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Bude, Cornwall
£14,320.9 - £23,868 per year
Contract, Part-time, Temporary, 6 month contract
Job description

Are you looking for a new challenge and have excellent project management skills with a background in teaching or training? Great! Read on to find out about the role of Academy Coordinator at The 2 Minute Foundation.

You will build The 2 Minute Foundation’s Academy model from scratch and hit the ground running. The Academy will be the overarching parent of The 2 Minute Beach School and education arm that includes online resources, expeditions and long-term volunteer training and environmental outreach weekends. You will delve into developing all policies, procedures and risk assessments relevant to the safe running of the Academy and all associated training programmes.

Your teaching or instructing background will enable you to produce lesson plans, schemes, and training modules for all age groups, organise the logistics of running the academy, be responsible for building and maintaining relationships with local training providers and be in control of the budget and procurement.

Your project management and development skills are impeccable with implementation, reporting and adjusting being second nature to you. You’ll search out opportunities for collaboration and certification and report regularly and maintain open communication with the charity’s Campaigns Manager and department leads. As an individual, you are imaginative, creative and make things happen.

You’ll keep records of your trainee’s development and learning journeys and ensure good standards of safety, hygiene and cleanliness are maintained at all times. You will constantly self-evaluate and adjust practices where needed and show passion, enthusiasm and a commitment to helping trainees be their best, providing inspiration through exciting activities whilst promoting the 2 Minute ethos.

You class yourself as an environmentalist and you have a sound understanding of marine litter issues, the current state of UK recycling and general environmental practice. We are changemakers, and you will fit right in.

Essential:

  • Ability to travel around the UK and spend weekends away
  • Have a recognised teaching qualification, or significant teaching / instructing experience
  • Experience with post 16 and adult learning and development
  • You are an inspiring practitioner with a sound knowledge of child development and learner needs
  • Passion for the planet
  • Proficient in leading the delivery of all aspects of teaching and learning
  • Have strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Have a proven track record of implementing projects from the ground up
  • Ability to work under pressure with a ‘get the job done’ attitude
  • Strong, assertive and polite communication skills
  • Good with spreadsheets and databases
  • Very good research techniques
  • Confident with social media
  • Experience with project management
  • Data crunching
  • Logistics
  • Proven problem solving
  • Using your initiative
  • Ability to think outside the box

Desirable:

  • Be able to demonstrate a clear understanding of safeguarding and OFSTED guidelines
  • Environmental qualification
  • Water-based skills or qualifications, including lifeguard, snorkel guide etc.

Personal traits:

  • Multitasker
  • Be punctual, reliable, a good team player, approachable and friendly
  • Extremely organised
  • People person
  • Confident
  • Happy to get your hands dirty
  • Passionate about protecting the environment and current challenges
  • Very good communicator
  • Positive personality
  • Excellent time management

The role is home based, with a day in the office. You are expected to be within driving distance of Bude. Travel will be frequent and necessary, so your own transport is essential.

The position is for 22.5 hours a week and you would need to provide some flexibility to meet with the needs of the charity. There is prospect to extend the contract as The Academy develops.

Hours: 22.5 hrs per week

Rate: £23,868 per annum pro rata

Closing date for applications: 19th June 2021

*In person interviews: w.c 5th July 2021 in Bude

*Interviews must be in person and will be held in a socially distanced setting

Application Instructions

Please send a cover letter and your CV.

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Posted on: 25 May 2021
Closing date: 19 June 2021
Job ref: ACAD01
Tags: Project Management,Teaching

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