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Fellowship Officer

Closing date
1 Dec 2021

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Contract Type
Full Time
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NB: This is a full time, 12-month fixed term position.

About the role:

The Fellowship is a community, of almost 2,000 fellows (growing to 4,000 by 2025) that have completed one of the Frontline charity's programmes, or are social work-qualified staff members at Frontline. Your role will involve facilitating the community to create real and sustainable change for vulnerable children and families. You will be helping fellows to explore their individual potential and the collective potential of the community. You will also be creating opportunities for fellows to improve their social work practice and supporting them to implement their innovative ideas.

A little bit about you:

You will be in a team of five Fellowship officers, and you will be each be responsible for supporting one of five regions across England. The Fellowship officer supports fellows with network building, career development activities, innovation cultivation, and practice training.

Your experience and knowledge

Be committed to developing the Fellowship. Particularly in enabling fellows to support, facilitate and lead the movement in a way that results in impact
Collaborate with fellows through different mediums from your region every day
Understand and champion collaboration and the Fellowship within Frontline and externally (in local authorities, the social work sector and with fellows)
Analyse feedback, ideas, and data to best address the needs of fellows and connect the dots between projects, teams, and ideas
Practice Network and Advocacy and Policy Hub) in a timely manner - working collaboratively on 75% of the activity and leading on 25%

Characteristics and skills

Prepared to work in line with our values
Committed to creating a culture of freedom and responsibility
Committed to anti-discriminatory practice
Highly relational - able to build strong and productive working relationships quickly
Experience utilising data and outcomes to set objectives and design impact driven initiatives
Experience of, and passion for, drafting engaging communications materials and strategies Enthusiasm for, and commitment to developing innovation skills and leadership

You can find out more about this role in our job pack.

Our commitment:

We believe that diversity makes for a stronger team and want our organisation to better reflect the communities we serve. Therefore, we are actively seeking applicants from ethnic minority backgrounds for this role. We are also a disability confident employer and welcome applicants with disabilities. Please let us know how we can make the recruitment process more accessible for you by emailing our People team which is found on our current opportunities page.

We only accept applications through our non-biased recruitment website, Pinpoint.
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