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Programme Manager Vacancy

A new leadership development programme aimed at social and cultural leaders in Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire has been announced. Developed by Clore Social Leadership and a steering group of funders and local partners, the Hull Social Leadership Programme will start early 2018. 

To lead the delivery of the programme, Clore Social Leadership is recruiting a Programme Manager who will be based in the area. 

Salary – Circa £30,000 pro-rata for 15 hours a week.  Contract – Freelance. 12 months with scope for extension depending on project timeline.

Clore Social Leadership provides leadership development and training to social sector leaders. They are a small team of eight who pride themselves on being dynamic, agile and punching above their weight.

In 2018 CSL will pilot an exciting new leadership development programme in Hull and East Riding. The programme is being funded by the Big Lottery Fund, The Rank Foundation and Arts Council England and will build a cadre of social and cultural leaders to take on the challenges of the future.

To deliver this new initiative, CSL is looking for a freelance project manager to represent them in Hull and play a major role in delivering this year-long leadership programme. Working closely with the CSL team in London and the local steering group, the Hull Project Manager will act as a central point of contact for the programme and work across all aspects of its delivery. This is a 15 hours a week, part-time role with, ideally, a mid-late October start date.

They are looking for a confident and multi-skilled individual who has knowledge of and experience working with the VCSE and/or cultural sectors in Hull and ER.

Project management experience is a must and given the nature of this role, you will need to be comfortable working alone and directing your own work. Experience in leadership development or adult education would be a plus but is not essential.

In return, they offer the opportunity to lead on the development and delivery of a new model of leadership development that has the potential to be scaled and replicated nationwide.

Interviews will take place on the 27-28 September in Hull

Visit here for more information and to apply. 

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