Project Manager (Youth and Community Work)
4/5 days – negotiable & dependent on funding
£30,000 per year pro rata
The Young Westminster Foundation (YWF) is a local charity established to support young people growing up in Westminster to have healthy, safe and bright futures. The foundation is a cross-sector partnership, working with youth clubs, charities, schools, businesses and Westminster City Council. Together we shape opportunities and create the best services for children and young people in Westminster through supporting and sustaining the children and young people’s sector.
We are looking for a Project Manager with youth and community work experience and expertise to work with YWF member organisations.
The successful candidate will focus on overseeing project delivery of contracted projects by YWF member organisations, providing support for youth workers and coordinating youth engagement.
This role will suit someone with experience and knowledge of working and engaging with young people & diverse communities, and experience of overseeing and coordinating projects and training opportunities. This role can offer an opportunity for an experienced youth worker looking to expand their career and gain project management and strategic experience.
At YWF we offer an attractive package of benefits to our staff. This includes:
– Competitive pay package and pension scheme
– Annual leave – 28 days plus Christmas closure
– Enhanced maternity pay
– Sabbatical scheme
– Flexible working
– Cycle to work scheme
– Learning and development opportunities
Diversity & Inclusion
At Young Westminster Foundation we are committed to equality and diversity among our workforce, and eliminating discrimination. We aim to create a workforce that is as diverse and welcoming as the borough of Westminster itself; promoting positivity, and instilling a can-do attitude which is inclusive in design and delivery of services. We encourage candidates that are able to support the development and inclusivity of the communities of Westminster.
How to Apply:
Please apply by submitting your CV and a one page covering letter via CharityJob which outlines your specific interest and ability to successfully fill this role.