We care about our staff, and we want our staff to care about their work.
We aim to recruit the BEST staff, who share our vision, values, passion and commitment.
What we know about working for us:
In return for their hard work, we offer our staff:
Part Time • £32,500 – £38,500 pro rata • Home based, with travel across the UK
Are you a kind, curious and courageous youth programme manager?
Do you have a passion for improving services WITH young people?
Are you a successful leader, motivating teams by being playful in practice and serious about the solutions.
Sound like you? Then we’d LOVE to hear from you..
Participation People believe services work better with young people. We’re looking for a new Programme Manager (Universal Programmes) to help us, help services do that.
Our Universal Programmes provide spaces and opportunities for any young person who chooses to participate. This post will specialise in youth led participatory action research and young inspector programmes.
Participation People’s #YouthVoice programmes provide open, safe and inclusive spaces for young people to form and express their voice. They support decision makers to listen; creating solutions with young people to improve services and communities, together.
We expect a GREAT Programme Manager to be a superb communicator, an excellent relationship and network builder as well as a supportive, empathetic colleague.
You’ll be proactive, confident and have a drive for #YouthVoice excellence.
We welcome applicants with strong experience of managing youth programmes with young people. Candidates with a commitment to Participation People’s values and experience of project monitoring and impact reporting will thrive in this role.
In return for your hard work, we offer a generous holiday entitlement, a competitive salary, a highly flexible working arrangement and the opportunity to work in a team of like minded people.
We particularly welcome and encourage applications from applicants from black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds and from those with disabilities, as we have identified that these groups are currently underrepresented in the organisation, particularly in management roles.
The ‘small print’
Start date: Ideally, we’d like the successful applicant in post no later than early December 2021.
Term: This post is fixed term, to end on 31 December 2022 (possible extension, subject to funding).
Office base: Home based, with travel across the UK.
Salary: £32,500 – £38,500 pro rata.
Please note – this post involves working directly with children and young people on a regular basis and so is subject to an Enhanced DBS Check. We will not accept CVs.
Closing date for applications: Monday 11 October 2021.
Feel free to get in touch with us – call 07921 907210, to speak to Antonia Dixey, our Chief Executive, for a chat.