upReach is recruiting for our unique Future Charity Leaders Programme (FCLP). This opportunity would suit individuals who have a passion for social mobility and are looking to gain exposure to various aspects of charity management while working with young people who are exploring their career options. We would welcome applications from those with experience in the corporate world who are looking for a career change or recent graduates.
upReach's Future Charity Leaders Programme is a unique 2.5 year programme combining delivery work supporting our Associates (4 days per week), with exposure to key aspects of charity management (1 day per week).
Programme Coordinators work directly with students, partner employers and universities to deliver our core programmes of support across all career sectors.
Role: Programme Coordinator, FCLP
Hours: 40 hours per week, 9am - 6pm
Start date: ASAP
Salary: £24,000 (including £1000 London weighting)
Deadline: 9am on the 18th January 2021
Early applications are encouraged, and we may interview and appoint before the deadline.
About the Role & The Programme
upReach's Future Charity Leaders Programme (FCLP) is a 2.5 year programme combining delivery work supporting our Associates (4 days per week) with exposure to a range of aspects of charity management (1 day per week). The programme is designed either for high-calibre graduates from any university, academic subject and background, or for those with experience in the corporate world who are looking for a career change and experience in the charity sector.
Branding, Design & Marketing
Development Events & Projects
Finance & Operations
Fundraising & Development
HR & Governance
Safeguarding & Associate Welfare
Impact Measurement & Reporting
Social Media & Communication
Tech Project Management
In addition to the charity management rotations, an FCLP Programme Coordinator will be responsible for delivering personalised employment-focused support to a cohort of approximately 80 Associates, helping transform their lives by giving them the necessary skills to secure a top job. During a typical week, you should expect to be working with undergraduates and supporting the charity in a key area of its operations.
Core delivery responsibilities for an FCLP Programme Coordinator will include:
Building and maintaining strong relationships with Associates, supporting them to achieve their career goals
Developing and delivering professional development-focused support
Individual and small group work with Associates
Supporting Associates when applying to undergraduate positions and graduate jobs
Developing sector and/or employability skill knowledge while building resources to support all Associates
Developing and maintaining strong relationships with university and employer partners
Planning and delivering events and workshops with partners.
For more information on the person specification and how to apply, please see our job description.