We have a fantastic opportunity for a Project Coordinator to join UK Youth, a leading national charity that empowers young people to take control of their lives and reach their potential.
We are looking for a positive, proactive and highly efficient Project Coordinator. Reporting into the Impact and Learning Manager you will be responsible for coordinating and administering the delivery of an exciting and ground-breaking impact assessment study of The Big Music Project.
The Big Music Project, a UK wide initiative aiming to help 14-24 year olds across the country build confidence and develop transferable skills to improve their employability and prospects in the music industry.
You will provide efficient coordination, administration, partnership development and management to ensure the smooth running of this study, including liaising with delivery partners and suppliers. You will work across the organisation, including programme delivery, training and events.
You will be creative, proactive and have initiative and ideas. You will be organised, driven, reliable and have a positive approach to your work. You will be able to work at a high level both within UK Youth and with our charity and corporate partners, have a flexible approach to work and a willingness to work irregular hours, and be prepared to travel away from home on occasion to meet operational needs. Above all, you will have an interest in changing young people’s lives for the better.
If you have the experience, energy and enthusiasm to help us ensure that every young person is a positive force for change in their own life, and the lives of others, we look forward to receiving your application.
Contract: 12 months fixed term
Salary: c£25,000 pa
Hours: 37.5 per week, Monday to Friday
Benefits: Generous leave entitlement, pension & life insurance
To apply for this position please send an up to date CV together with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing Date 14 September 2016
Download the job description for full details of the role and person specification. You are also invited to complete and return the diversity monitoring form. The information on the form will be treated as confidential, and used for statistical purposes. The form will not be treated as part of the application.