Mentoring Manager

  • Full Time Job
  • London
  • Applications have closed
  • Full Time Job
  • London
  • Applications have closed.

Website Arts Emergency

Mentoring Manager (South)
The Mentoring Manager will be at the heart of our mentoring project. You will be responsible for leading a team that supports mentor pairs, helping them to achieve exciting outcomes for young people.

Full-time permanent position, £30,000 per annum.

This is a full-time position, 35 hours per week, Monday-Friday. Some evening and weekend work may be required for which time off in lieu will be organised.

This role will be a mixture of remote working and office based (London) as agreed with the successful candidate.

Download Mentoring Manager (South) Job Pack

Download Application Part 1

Download Application Part 2

Complete our Equality & Diversity Monitoring Survey*

How to apply

Please complete both parts of the application, then rename the files (by right clicking in file explorer or finder) to: “AEMMSE1_FILENAME_YOURINITIALSDATE” e.g. AEMMSE1_Application Part 1_AA01112021. Then send both parts of the application to jobs@arts-emergency.org by 12pm on 1 December 2021 with AEMMSE1 in the subject line, and complete the Equality and Diversity Monitoring Survey*.

If you are uploading Part 1 as audio, please name the file according to the guide above. To transfer the audio, upload to wetransfer.com and use the ‘get transfer link’ option, then copy and paste the generated link into your email with AEMMSE1 in the subject line, send the email to jobs@arts-emergency.org by 11:59pm on 1 December 2021, and complete the Equality and Diversity Monitoring Survey*.

In Part 1 of the application we will ask if you are eligible and wish to apply under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme. All applicants applying under the scheme will be invited to interview if they show they meet the criteria for the role in their responses to Part 1.

If you have any questions about the role or the application process please contact carys@arts-emergency.org

*The survey is anonymous and not linked in any way to your application. Any information you provide will be used by Arts Emergency to monitor the demographics of candidates applying for roles and make improvements in line with our diversity and inclusion ambitions. This data will be treated in accordance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

 

We are committed to being a welcoming and inclusive organisation.

We promote pay transparency and we pledge to always disclose the salary when we advertise new roles. We are an accredited Living Wage employer.

We particularly welcome applications from disabled people, Black, Asian or minoritised ethnic candidates.

We are committed to the employment and development of disabled people. We guarantee to interview anyone with a disability whose application meets the essential criteria for a post. To be invited to interview/assessment, you must show in your application that you meet the essential criteria for the role. If you tell us that you have a disability we can make reasonable adjustments at interview, and, if you join us, to your work arrangements.

We are not able to provide feedback to everyone who sends in their application but we will inform you if you have not been successful.

All appointments will be subject to references and an enhanced DBS check.

If you have any questions about a role or working at Arts Emergency please email carys@arts-emergency.org with the job reference number in the subject line.

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