Chartered Manager Degree Apprentice (Social Change)

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Recruiter
NCVO
Location
8, Regents Wharf, All Saints Street, London, N1 9RL
Salary
£19,201.00 annually
Posted
29 Apr 2019
Closes
30 May 2019
Ref
VAC001528345
Sector
Unspecified
Role Type
Apprenticeship, Degree
Start Date
September
Duration
Permanent
Through a rotation of placements within 8 teams across NCVO, you will benefit from broader organisation-wide learning including:
  • Understanding stakeholder management, accountability and reporting, voluntary sector management and leadership
  • Attending conferences and events e.g. Annual Conference, Members Assembly, Trustee conference, Parliamentary reception, Volunteers Week
  • Attending meetings and committees e.g. Trustee Board, Audit & Risk Committee, NCVO trading board

The post holder will have:
  • A dedicated line manager within each team placement
  • Support from the HR manager, who will act as programme manager for the four-year apprenticeship scheme, and who is the key contact for Queen Mary University of London.
  • A mentor for the duration of the apprenticeship

Your apprenticeship will benefit from a rotating placement across different teams, below is summary of your learning and development.
Sept 2019 Membership & Enterprise team:
  • Understanding a membership org, building relationships with members
  • Training delivery and conf / key events
  • Charities and working with business / income generation
  • Comprehensive understanding of the practical support needed by the sector

Mar 2020 Marketing team:
  • Audience understanding and segmentation
  • Marketing planning and campaign delivery
  • Channel management (email and social media) and content delivery

Sept 2020 Policy and public services team:
  • Understanding policy and public services in the voluntary sector
  • Charities and their relationship with govt and regulators
  • Governance and ethical principles

Mar 2021 Communications team:
  • Charities and relationship with media
  • Charities and public trust
  • Work on press releases and related communications

Sept 2021 Research team:
  • Understanding voluntary sector research and how it is used and communicated
  • Introduction to qualitative and quantitative research methods
  • Support work on Almanac and Foresight research

Mar 2022 Volunteering development team:
  • Understand the key elements of volunteer management and provide guidance to NCVO members
  • Carry out research on emerging areas of volunteering development policy and practice
  • Support the delivery of volunteering campaign work

Sept 2022 Digital and Data team:
  • Understanding what members need and how digital can provide resources
  • User journey - how our members experience NCVO via our digital tools

Mar 2023 Consultancy evaluation team:
  • Understanding theory of change
  • How charities undertake and use impact measurement and evaluation

In addition to the above, you will benefit from broader organisation-wide learning, including:
  • Speaking TO and meeting NCVO members
  • Understanding stakeholder management, accountability and reporting, voluntary sector management and leadership
  • Attending conferences and events e.g. Annual Conference, Members Assembly, Trustee conference, Parliamentary reception, Volunteers Week
  • Attending meetings and committees e.g. Trustee Board, Audit & Risk Committee, NCVO trading board


Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

  • Organising, managing and prioritising own work
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Good IT skills: web/social media; MS Office
  • Good numeracy skills
  • Working under own initiative


Personal qualities

  • Interest in and some understanding of the voluntary sector and / or volunteering
  • Ability to learn quickly and apply this knowledge effectively
  • Ability to manage multiple, complex and sometimes conflicting priorities
  • Respect for Equal Opportunities, Diversity and Dignity at Work, General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), Health & Safety at Work and Confidentiality


Desired qualifications

To be eligible to apply, you'll have one of the following qualifications:
  • A-levels, excluding General Studies Critical thinking, at grades AAA
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) 36 points overall, including 6,6,6 from three Higher Level subjects. This must include a minimum of 4 in Standard Level Mathematics
  • BTEC (RQF) at grades D*DD.All BTEC subjects are considered. Please contact the Business and Management Admissions team at Queen Mary University of London for details of specific unit requirements.
  • Access to HE (we consider applications from students with the Access to Higher Education Diploma on a case-by-case basis).
  • Those with considerable relevant work experience may be considered on a case-by-case basis where the above academic requirements are not quite met.

and GCSE (or equivalent) English and mathematics at grade Cor 4or above.

Please ensure that all qualifications achieved or pending are listed on the application form with each qualification's full name, date, grade or predicted grade.

Future prospects

We will encourage, support and empower you to achieve your potential and to shape your work and career.

Things to consider

If you tell us you are disabled (according to the Equality Act 2010) and your application meets the minimum criteria for each specification listed in the job description, we will interview you for the role. We will make reasonable adjustments during each recruitment stage to ensure it is inclusive and works for you.

Interviews will take place during the week commencing 10 or 17 June 2019 with flexibility for exam dates.

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