Date Added: 31 January 2017
: 24 February 2017
Job Title: Programme Coordinators (Liverpool) (x 2)
Working For: Social Mobility Foundation
Location: London for first four months, then Liverpool
Salary: £21,000 – £27,000, plus £2,000 pro rata London weighting for time in London
The APP Coordinators have the responsibility of recruiting and supporting successful students as well as building good links with our supporters across Liverpool. The role will be very hands-on, having a lot of responsibility from the start to manage the programme as well as develop it along the way. The role will also involve occasional travel to the SMF’s other offices to provide support with events and to undertake additional training.
This is a fantastic role for someone who would like to take on a high-level of responsibility from the outset and who wants to work as part of a small team at a growing, high-profile charity.
Manager: Regional Development Manager.
Contract Type: 12 months, with a likely extension subject to funding (all existing offices outside London have received continued funding so far).
Benefits: 25 days' annual leave; bonus annual leave days between Christmas and New Year; time off in lieu for work outside contractual hours; 5% employer pension contribution after a satisfactory completion of a four month probation period, and employer subscription to Perkbox.
Location: City of London for a four month training period, then Liverpool City Centre
Hours: Full time (37.5 hours), with some evening work (time off in lieu given)
Further details can be found via the link below:
Closing Date: 24 February 2017
Interviews are expected to take place at SMF London office week commencing 27th February 2017.
To apply, please send a copy of your CV, a covering letter outlining your suitability for the position along with a one-page document detailing what you think are the main concerns that the young people the SMF target face regarding access to universities and professions to email@example.com.
Generic or incomplete applications will not be considered.