Are you experienced in developing and leading successful youth programmes that improve outcomes for young people within an inner-city context.
Do you enjoy working with young people and supporting them to achieve their best?
Would you like to contribute to an organisation that is working hard for a fairer society?
Then we’d love to hear from you!
Salary: £38,000 Hours: 21 hours per week.
This is an exciting opportunity to lead the delivery of a portfolio of inter-related projects and activities as part of the recently re-launched Improving Outcomes for Black Children and Young People (formally, Improving Outcomes for Young Black Men). Working in close partnership with voluntary and community sector organisations, and statutory bodies, including Hackney Council, and the NHS, your role will be to ensure programme activities remain strategically aligned, are delivered on time, within budget, and to a high standard.
Your role will include:
- Developing relationships and partnerships, and collaborating with others, e.g. infrastructure organisations, funders, think tanks etc., which stimulate new approaches and provide new development and learning opportunities for local groups.
- Ensuring regular monitoring and reporting of funded programmes, ensuring submissions are accurate, completed to a high standard and in a timely manner.
- Having an awareness, and remaining professionally curious, about current issues young people in Hackney face, particularly those from Black and Global Majority backgrounds.
Application deadline: 25 November, 5pm.
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