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Dalston, Greater London 1.32 miles
£20,573 per year
Part-time, Temporary
Job description

Do you want to work with young people in London to empower them to develop new skills and take up opportunities? StreetDoctors is looking for a temporary part time programme coordinator to support delivery of Stepwise, our flagship youth engagement programme which extends our engagement with young people at risk of violence in London. 

About StreetDoctors 
StreetDoctors teach emergency first aid to young people at risk of youth violence, so they know what to do if someone is bleeding or unconscious. We do this through our movement of young healthcare volunteers who train 11-25 year olds to understand the true medical consequences of violence and empower them to become lifesavers in their communities. Our training is delivered in partnership with criminal justice services, schools, pupil referral units, sports and community groups. Young people leave StreetDoctors sessions equipped with the knowledge to make informed decisions about how to keep themselves and others safe. 

The role
Our StepWise programme helps increase the number of young people who learn lifesaving skills through StreetDoctors sessions. The programme builds on StreetDoctors model and supports young people to acquire First Aid at Work accreditation, learn about NHS careers and go on to become trainers co-delivering StreetDoctors sessions to other young people in their local communities. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking to make a real impact on reducing youth violence in London, specifically in East London boroughs. If you are looking to work flexibly, this temporary, part-time role supporting the Stepwise programme could be the perfect fit for you.
You will work alongside our Volunteer and Youth Engagement Manager and London volunteers to deliver StepWise sessions over a four month period. Collaboration and the ability to build strong relationships with volunteers and our StepWise partners will be key factors in the successful implementation of the programme. 

Candidate profile 
You will be a driven, flexible and passionate individual with a desire to collaborate across sectors and within communities to work closely with young people and increase their engagement with StreetDoctors.
You will believe strongly that young people are part of the solution to youth violence and are capable of being positive role models in their communities. 
You will be enthusiastic at building and skilled at managing relationships with partners.  You will be a strong team player with experience of gathering impact data which will feed into StreetDoctors evaluation of the programme and our reports to funders.   
As well as being aligned with the values of social action, you will be practical and focused, able to work independently and function as a vital part of a small team. You will be reliable and organised with strong communication skills across a range of audiences, and excellent written skills. You will be dedicated and flexible, willing to work during the evenings and at weekends for a limited period whilst the project is underway. 
This role would be particularly suited to an applicant who is keen to work flexibly, for a limited time period, perhaps as part of a phased return to work or due to other commitments. 

How to Apply 
StreetDoctors is committed to ensuring that we are a welcoming, inclusive and diverse team which benefits from a broad spectrum of experiences and backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications that help build greater diversity within StreetDoctors and/or bring lived experience of youth violence into our team. 
Please note it is StreetDoctors policy that all post holders are subject to an enhanced DBS check. 

  • Deadline to apply is Sunday 8th March at 23:59. Please send in your CV and a short cover letter (no more than 1 side of A4).
  • Shortlisting will happen on Monday 9th March. We will endeavour to contact candidates only being invited for interview on 9th March. 
  • Interviews will take place on Thursday 12th March at our office in Dalston so please ensure you are available on this date - Unit 3.2 Print House, 18-22 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL.
  • Start date - as soon as possible after interview.


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StepWise Programme Coordinator Recruitment Pack (.pdf)
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Posted on: 25 February 2020
Closing date: 08 March 2020
Tags: Training,Volunteer Management

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