We are looking for an Education Manager who is passionate, energetic and inspiring to lead an Eco-Schools programme for a leading UK charity.
You will be working for an iconic and dynamic charity, providing first-class solutions to environmental challenges. For more than 60 years, they have campaigned for cleaner, greener places and delivered programmes aimed at encouraging organisations and individuals to reduce their environmental impact. The work of the charity has never been more informed, important and urgent.
Position: Education Manager (internal title)
Location: Wigan or London with regular travel and the ability to work from home as required
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £38,495p.a. (Wigan) - £40,495p.a. (London)
Benefits: Competitive salary, 27 days’ annual leave (pro rata), plus bank holidays, pension scheme with both employer and employee contributions, healthcare cash plan, 24/7 employee assistance helpline and access to employee perks, cycle-to-work scheme, life assurance plan, learning and development opportunities, including staff development days. Flexible and supportive employer, with a core hours’ system and time-off-in-lieu arrangements
Closing Date: 09:00 Monday 29 November 2021
Interviews: week commencing 06 December 2021
About the role:
Using world-class research and working with partners, the charity design game-changing campaigns that inspire the Nation to cut waste and litter and improve recycling as well as programmes that set the standards for clean, accessible and attractive beaches, parks and green spaces and are proud to inspire and educate millions of children.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual to lead, shape and grow the charity’s Eco-Schools programme, ensuring effective and impactful delivery across England.
As Programme Manager you will be passionate, energetic and inspiring with outstanding project management skills and astute financial acumen.
You will have an interest in the environment and an understanding of how children can lead impactful action. You will be an excellent communicator and have strong proven project management, financial skills, commercial awareness and an ability to make an immediate and positive impression. We are looking for a self-starter focused on delivering results.
The charity are an inclusive and flexible employer and particularly welcome applications from all sectors of the community including under-represented groups in the charity sector.
Other roles you may have had experience of could include: Programme Manager, Director of Programmes, Change Management, Head of Programme Delivery, Programmes Director, Strategic Programme Manager, Education Manager, Environment Programmes, etc.