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Programmes & Partnership Manager: Mid & North Wales

Politik & Menschenrechte
Dienstort Cardiff
Dienstverhältnis Vollzeit
Veröffentlicht am 02.07.2024


Programmes & Partnership Manager
Mid & North Wales/Hybrid – homebased with local travel across your patch. Some national travel will be required
Full time
Salary £27,000 – £35,000 per annum
Excellent benefits including 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, flexible and hybrid working, employee pension scheme, family friendly policies, Cycle to Work Scheme, Death in Service, and Employee Rewards and Assistance Programme

Are you an innovative and strategic relationship builder who can manage and oversee large programmes?

Charity People are pleased to be supporting a charity that brings people together in local communities to carry out valued and important voluntary work, with their search for a Programmes & Partnership Manager based in Mid & North Wales.

The charity started 15 years ago and is an ambitious movement that empowers, encourages, and engages people from all walks of life, from communities across the UK, to get involved and volunteer. For example, befriending or helping to improve outdoor spaces. Volunteers earn Credits as part of a reward and recognition which can be exchanged for a range of services and activities provided by our local and national partners.

In these challenging times, community support is more crucial than ever. The charity stands at the forefront having engaged with 40 commissioned programmes, collaborated with 1,500 charities, empowered over 15,000 volunteers, issued over 1 million Time Credits, cultivated 750+ business venues offering rewards, and pioneered the world’s first national Time Credit network.

Funded by the Welsh Government the Cymru programme builds Time Credit networks across Wales and empowers communities to support pathways to inclusion and volunteering. As the Programme and Partnership Manager, you will play a pivotal role in cultivating relationships and opportunities in Mid & North Wales.

Key responsibilities:

  • Management contracts, staff and resources: You will ensure all programmes are delivered within budget, and you will oversee contracts and reporting, producing convincing reports that show impact and delivery of KPIs.
  • Oversight of networks delivery and performance: You will oversee programme planning and network management. You’ll map out community groups, service and business partners and set up project activities and events, including training and workshops for network partners and key partner staff.
  • Stakeholder relationship management and reporting: You will develop and maintain positive relationships with key funders and stakeholders in the region. You will also oversee reporting on programmes and ensure evaluation data collection and dissemination.
  • Development and implementation of local strategic plans: You will oversee implementation of regional plans, including coordination of priorities and allocation of resource.
  • Profile raising and sustainability: You will speak at and attend events and meetings with potential funders and explore opportunities for growth/ You’ll also oversee contract renewal process including development of sustainability plans or new delivery models and contract signing.
  • Innovation, learning & development across the organisation: You will feed into innovation and development work through sharing learning and best practice across the organisation, and supporting development of systems and approaches.

The Programme and Partnership Manager will have proven experience in community development, stakeholder engagement and contract management. They will have a passion for heritage conservation and community development, and will be an inspiring leader, keen to develop their team. You will have strong communication skills, including presentations and report writing, and you will have experience facilitating workshops and training.

You will also have experience working with communities, public and voluntary sectors, the ability to influence others, and have experience designing and implementing new initiatives. Most importantly, the successful candidate will be proactive and passionate about communities and creating positive, lasting change, with an awareness of the voluntary sector and its opportunities and challenges.This role will require flexibility regarding working hours, including evenings and weekends when required. It also will involve significant regional travel, with some national travel and overnight stays. You’ll need the ability to travel independently. This role is subject to an Enhanced DBS child and adult barred list.

If you are creative and solution-focused, with the drive and energy to work within a growing, ambitious charity, we’d love to hear from you.

How to apply:

The application process is CV and Supporting Statement detailing why you would like to work for the charity and how you meet the criteria laid out in the Person Specification within the Job Description. Please visit Charity People’s website for details on how to receive the full recruitment pack or click apply to receive further details about the role. Please also complete the Equality and Diversity Form on the website. The closing date is 9am on 17th July with interviews held between 24th – 31st July.

As part of the charity’s commitment to Disability Confident, candidates who consider themselves to be disabled will also be given the opportunity to attend an interview if they meet the essential criteria for the role. By opting-in to this scheme, you are disclosing that you have a disability solely for the purpose of the interview guarantee and we will not assume nor infer that you wish to disclose or record your disability in any other way – including any reasonable adjustments you may need if you are employed.

This charity strongly believe in the benefits of having a diverse and inclusive workforce and encourage applications from all sectors of the community.

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