Title : Programme Administrator
Reports to : Executive Director
Start Date : October 2019
Start Date : Role Details and Purpose
Role Details and Purpose
We are looking to appoint a Programme Administrator to work as part of the Programme team, which provides face-to-face and online professional training and resources to educators.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Programme Administrator will be responsible for the successful administrative management of programme activities.
maintaining the educator database; supporting key educator group activities and relationships; and managing our social media content.
Building the TeamWe are committed to a five-year strategy to drive growth and give as many schools and teachers as possible the tools and content to empower their students to become upstanding citizens whilst also excelling in their academic performance.
We will be creating new materials, resources and training content for the UK market, and need to be positioned organisationally to deliver on this essential work.
This administrative role will be key to the smooth running and success of our programme delivery.
Compensation and Benefits
In addition to meaningful and rewarding work, Facing History provides an excellent, competitive compensation and benefits package, including life assurance and income protection, employee assistance plan, group personal pension plan with a discretionary organisational contribution, and a friendly work environment.
Overview of Our Organisation
Facing History and Ourselves Ltd is a UK-based, education charity providing professional development and resources for educators.
Together with our US-based parent organisation and Facing History in Canada, we form an international collective of organisations united in our shared mission to use the lessons of history to inspire teachers and their students to build a world free from bigotry and hate.
PLEASE NOTE : the default application will ask if you are legally eligible to work in the US. Unfortunately, we can not change that at this time to reflect the UK.
However, you should answer it as if you were being asked if you are legally eligible to work in the UK. We apologise for any confusion.