A fantastic opportunity to manage an educational project in South East London. Bell House Dulwich is a charity with a large Georgian house which promotes wider learning. The focus is on dyslexia support and running courses outside the main curriculum, including creative and community events.
This role is perfect for a proactive and personable person who wants to experience a broad range of aspects of the charity sector – from project delivery to fundraising and volunteer organising. The ideal applicant will be able work with a range of different people, have energy and is interested in helping those from all social backgrounds.
Volunteers are at the heart of Bell House, and are responsible for organising many of the projects that run at Bell House, and helping in key management roles. The manager holds a crucial position in Bell House overseeing these activities, ensuring that the charity continues to develop in the right direction.
- Organising the overall programme of educational courses and events
- Develop the strategy of the charity, alongside the management of the steering committee and trustees
- Working with key volunteers to implement this strategy, including:
- Community outreach
- Co-ordinating and ensuring the continual development of the volunteer team
- Organising the day to day running of the house – managing the diary and being the first point of contact for all enquires
Onsite accommodation is a possibility. Minimum duration is 6 months. The manager may need to work some evenings or weekends. Experience in leading and developing projects would be helpful but not essential – we recruit for attitude.
To apply please email your CV and Cover Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include in your cover letter a course or workshop that you would like to see run at Bell House - for ideas look at our website (Bellhouse.co.uk). We are interviewing on a rolling basis, so send in your applications as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you!