Programmes Coordinator (Fixed term until September 2022)
Contract Type: Fixed term until September 2022
Region: UK Office, Birmingham (with some remote working)
Our client a federation of charities mobilising practical community action on poverty and the environment across the UK, are looking for someone who shares their passion for helping communities in need and improving local environments to play a key role in the management of delivery programmes running all across the UK. They are currently seeking to fill the position of
Programmes Coordinator within the established Contracts team at their national office based in Birmingham.
This is a critical role within the team, with responsibility for the day-to-day management of a small portfolio of funded programmes. Key functions will include relationship management with their funders and partners, developing and implementing monitoring and compliance procedures, and working with practitioners to deliver high performing programmes that maximise impact for their beneficiaries.
Responsibilities will change along with their portfolio of contracts and programmes. However, current priorities for the role include:
- Overseeing a DWP-funded national youth employment scheme, focused on creating short term work placements within the Federation, alongside a national training programme and youth network
- Managing two grant programmes focused on economic regeneration and employment support for those furthest from the labour market
- Supporting their role in a national delivery partnership focused on embedding outdoor education in schools
They are seeking an individual who can quickly understand the breadth of their activity, can work with minimal supervision, and who is able to manage multiple work streams in a busy but rewarding environment.
Closing Date: Noon, Friday 5th November 2021
Closing Date: November 5, 2021
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Our client is committed to being an inclusive employer and offers flexible working arrangements and supportive, family friendly policies. They encourage people to think about whether they could fulfil this role working part time or in job share arrangements. Their team has been working from home in line with government recommendations, but is now moving to a blended model, combining remote working with work from their offices in Digbeth, Birmingham. They particularly welcome interest from people with first-hand experience of the challenges that the charity seeks to address.
No agencies please.