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Clapham, Greater London, England
Contract (Full time)
Position Title -Education Administrator
Position Type -Contract 11-12 months (maternity cover), hours per week (3 days or equivalent across the week)
Location -Clapham, London / Homeworking
Salary and benefits -£21,200 FTE. Additional benefits include 10% non-contributory pension, pro rata equivalent to full-time allowance of 36 days holiday (including bank holidays and 3 further days between Christmas and New Year). Flexible annual leave available. Flexible working hours policy (with company core office hours).
The Money Charity is the national financial capability charity which helps people across the UK stay on top of their money to help them live happier and more positive lives as a result. Four in ten of us can’t manage our money. 16 million working age people have less than £300 in savings, and eight million of us are in serious debt 1 . Would you like to join us to help change the current situation and empower people to make the most of their money and use it to help them get what they want out of life?
Each year, we reach around 20,000 young people through the delivery of our Money Workshops in schools, colleges, universities and the community across the UK. Workshops are delivered by both freelance consultants and volunteers from our partner organisations. The workshops are interactive, engaging and relevant, and cover topics including budgeting, saving, borrowing, insurance, uni money and much more. Young People love having the chance to talk about money, ask questions, and think about what they are going to do with theirs!
We are looking to recruit a member of staff to carry out the day to day administrative management of our Money workshops for young people, and also deliver some workshops themselves. The applicant will play a pivotal role in ensuring The Money Charity’s financial education work is carried out efficiently to the best standards and the role will provide a varied and interesting opportunity for development.
The applicant should have excellent interpersonal skills and be confident in developing relationships with a range of stakeholders. They should have enthusiasm for helping young people meet their potential as well as the charity’s aims and objectives. The applicant must be able to work under pressure, deliver tasks to an agreed timescale and have the ability to manage own workload, as well as working as part of a team. They should also have good IT skills, and be comfortable using Excel and manipulating data.
This role will provide an excellent opportunity for the applicant to play a pivotal part in managing the delivery of workshops with a wide and national reach, whilst having the opportunity to input in developing this area of the charity’s work.
- Responsible for coordinating the charity’s financial education workshops;
- Managing relationships with relevant stakeholders and partners - including, but not limited to our team of workshop consultants, teachers, volunteers and clients;
- Booking and coordinating workshops, which will include liaising with schools/youth organisations, consultants and volunteers on requirements;
- Managing databases and compiling MI and evaluation information and reports as necessary;
- The potential opportunity to deliver engaging and interactive workshops to young people in schools, colleges, universities and other community settings, dependent on experience;
- Updating and designing workshop content and resources;
- Promoting and marketing workshops, Teacher Resource Packs and the Student Money Manual to schools and other relevant organisations;
- Organising consultant observations and training;
- Assisting with consultancy work;
- Working towards the charity's strategic aims;
- Representing The Money Charity at events and meetings as necessary;
- Staying informed of new research and policy in the area of financial education and highlighting key developments to other staff members when relevant;
- Taking responsibility for other relevant pieces of work as appropriate;
- Participating in the corporate life of The Money Charity;
- Taking initiative to help the charity expand and develop this area of work.
- Excellent interpersonal, communications and relationship management skills;
- Ability to work with MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint;
- Excellent organisational skills - able to manage their own workload effectively and work under pressure;
- Able to be self-motivated and take initiative to deliver tasks;
- A flexible approach to work - able to respond to additional requirements which may be required;
- Ability to work with a team;
- A positive and credible attitude to money/financial capability;
- A willingness to learn and develop in the role;
- A willingness to travel when necessary.
- Experience in working with young people/students in a similar way;
- A good understanding of issues relating to finance/money management;
- Good presentational skills and an ability to present in a confident and creative manner;
- Passionate about the cause; keen to work with people and empower them to be financially capable;
Closing date -
Sunday 10th October. We are looking for candidates to start in November.
Application details -
To apply for the role, please submit a CV and covering letter (no more than 2 A4 sides) explaining how you are suitable for this role (this should include how you meet the essential & desirable requirements and why you want the role) via Reed.
Due to the high number of expected applicants we will not be able to contact those who we do not shortlist.