation’s values in all areas of work.   

Experience and Knowledge  

  • Demonstrable experience in a position of management/leadership working across multiple programmes and projects.
  • Demonstrable track record of designing and implementing diverse solutions to complex societal problems.
  • Strong analytical skills that inform and increase the impact of our work.
  • Proven ability to prioritise and/or recognise when the right decision is not to embark on a particular area of work.  
  • Understanding and evidence of building a communication strategy and content which excites and engages a wide audience using traditional and social media, marketing and digital channels.  
  •  Proven success at building strong relationships with both internal and external stakeholders
  • ·Considerable experience working with, and managing high-profile partners, and positively responding to challenging circumstances while maintaining discretion at all times.    
  • A breadth of experience spanning large scale public facing programmes or projects and convening high level panels.
  • Experience in public policy development.

 

Important Information 

Salary: Circa £70,000 DOE

Hours: 37.5 Hours

Location: :  Central London office, with flexibility to work from home as agreed with your line manager.

You may also be required to travel within the UK and overseas on The Royal Foundation’s business

 

Application Instructions

To apply for the role please send:

•         A Cover letter (one page) explaining your motivation for applying for the role and what skills and experience you will bring to the role and the Foundation.

•         Your CV (max two pages)

 

Equality and Diversity 

The Royal Foundation is committed to equality and diversity and to ensuring a positive, safe and respectful environment which promotes the wellbeing and dignity of our employees, partners, suppliers and those whose interests we represent. We are committed to promoting a positive and inclusive working environment that has a diversity of people and views, and one that supports our culture of collaboration and curiosity. We know that diverse and inclusive teams have a positive impact on our ability to help us address society’s biggest challenges. We would welcome applications from under-represented groups. 

 

Posted on: 07 September 2023
Closed date: 07 October 2023 at 23:59
Tags: Social Care/Development, Housing Management

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