Holiday Activity Coordinator

Expiring today

Location
various locations across the City of Wolverhampton
Salary
£37,568 - £42,614
Posted
15 Jun 2022
Closes
29 Jun 2022
Job Ref
WLV000004268
Job Type
Commissioning
Contract Type
Full time permanent
Working Pattern
See advert details
Hours
Full-Time

Holiday Activity Coordinator

£37,568 - £42,614

We are seeking to appoint enthusiastic and dedicated holiday activity coordinator to oversee the Holiday Activities Programme.  This involves coordinating the DfE Holiday and Food Programme and the broader leisure offer for Children and young people.

The post holder will

  • Develop and implement the children and young people leisure offer
  • Coordinate the DfE Holiday and activity programme with responsibility of ensuring all submissions to DfE
  • Manage the Youth Opportunities website and marketing of the offer.
  • Manage the Holiday Activities Team

Key areas of work include operational management of the holiday activities programme including grant processing, market development and quality assurance. 

The successful candidate will be organised and able to communicate to a range of stake holders.  You must have excellent oral and written communication skills. 

  • Be emotionally resilient.
  • Strong track record in project management
  • Strong track record in managing funding and awarding grants/ contracts.
  • Be able to work within a multi-agency environment. 
  • An enthusiasm improving services for children, young people and families.


For more information please contact;

Kush Patel, Childrens Innovation Lead on 01902 550354/ 07773 193919

Kush.patel@wolverhampton.gov.uk

The interview process will consist of a presentation followed by an interview.

This post is subject to a DBS check.

You will be notified on the outcome of your application form as soon as possible after the closing date.

The City of Wolverhampton Council are committed to representing Wolverhampton’s diverse community and therefore strongly encourage applications from all applicants meeting the essential criteria. The Council operates a guaranteed interview policy for disabled candidates, those who have previously been under our care and are over the age of 25 and veterans who have served in the military, where it is evidenced that the essential criteria of the post are met.

Our application system is anonymous, this means recruitment interview panel members will not receive details of your name or date of birth unless you are invited to attend an interview. We are not able to hide personal information from any attachments that you upload so we request that you remove your name, date of birth and any personal information from any supporting documentation. The shortlisting panel will receive your candidate pack in full (including any attachments) showing your candidate number. If you are invited to attend an interview, panel members will be provided with your name.

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