The Service Delivery & Development Co-ordinator will be responsible for co-ordinating and managing all aspects of the development and delivery of Our Generation commitments. Our Generation is a Project which is supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).
The Our Generation Project brings together the expertise of 7 Partner organisations for the delivery of a project that seeks to:
Improve good relations in communities which have been impacted negatively by conflict through the development and delivery of youth and children’s programmes focused on mental wellbeing and resilience.
Ensure quality assurance of the delivery mechanisms, and develop mental health and resilience guidelines for youth focused organisations.
Liaising directly with the accountable body (Action Mental Health) and project partners, the post holder will line manage a team of Play Participation Officers and Administrator working across Northern Ireland and the ROI as required to deliver a play programme (Spaces to Be) as part of the overall Our Generation project.
This role will be based at PlayBoard Head Office, 7 Crescent Gardens, Belfast.
The successful applicant will have:
Have attained a degree relevant to the post, OR have 4 years full-time continuous employment experience developing and managing children & young people projects.
Minimum of 2 years’ full time experience providing staff line management which also involves providing support and supervision responsibility.
- Experience of planning, implementing and monitoring structured face to face delivery programmes.Experience of Writing overarching programme evaluation reports focused on demonstrating impact.
Demonstrate your Knowledge and understanding of the importance of Play for Children and Young People.
Have excellent motivational leadership and management skills that inspire staff to work effectively, both individually and as a team.
Benefits working for PlayBoard:
Excellent pension package with Standard Life
Occupational sick pay subject to service
24 days’ holiday per year plus 11 bank holidays
Committed management team giving continuous support.