Programme Coordinator, Manchester

Code Your Future
£20,000 - £24,999
26 Oct 2019
24 Nov 2019
Contract Type
Part Time
  • Act as the central point of contact for CYF Manchester for external parties, volunteers, students and other CYF programmes.
  • Act as the central point of contact for the city for CYF management.
  • Oversee accounting, expenses and funding with appropriate support from CYF management.
  • Organise the booking of venues, childcare and, where necessary, transport for class purposes.
  • Liaise with volunteers, students and CYF management to help develop the direction of CYF as an organisation and the activities of the city cohort.
  • Programme development and sustainability.
  • Develop partnerships with other organisations to help support the functioning of regular classes as well as to support training and employability for students/graduates.
  • Take an active role in student recruitment and contact suitable organisations to facilitate this.
  • Process student and volunteer applications for the course and arrange meet-ups when required.
  • Undertake communication by email and monitor the functioning of the central email account for city.

Essential Skills & Experience
  • Suitable candidates should be able to able to demonstrate the following attributes in their application and interview:
  • The ability to self-organise and manage a range of tasks required to fulfil the responsibilities of the role
  • Knowledge of social issues faced by refugees, asylum seekers and otherwise socio-economically disadvantaged people, especially in relation to access to education and employment
  • Knowledge or connection to local organisations that assist refugees, asylum seekers and otherwise socio-economically disadvantaged people
  • An understanding of the organisation and delivery of small scale projects
  • An ability to work across multi-disciplinary teams of volunteers in dispersed locations
  • Good office IT skills using Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Gmail and Calendaring applications
  • A working knowledge of social media platforms

Working Hours

This is a part-time role requiring 15-20 hours work per week, depending on requirement. This includes an expectation that some weekend working may be needed to support student & mentor needs during class sessions.


£24,000 pro-rata
We would like to have a 15-minute call with you in the upcoming days, please feel free to book the call here Prior to our call, I would appreciate if you could fill out this form by the 23rd of October. Finally, following this first step, you may be invited to our assessment day on the 30th of October in Manchester from 1pm until 6pm. This will be confirmed after the interview, but for now, I would appreciate if you could book that in your diary. Looking forward to hearing from you and again, thank you for your interest, Roberta

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