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London, Greater London
£30,000 - £39,000 per year
Permanent, Part-time, 21 hours a week
Job description

The Lord Mayor’s Appeal aims to have a transformational impact on people’s lives by bringing together businesses, neighbouring communities, employees, and charities to find solutions to some of London’s most pressing societal issues. Our vision is to create A Better City for All, thatis InclusiveHealthySkilled and Fair, helping 1 million people thrive.

We do this by delivering programmes under our four key strategy areas; Inclusive, Healthy, Skilled and Fair, and through supporting inspirational charities who are delivering innovative solutions in these areas.

We are looking for an experienced, skilled and passionate Programme Manager with experience working with young people, schools and/or mental health, to join our small and ambitious team to lead the delivery  of a portfolio of projects under our Skilled and Healthy pillars.  

This is a exciting role within our growing organisation, reporting into the Senior Programme Manager, and working across 3 of our key strategy areas; mental health, diversity & inclusion, and skills, and will play an instrumental role in the on-going success of our Programme work.

Role Purpose

Skilled Pillar programmes

In a society where young women believe they do not have the same chances in business as their male counterparts, She Can Be aims to change this perception and empower young women to see the City as not only a viable, but an exciting career option for them. It aims to boost young women’s confidence in their abilities by equipping them with the tools to consider careers in the City, if they want one. She Can Be is delivered in partnership with business, schools and our charity partners to connect young women to City businesses through a one-day event each year.  

As Programme Manager you will be responsible for managing all aspects of She Can Be to ensure the programme is delivered to time and on budget. We are also looking to expand the programme and incorporate mentoring and work experience opportunities for the young women to increase the impact of the programme. You will be responsible for both the development and growth of the programme, working collaboratively with our programme partners to do so.

Healthy Pillar programmes

This is Me is an award-winning mental health programme that supports organisations to end the stigma around mental, creating healthier more inclusive workplace cultures to improve employee wellbeing. We do this by supporting organisations to;

  1. Raise awareness around mental health through our Green Ribbon campaign
  2. Open up the conversation and end the stigma through This is Me storytelling
  3. Build the skills of managers and employees to have conversations around mental health confidently through the Wellbeing in the Workplace e-learning tool, developed in partnership with Samaritans

As Programme Manager, you will be responsible for working with the Senior Programme Manager to deliver all aspects of the Green Ribbon campaign as part of This is Me, ensuring you deliver the campaign to time and budget and support the wider This is Me programme objectives.  This includes working with our This is Me regions to grow the number of organisations taking part in the Green Ribbon campaign each year, expanding our reach across the UK and internationally.

This is an exciting opportunity to work with charities, schools and businesses to deliver impactful programmes, whilst building your subject-matter knowledge on mental health, diversity & inclusion and youth programming, to create a Better City for All for Londoners and the surrounding communities.

Further details

Salary: £30,000 - £39,000 (depending on experience) 

Contract: Permanent, Part-time (21 hours as week) with the potential for full-time

Benefits: 

  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Flexible working 
  • Learning & development opportunities
  • Workplace pension scheme with 4% employer contribution
  • Season ticket loan
  • Wellbeing support 

Location: Guildhall, London

Closing date: Monday 30th November at 9.00am 

Interviews: First round interviews will be held during the week of 7th December over zoom

Additional documents
Job Description (.pdf)
Refreshed on: 24 November 2020
Closing date: 30 November 2020
Tags: Project Management
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