Community Partnership Coordinator


Community Partnership Coordinator

Nottingham Girls’ High School are seeking to appoint a dynamic, forward thinking individual with excellent administrative and project coordination skills to play a key role in our community outreach programme; Reach Out.

Reach Out is a community partnership and outreach initiative, committed to inspiring achievement in children and young people. Reach Out gives our Senior and Sixth Form girls the opportunity to take-up leadership roles as ambassadors for the School, working with children of various abilities.

As Community Partnership Coordinator, you will:

  • Continue to develop the Reach Out programme in line with the School’s strategic plan;
  • Increase and develop outreach and community provision;
  • Identify and facilitate initiatives that widen opportunities within the community;
  • Assist the Alumnae and Community Relations Manager with alumnae and development tasks as required.

The responsibilities above will include managing the Reach Out website, designing and delivering community activities, assisting with the administration and coordination of events and supporting the Marketing Team as and when required.

This role may be suited to a graduate with an interest in outreach and community.

In return, as part of the Girls’ Day School Trust, we can offer a range of benefits including professional development opportunities, pension schemes and life assurance, 50% school fees discount, as well as competitive terms and conditions of employment.

Contract: Temporary/Contract
Hours: Full Time
Region: Midlands
Location: Nottingham
Salary: GDST Grade 3 in the region of £20,000
Closing Date: January 22, 2018
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