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Programmes Manager

Salary: £37,500-£40,500 p/a
Location: Hybrid (min. 1 day per week in Holborn office)
Hours: Full time
Contract: 1 year FTC (with strong possibility of extension)

See recruitment pack here

We are recruiting a Programmes Manager to work across projects in our Sector Support programme. Working closely with the Head of Sector Support and Grants, they will manage relationships with beneficiaries and partners, coordinating monitoring and evaluation, and ongoing development of grants programmes. We strive to operate in alignment with IVAR’s Open and Trusting Grant-making commitments.

This is an opportunity for you to use your excellent project management skills to build relationships with delivery partners; organisations who work on the front-line of social welfare legal advice. Working in an energetic, friendly and busy team, you will be able to make a significant and positive contribution from the start. We are a small organisation making huge strides in our mission for making access to justice available to more people in need.

 

About you

We are looking for a proactive and motivated person – an enthusiastic Programmes Manager who can help deliver an ambitious sector support and grants programme in support of a vital cause. 

A clear communicator, you will have a passion for social justice and enjoy engaging and working constructively with a wide range of external agencies, partners, and community groups to achieve positive outcomes.

Utilising your strong organisational skills to develop and manage projects, you will relish the opportunity to work within the small LLST team to help develop practical and strategic support offers for free legal advice agencies.

 

 

How to apply:

To apply for this role, click the ‘quick apply’ button on Charity Jobs to submit a copy of your CV with a covering letter of no more than two pages of A4, describing how you meet the requirements of the role and the criteria outlined in the person specification. Please read the Recruitment Pack for full details before applying.

For a confidential, informal discussion about the role, please contact Rosa Coleman at [email protected].

Recruitment timeline:

Closing date: 9am, Monday 15 July 2024
Interviews: Week commencing 22 July 2024

The successful appointment is subject to satisfactory written references.