Adult Learning Programmer – JW3

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Adult Learning Programmer – JW3

Contract Type

Permanent

Hours

Part time

Location

NW London

Sector

Operations

Salary

£24,000 - £25,600 per annum (FTE £30,000 – £32,000)

Closing date

23rd July 2024 at 5pm

Hours: 30 hours per week, with flexibility around days worked 

To develop and deliver an outstanding innovative and inclusive year-round Adult Learning programme, including courses, classes, events and experiences designed to reach a wide range of adult audiences.

Job Description:

• Build on and expand the adult learning programme to increase the reach of learners

• Develop and produce a unique online/on-demand learning offer

• Develop creative ideas/alternatives for Jewish festivals, with a view to expanding and enhancing accessibility and engagement

• Oversee programmes from inception through to delivery, working with the marketing team to achieve box office/income and strategic targets

• Develop a programme of talks in response to current political and cultural events relevant to JW3’s Mission, Values and audiences

• Work closely with Marketing colleagues to develop/achieve audience development targets

• Work in collaboration with the Production and Box Office teams to ensure successful running of programmes

• Be in attendance and run events on a regular basis including some evenings

• Negotiate terms with partners and freelancers and ensure they work within the agreed parameters

• Directly supervise/oversee external freelance teachers, instructors and programme deliverers

• Develop local, national and international partnerships

• Manage budgets for activities and events, tracking actual income and expenditure and producing simple financial reports upon completion of events

• Utilise venue management and CRM systems effectively

• Report on programmes, monitoring and evaluating their impact

• Protect and enhance the reputation of JW3, representing the organisation in an appropriate and professional manner to stakeholders, acting as an advocate for the work of JW3. 

Person Specification:

Essential: 

• Experience of working in a similar position within the learning and/or adult education sectors

• Experience of planning, delivering and running programmes for adults, from inception through to delivery and evaluation

• Experience of delivering online/on demand learning events

• Understanding of Jewish history and culture and knowledge of the Jewish calendar, including relevant anniversaries that could translate into adult education themes

• Ability to navigate competing priorities and manage time-sensitive issues in a calm, professional manner

• Ability to interact confidently and build relationships with a wide range of partners and stakeholders at all levels.

• Highly organised with efficient management of time and responsibilities

• Strong attention to detail

• Proactive and solution-focused, with an ability to anticipate and resolve issues that arise

• High level of IT proficiency, with a willingness to learn effective use of new systems

• Willing and able to work flexibly to meet the needs of the team and organisation

• Friendly and approachable, with an ability work collaboratively and effectively with others

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Experience of supervising staff, freelancers and/or volunteers

Desirable:

• Experience or understanding of Jewish communal, cultural and educational organisations

• Active relationships with other educational and learning organisations 

For more information and to be personally recommended for the role, please contact yb@theworkavenue.org.uk

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