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Yes Futures

Yes Futures, Keeton's & Collett (3Space)
Bermondsey, E, EC, N, NW, SE, SW, W, WC, United Kingdom

Phone: ​02081444393
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Student Programme Lead Job in Norwich


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Part time, School term time, Contract / Temporary


Student Programme Lead


Charity, Education



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Job Description:

We are looking for an enthusiastic and committed Programme Lead to run our Finding Futures programme on a freelance basis at Woodland View Junior School (Norwich) from September 2019 – March 2020.

This is a freelance role with a difference; a unique opportunity to have an incredible impact, by joining our ambitious team at this exciting stage in the charity’s growth. You will have significant ownership over your work, enabling you to thrive and grow your talents in a supportive, collaborative environment.

As a Programme Lead, you will be integral to the running of the Finding Futures programme at Woodland View Primary School and a vital link between the Yes Futures head office and the school. You will be responsible for ensuring the programme has a positive impact on the 10 students selected at the school, as well as managing a small volunteer Coaching team of 1-2 people. 

There is a total of 12 days delivery time, plus approximately 25 additional hours of programme preparation work, to be fitted around your own commitments.
All dates will be decided based on your schedule and the school’s availability, with the exception of the residential weekend which runs with other schools. This is likely to run from Friday 22nd – Sunday 24th November.

You can read more about the role in the attached Role Description

Job Requirements:

Candidates should be able to demonstrate the following qualities:
  • Strong personal presentation skills and a proven ability to communicate confidently, enthusiastically and effectively, including presenting, writing and speaking fluently in English;
  • An ability to quickly establish effective relationships based on trust and respect with both children and adults, both within a group setting and one-to-one;
  • An understanding of how to communicate effectively with schools, teaching staff and students' parents;
  • Ability to act as a role model and show skills to lead an effective coaching conversation;
  • The ability to motivate self and others, and an understanding of the importance of self-reflection and continued personal development;
  • Ability to work independently, with a pro-active, creative and positive attitude;
  • Outstanding time-management skills, with an organised and methodical approach to managing multiple projects simultaneously;
  • Empathy and integrity;
  • Proficient computer use, including word processing and spreadsheet use;
  • A keen interest and up-to-date knowledge in education matters and issues affecting young people;
  • Passion for Yes Futures’ work and a drive to increase the charity’s reach.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate their experience of:
  • A strong commitment to and experience of supporting the personal development of young people;
  • Delivering workshops or classroom activities to groups of young people or adults;
  • Sourcing and fostering good relations with other agencies, for example, schools, businesses and non-profits;
  • Ability and willingness to travel within the region of your placement school, including one weekend longer distance trip;
  • Maintaining confidentiality when required;
  • Currently (or willingness to be) DBS checked. 
  • Experience of supporting or mentoring junior colleagues to develop professionally;
  • Analysing datasets, including a working knowledge of impact measurement;
  • An understanding of data protection laws and principles; 
  • Experience working with young people who may occasionally display challenging behaviours;
  • Experience working in the education sector

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