Programme Development Manager (Financial Education)

Recruiter
Prospectus
Location
City of London
Salary
Up to £40000.00 per annum
Posted
13 Sep 2019
Closes
22 Sep 2019
Ref
HQ00176151
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

RedSTART are an innovative charitable foundation, delivering high impact financial education to young people across the UK; their aim is a world in which teachers, parents, students and Governments all play a key part in educating the next generation by putting young people in control of their financial futures. They are now seeking to expand their delivery beyond face to face financial education workshops, and are recruiting for a Programme Development Manager to now develop their financial education portfolio.

 

As the organisation's Programme Development Manager, you will act as RedSTART's financial education product expert. You will focus predominantly on Primary Schools, evaluating resources already in place, researching the financial education landscape, managing content development, and collaborating with the wider team to develop an implementation plan. You will be responsible for impact assessment, website integration and consistency of message across all communications. Overall you will ensure that all resources and products are targeted, engaging and impactful.

To apply for this role you must have significant experience of product and content development in an educational capacity. You must have demonstrable experience of planning and delivering high quality learning and engagement products and programmes (ideally around financial education), including impact assessment. You will also have strong experience of marketing learning and education products, and will ideally have experience of working in the charity sector. Overall you will be a skilled content development professional, passionate about devising tailored programmes to improve young people's financial education.

Please initially apply with a word formatted version of your CV - further information will be provided to suitable candidates.

Please also note, this role is initially offered on a part time (3 days per week) basis, however there may be the potential to increase to full-time.

First round interviews to take place Tuesday 1st October

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