We are currently recruiting:
- Assistant Regional Development Coordinator (Internship)
- Learning and Development Manager
If you are interested in becoming a StreetDoctors volunteer trainer find out more here.
Assistant Regional Development Coordinator (Internship)
- 1 year, full-time role, starting by 27th March 2023
- Annual Salary: up to £23,540
- Based in London
- Deadline to apply: Friday 3rd February
StreetDoctors is thrilled to be recruiting an inspiring young person to be an Assistant Regional Development Coordinator (Internship) supported by the Jack Petchey Foundation.
StreetDoctors is an award-winning national charity which trains over 4,500 young people affected by street violence each year in emergency first aid through a team of 400 healthcare volunteers. We empower young people with the skills to become part of the solution to violence by developing the skills and confidence to save lives, and increasing their understanding of the medical and psychological consequences of violence.
This paid Internship is supported by the Jack Petchey Internship Programme which is designed for young people who are leaving further or higher education and starting out in the youth/charity sector.
As the StreetDoctors Assistant Regional Development Coordinator for London you will be supporting the coordination of the organisation’s operations. The key areas of focus include:
- Relationship Management – creating and developing partnerships with a range of organisations including, youth, sports and community organisations, criminal justice and education providers.
- Peer Education and Volunteer Support – delivering our training to young people affected by violence, alongside our volunteers. Also providing support to our volunteers, ensuring the quantity and quality of training sessions and projects meet the required targets, and new opportunities are developed.
We are looking for a young person with an understanding of the causes of street violence affecting young people, and its solutions, as well as lived experience of its context.
The post holder will be required to take full part in the Jack Petchey Internship Development Programme and the mentoring programme. Find more information about the Jack Petchey Internship programme here.
How to apply
Read the Job Description and Person Specification to see what the role involves and if it is suitable for you:
Send your CV and a short cover letter (no more than 2 pages telling us why you want the role and how you meet the person specification) to email@example.com by Midnight on Friday 3rd February.
If you have any questions about the role or application process, please email Katie Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learning and Development Manager
- Full-time, permenant role
- Hybrid working (with travel to London once a month)
- Salary: £35,000
- Deadline to apply: 12th February
StreetDoctors is an award- winning national charity that trains over 4,500 young people affected by street violence through a team of 400 healthcare volunteers. We empower young people to become part of the solution to violence by developing the skills and confidence to save lives and by increasing their understanding of the medical and psychological consequences of violence.
StreetDoctors is committed to ensuring that we are a welcoming, inclusive and diverse team that benefits from a broad spectrum of experiences and backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from candidates from a diverse range of backgrounds and with experience of living with the contextual drivers of violence affecting young people.
About the role
We are looking for an experienced Learning and Development Manager to lead on the management of all aspects of the StreetDoctors learning, development and quality standards for our training, and to ensure programmes are fit for the future.
As the StreetDoctors lead for learning and development you will manage and innovate the organisation’s training and key national projects. You will also ensure learning outcomes are core to the organisation’s focus to meet the needs of the young people we work with, our delivery partners and our healthcare volunteers who deliver our training.
The key areas of focus include:
- Designing, developing, delivering and evaluating our training programs and projects in line with our strategic plan and KPI’s.
- The development and training of an engaged volunteer delivery team and ensuring the volunteering journey provides the best volunteering experience possible.
- Ensuring the quantity and quality of our training sessions and projects meet the required targets and new opportunities are maximised.
How to apply
Read the full job description and person specification:
Send a copy of your CV and a covering letter (no more than 2 pages) to email@example.com by 11.59pm on 12th February 2023
If you have any questions about the role or application process, or need any reasonable adjustments, please email Katie Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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