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Job vacancy: NCS Coordinator

We have an exciting opportunity to work for Bristol City Robins Foundation as our NCS Co-Ordinator

Do you have?

  • Knowledge and understanding of managing the NCS programme. 

  • Experience of working with young people, particularly 15-17 year olds. 

  • An understanding of the issues faced by young people.

Bristol City Robins Foundation is a registered charity, which strives to make a positive difference for all through sport and learning. We recognise the positive impact we have on the community, but are continually looking to develop and expand our reach.

We require a full time NCS Co-Ordinator to lead the programme

 Your Main Responsibilities:

To develop and implement a project, recruitment and community engagement strategy to recruit and retain young people onto the NCS programme. 

  • Review recruitment data to monitor performance against overall targets and to identify and adjust approach where performance is under agreed targets. 

  • To develop and manage relationships with key stakeholders including EFL Trust, NCS Trust, schools, colleges, local authority and voluntary sector organisations. 

  • Meet regularly with appointed EFL Trust Performance Manager to review current performance across all aspects of the NCS programme 

  • To understand and manage performance against contractual KPIs 

  • Develop partnerships that support recruitment and delivery of the NCS programme
  • To line manage and support the NCS team, setting, reviewing and monitoring team and individual targets and objectives in line with those flowed down by the Managing Partner and/or Funding Organisation 

  • Manage the requirements of the contract and communicate these to the NCS staff team. 

  • Management of the programme expenditure and budgets 

  • Be responsible for the safeguarding of the young people, both participating and working on programme and be responsible for incident management 

You will have:

  •  An understanding of the issues faced by young people.
  • Proven project management experience. 

  • People management experience, in particular management of a multi-disciplined team in a youth work environment. 

  • Experience and/or knowledge of Secondary /Higher education sector 

  • Practical experience of managing information operating systems and the ability to interrogate data from a CRM system. 

  • A proven track record of managing relationships and partnerships and the ability to communicate with people at various levels. 

  • An understanding of safeguarding and health and safety in a youth work setting.
  • A proven ability to work to under pressure to tight deadlines. 

  • A commitment to supporting young people, and the principles of equality and diversity 

  • Self-motivated and the ability to work on own initiative. 

  • Excellent communication skills including written, telephone and interpersonal skills. 

  • Proven planning and organisation skills.

We will give you:

  • A holiday allowance of 25 days. 
  • Generous pension scheme.
  • Generous continuous personal development budget.
  • The opportunity to be part of an incredible journey.

Salary: Competitive (Depending on experience and qualifications)

This position is full time (37.5 hours per week) from September 2nd  2019, but candidates will be expected to put time into self-development immediately. Candidates must be willing to work occasional evenings and weekends. The successful candidate will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check.

To apply, please complete the attached application form and email to

Closing date for applications: Monday 5th August 2019 at 5pm.

Interviews will take place on Wednesday, 7th August 2019.

We would be looking for the successful candidate to start as soon as possible.

Safeguarding Statement:

Bristol City Robins Foundation are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to endorse this commitment.

Equality Statement:                                     

The successful candidate must ensure a positive commitment towards equality and diversity by treating others fairly and not committing any form of direct or indirect discrimination, victimisation or harassment of any description and to promote positive working relationships between all internal and external stakeholders.