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Community Development Manager
To be eligible you must be a student in 19/20 at one of the following Universities:
Birmingham, Bournemouth, Brighton, Coventry, East London, London South Bank, York.
This is more than your usual part-time job. As a Community Development Manager you will attend work, commit to your role, and get paid for the work you do. But being a Community Development Manager is so much more than that.
You will be working within an agile start-up charity, driving engagement at your University. You will be part of a team of Community Development Managers working at Universities across England making a real difference by informing, educating, and safeguarding students at your university around digital resilience and gambling and gambling-related harms.
The post holder will play a key part of our strategy as a charity and you will use your creativity and drive to help us hit our targets at your University. You will work proactively, ensuring YGAM has a presence at your university with students and build relationships with the university, students’ union, and student groups. We are seeking individuals who have an outgoing and confident personality and are highly self-motivated, being able to show strong independent working skills. In return we provide an extensive list of benefits:
- Work flexible hours (up to 10 hours per week)
- Receive a real living wage
- Receive training and development that will enhance your graduate employability
- Be a vital part of the organisation that is making a real difference protecting young people
- Have direct access to professionals throughout the organisation with senior business and charity experience
Location: Work from your University campus with some work at home
Starting salary: £10.55 (London) £9 (UK) per hour
Line Manager: Head of Delivery (University and Student Engagement)
Closing date for applications: 9am Tuesday 27 August
Interviews: Interview days will take place in London, Midlands, and the North between Tuesday 3 September and Thursday 5 September
For candidates unable to attend in person Skype interviews will be arranged on Friday 30 August and Monday 2 September.
Start Date: An induction day will take place in London on Monday 9 September. Your expenses will be covered. You will begin in role during the freshers/induction/welcome week at your University.
Download the recruitment pack and then apply by submitting your CV and a cover letter that states your suitability for the role.