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Growth and Development Worker

Posted 8 days ago

  • London, Greater London
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  • External
  • Expires In 3 months
Job Title:
Growth and Development Worker
Location:
London. Homebased/Remote - with regular travel across the UK for work.
Salary:
£27,250 gross per annum
Job type:
Full time, Permanent - 35hrs per week
Closing Date:
11th July 2024.
Interview:
A selection day will be held 26th July 2024 at our National Support Centre in London (travel expenses to the selection day will be paid subject to prior approval)
Are you looking for a new opportunity?
We are a vibrant and growing charity delivering life changing nautical adventure for young people through the Sea Cadets to give them the best possible head start in life. We also provide personal and professional development opportunities for seafarers with the charity. Working with our staff, cadets, and volunteers, we have built a vision and five-year strategy to take us forward and further improve the astounding contribution already made through our work to the lives of thousands of young people and seafarers, while fully supporting our volunteers who are vital to our success.
We are currently looking for a full time Growth and Development Worker to join our team. This new post can be based anywhere in the UK, homeworking is standard but regular travel to our Sea Cadet Units and events across your region and the wider country is required. This is a very varied and rewarding role that requires someone who is self-motivated, organised, creative, tenacious, positive, IT competent and with a real interest in people. You need to be able to coach, empower and inspire our volunteers and cadets, both in person and remotely, to grow the Sea Cadets.
Responsibilities:
Delivering a variety of training sessions on, for example, recruitment of cadets and volunteers
Developing new growth and recruitment tools and ideas
Promoting flexible volunteering and the volunteer strategy
Assisting with running our social media accounts
Working with and empowering our volunteers to develop plans for growth
Planning and setting up new provision in new and existing locations/units
Delivering assemblies in schools
Forming part of various working groups with colleagues to develop the tools, resources and processes needed to increase the positive impact of the Growth and Development team.
Supporting the delivery of funded outreach projects
Requirements:
Previous experience of working with volunteers
Experience delivering on multiple project plans simultaneously
Ability to build and maintain excellent relationships with a variety of stakeholders remotely and face-to-face
Experience delivering workshops and/or training
Self-motivated and able to manage your time and workload effectively
Flexible and enthusiastic
Able to work as a team player with creative ideas and solutions who will empower our volunteers to make a difference to the lives of even more young people across the UK
Benefits:
Flexible Working hours
Cycle to work scheme and Season Ticket Loan
25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, increasing after 2 years
Life assurance (4x salary) for those that join the pension
Private medical insurance
Pension (employer contribution up to 10%)
Wellbeing portal and EAP with 121 counselling
Employee development: We are investing in our employees' development and have an annual calendar of learning and development opportunities, designed to support employees to develop into their roles and stretch them to achieve their full potential.
National staff conference: All employees come together once a year to reflect on the past year and celebrate success at our offsite staff conference. This is a great opportunity to listen to employees' views, and for employees to network, share information and socialise.
Additional Information:
We positively encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates from all backgrounds. Equity, diversity, and inclusion really matters to us, so we can best serve our beneficiaries from every community. We work to ensure a fair and consistent recruitment process and aim to be a charity where diversity of experience, identity and skills are valued and welcomed. We are an equal opportunities employer.
All successful applicants are required to attend safeguarding training and undergo pre-employment checks including a criminal record check.
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Candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of; Growth Manager, Training Manager, Growth and Development Worker, Development Worker, Recruitment and Growth Worker, will be considered for this role.
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