Housing Association Youth Network VAYP Project Manager
Salary: £41,500 to £45,911 per annum
Hours: 36 per week
Contract Type: Secondment/Fixed Term Contract ending April 2022
Are you looking for an opportunity to really make a difference in people's lives?
We're recruiting for a Housing Association Youth Network Violence Affecting Young People Project Manager to join our Community Investment team at Clarion Futures.
The role will be responsible for leading the set-up of a collective impact model to reduce violence that affects young people and communities focussing on 7 priority London Boroughs in partnership with the HAYN VAYP steering group and the Violence Reduction Unit.
Some of the key duties will include:-
- Working closely with the Housing Association Youth Network and the Violence Reduction Unit to better understand data and evidence in relation to the 7 London Boroughs
- Building a clear evidence base of current provision in line with local priorities
- Building relationships with key stakeholders in each borough to secure support
- Defining clear strategic goals that inform new local delivery models
- Completing a comprehensive plan endorsed by key stakeholders
- Developing governance and frameworks
The successful candidate will come to us with experience and expertise in relation to violence that affects young people and communities.
You'll have a proven track record of positive stakeholder engagement and relationship as well as experience of identifying needs and coordinating resource and delivery in hyper-local areas. Excellent organisational and project management skills are also essential for the role.
If you have proven experience and expertise in relation to violence that affects young people and communities, we look forward to hearing from you!
Closing Date: 15th March at midnight
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This post is subject to Enhanced Criminal Record Check Clearance.
Clarion Futures is the charitable foundation of Clarion Housing Group. Our mission is to provide support, skills and opportunities to Clarion residents nationwide, transforming lives and communities.
We exist to maximise the opportunities available to our residents, providing people with the tools and support they need to overcome their challenges, from employment and financial support, through to youth and community programmes.
Diversity and Inclusion
We want Clarion to be a workplace where everyone feels valued, can be themselves and know they can reach their full potential. We embrace and celebrate our differences through various initiatives and support colleagues through a number of staff networks.
We're committed to building a strong, diverse workforce and making Clarion an inclusive place to work.