The Manchester Programme Manager, reporting to the Programme Director, is responsible for setting up a new Snow-Camp Manchester programme. This includes making new partnerships with a range of youth organisations, along with delivering and developing the full Snow-Camp journey of programmes to run out of Chill Factore.
The programmes involve a range of snowsports and life-skills focused youth activities run by Snow-Camp throughout the year, taking a young person (aged 13-21) from a beginner skier or snowboarder right through to a qualified Snowsport England Level 1 instructor.
Experience of working successfully with disadvantaged young people in a range of settings will be essential to the post. Furthermore experience within a snowsports field and passion for supporting young people generally will be a huge advantage!
Project management skills, logistical skills, managing relationships, communication and presentation skills, experience of delivering life-skills or similar courses to motivate young people, excellent IT skills – these will all make up the job.
This is a key post requiring at least 2 years’ experience involving the above skills, together with proven project management and budgeting experience.
Application closing date is midday on Monday 11th December 2017.
Interviews will be on Thursday 14th December at Chill Factore.
Snow-Camp is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All posts are subject to pre-employment checks, references will be sought and successful candidates will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check.