Programme Coordinator (Act for Change)
The Act for Change Fund is a £3.6 million partnership for organisations supporting young people working for change. The fund will provide resources for young people to challenge social injustice, find ways of overcoming inequality and give voice to issues they are experiencing.
Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF) is one of the largest independent grant-making organisations in the UK. PHF helps people overcome disadvantage and lack of opportunity, so that they can realise their potential and enjoy fulfilling and creative lives. We have a particular interest in supporting young people and a strong belief in the importance of the arts and social justice is the golden thread that links all our work.
We are recruiting a part- time Programme Coordinator for the Act for Change Fund. Working closely with senior staff at Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation you will join a small programme team delivering this new initiative. This is a new post and an exciting chance to coordinate the activities of the Act for Change Fund and support the smooth running of the programme.
This role offers the right candidate the opportunity to gain experience in supporting the delivery of a new grants programme, working alongside a variety of stakeholders and partners and with a variety of responsibilities. These range from providing administrative support for the grant programme, to servicing the grants panel, coordinating financial and project reporting and supporting the learning activity for the programme. The ideal candidate will be pro-active, highly organised, good at following tasks through to their completion, and have excellent communication skills. It is also important that you have experience of co-ordinating and administering a complex project or programme and working collaboratively within a small team.
The post is offered on a part time basis, flexible working patterns will be considered and hours are negotiable on appointment.
For more information about the role and how to apply please visit our website.
The deadline for applications is noon (12 pm) on Tuesday, 17 July 2018.
Interviews are likely to be held at Paul Hamlyn Foundation (London WC1X 9HY) on Tuesday, 24 of July.