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School Liaison Manager

  • £30000 - £40000 per annum
  • London
  • Posted: 30/07/2020
  • Contract
  • Job Ref: 300720

Job Details

Are you a School Liaison Manager with strong organisational and project management skills looking to work for a charity?

We are working closely with an independent grant-making charity which ensures that children from all backgrounds can fulfil their potential and make the most of their talents is looking to recruit a School Liaison Manager on a 12 month fixed term contract. This could be extended but it will depends on funding.

The salary is £30,000 to £40,000 (dependent on relevant experience). The role will be working remotely until the staff return to the office. The offices are based in Westminster, Central London. 

The charity offers grants to a wide range of organisations (schools, local authorities, universities and charities) to test new ways of improving the educational performance of 3-18 year olds; develop their essential life skills; and prepare them for the world of work and further study. All of the charities projects are set up and run as rigorous trials, allowing us to build our understanding of what works in improving outcomes for children and young people. Ensuring this growing evidence base is put to good use and has real impact in nurseries, schools, colleges and other settings is a major priority for the charity over the next five years.

 Responsibilities: School Liaison Managers are the key point of liaison between the schools and the National Tutoring Programme which is a government funded initiative. You will be reviewing, monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of the schools liaison delivery and engaging with school seniors ensuring the aims and requirements of the programme are communicated consistently and clearly.

Essential skills and criteria include:

  • Strong organisational and project management skills
  • Experience of working in an education or training context
  • Experience representing a brand/organisation in an outward facing role
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with an ability to communicate findings from research effectively to a wide variety of audiences, including academic and non-academic audiences
  • A track record of commissioning, reviewing and producing high-quality publications
  • Develop and cultivate effective relationships/partnerships with a range of stakeholders at all levels, based on trust and mutual respect
  • An ability to work under-pressure
  • Work flexibly and proactively and successfully bridge across team boundaries
  • Work on own initiative while being a pro-active team player