Programme Coordinator – Streetwise

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Programme Coordinator – Streetwise

Contract Type

Permanent

Hours

Full time

Location

Kenton

Sector

Operations

Salary

£20,000 - £26,000

Closing date

Applications accepted on a rolling basis until filled

Description of role:

Streetwise are looking for an enthusiastic educator to develop their curriculum and facilitate all programming in schools and communities.

What you will do:

• Every member of the Streetwise team will have to book, create, develop, and facilitate sessions for ages 4 – 18 over a range of topics.

• Continually develop the curriculum in line with PSHE National Curriculum.

• Liaise with national partner organisations and ensure Streetwise is up to date and programmes are in line with national campaigns (Anti-Bullying Alliance, Brook, Safer Internet Day, etc)

• Facilitate the Maccabi GB Leadership programme, teaching core leadership and youth work/community skills to teenagers.

• A large proportion of this job will be to facilitate sessions to young people aged 4 – 18 and occasionally their teachers and parents.

What you will need:

Required

• A clear DBS check (organised by Streetwise).

• Access to a car and holds a full, clean driving license.

• Experience working with young people.

• Punctual, committed, enthusiastic and able to work on own initiative.

• Passionate about young people’s wellbeing.

Desired

• Good understanding of the National Curriculum for PSHE.

• Understanding of the Jewish Community and its different settings.

• Efficient administrative and organisation skills, including IT literacy (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Canva).

• Youth work/Youth movement experience.

The successful candidate will be expected to travel to schools in and around London with the occasional work in Essex, Leeds & Manchester. There will be some occasional evening and weekend work.

For more information and to be personally recommended, please contact melissa@theworkavenue.org.uk

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