Programme Officer (Anti-Bullying)

The Diana Award

Employment Type Full time Initial 6 month contract (renewal subject to funding)
Location Hybrid · London, City of, UK London (Office based contract with flexibility to work from home)
Salary £28,175 (GBP)
Team Programmes (ABA)
Seniority Mid-level
  • Closing: 9:00am, 29th May 2024 BST

Job Description

The Programme Officer will support the Programme Coordinator to deliver ongoing support for schools as part of the Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme. The post-holder will be responsible for delivering support and engagement opportunities to hundreds of schools each year.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is passionate about engaging with schools, thinks creatively and has excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Job Description

PROGRAMME DELIVERY

  • Programme Delivery: Plan and deliver activities, opportunities and events for young people in line with programme objectives, processes and guidance.

  • Programme Content: support and contribute to the development/review of programme content, resources and communications such as newsletters.

  • Impact and evaluation: Support the collection of monitoring and evaluation data, facilitating evaluation activities within training sessions and events as required; contribute to ongoing processes of programme learning and review as a member of the delivery team.

  • EDI: Work with the Programme Manager to ensure that Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion are embedded in the process of programme development and curriculum design, including learning styles and accessibility.   

  • Youth engagement and insight: Collect and process feedback from schools and young people

  • Safeguarding: Uphold safeguarding and child protection policy and procedure throughout, including reporting safeguarding concerns and disclosures to DSL and uploading to MyConcern.

PROGRAMME ADMINISTRATION

  • Stakeholder engagement: Manage day to day relationships with programme participants and external organisations/individuals supporting delivery, including managing the main anti-bullying inbox

  • Finance: Ensure personal or participants' expenses are submitted on time and in line with expense policies and TDA financial procedures

PERSON SPECIFICATION

SKILLS

• Excellent IT skills, confident in the use of Microsoft Office (especially Outlook, Word and Excel) 

• Excellent customer support skills and telephone manner

• Ability to write for different audiences

• Ability to work independently and effectively as part of a team

• Excellent organisation skills and ability to learn quickly

• Excellent time management and attention to detail

• Able to maintain confidentiality and to share information appropriately and professionally

• Problem solving skills and ability to trouble-shoot quickly

• Commitment to and ability to inspire commitment to The Diana Award’s vision, values and mission

EXPERIENCE / KNOWLEDGE_

• Experience of providing administrative support within a busy and high performing team

• Demonstrable experience of organising and prioritising a demanding workload to meet deadlines

• Experience of working effectively within a team and the ability to build good working relationships with others  

• Experience of working with a customer relationship management tool, preferably Salesforce (desirable)

• Experience working with schools in an administrative function (desirable)

• Commitment to and ability to inspire commitment to The Diana Award’s vision, values and mission 

• A commitment to follow The Diana Award’s Safeguarding Policy and processes at all times

This is role is a fixed-term contract to the end of 2024, and will be contractually based from our London office.

The successful candidate must have the right to work in the UK.

OUR ORGANISATION

The Diana Award is committed to anti-racism, social justice and building and developing a workforce which reflects the diversity of the young people we support. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer that values and respects the people who work for us. We seek to ensure all job applications are treated fairly, with respect and without bias.

We positively encourage applications from suitably experienced candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

OUR CULTURE

We know that change is a team effort, and work hard to make sure every member of staff is inspired, nurtured and supported.

Every staff member has their own personal training and development budget, ability to work flexibly around core hours, access to our employee assistance programme 24/7, wellbeing initiatives, equipment to support you both at home and in an office environment (if applicable), opportunities to connect, collaborate and celebrate with colleagues both in person and online, and much more.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all. This is a responsibility that is shared by all members of staff the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS or equivalent police check.

APPLICATION DETAILS

Application deadline: Wednesday 29th May 2024 at 09.00am. Shortlisted candidates will be invite to an interview during the week of Monday 3rd June 2024 in our London Office.

Please reach out to people@diana-award.org.uk if you require any support with the application process or have questions about the role or the process.

Good luck with your application! 

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