We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity for a Schools Coordinator (Impact Officer) to work as the primary link between partner schools and the CYUK programme.
This youth social action charity challenges 18 to 25-year-olds to tackle educational inequality through a year of full-time social action. As mentors, tutors and role models in schools, they support pupils growing up in some of the most disadvantaged areas of the UK.
Position: Schools Coordinator (internal title School Impact Officer)
Location: E2 0LB – 2 days per week
Training Location: E1 6EG – 1 day per week (with some working from home)
Hours: Part-time for 3 days, or 24 hours, per week. Term-time working (with the exception of the second half of August) Working hours are 8:00-4:30, Monday to Friday.
Salary: Full-time of salary of £28,144 per annum pro rata
Start Date: December 2022 -January 2023
Closing Date: 3 January 2023. Interviews will take place on a rolling basis so apply early to avoid disappointment.
We have a rewarding opportunity for a School Impact Officer to train, support and develop volunteers, monitor the programme through effective administration, data management and to build a deep partnership between the school and the charity.
The Impact Officer is based predominantly in a school and is the primary link between the partner schools and the programme and is the enabler of the programme delivery. You will support a team of volunteer mentors, who support school activities by coordinating, managing and evaluating the programme.
The Volunteer Mentors also complete a Leadership and Development programme and you will work with them on a professional development plan to chart their continuous professional development and ready them for employment.
The role is primarily a school-based post from Monday to Thursday and is office based on most Fridays. See locations above.
To be successful in this role you will need to be passionate about social change and serving a great cause. As the School Impact Officer you will strive for excellence and support the core vision and values of the charity.
You will have:
Whilst not essential experience of working in a school or with schools would be an advantage in this role.
If you want to make a real difference and believe that young people can change the world, we want to hear from you!
Please apply by uploading your CV and cover letter (two pages preferred) demonstrating your suitable experience, knowledge, skills and abilities. Due to the high volume of CVs received, the charity can only respond back to the successful candidates.
As an organisation, particular emphasis is placed on fairness, well-being, and inclusion and offer a range of benefits for staff, including:
The charity is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all learners including young people.
Other areas of experience may include School Partnerships, School Partnerships Officer, School Partnerships Lead, School Impact Officer, School Impact, School, Primary School, Senior School, Early Years, EYF, Volunteer Recruitment, Teacher, Education, School Engagement, School Leadership, Volunteer Management, Volunteer, Volunteer Coordinator, Volunteer Engagement, Lead, Teaching Assistant, Teaching, Youth, Secondary School Teacher, Trainee Teacher, Teacher, Youth Support, Family Support, Children’s Support, Support Officer, EYF, Mentor, Youth Mentor, Volunteer Management, School Partnerships, School Liaison, Programme Officer, Programme Lead, Programme Support, Coordinator, Administrator.
Please note this role is being advertised by NFP People on behalf of our client.