WE ARE SEEKING A DYNAMIC AND CREATIVE MANAGER TO LEAD OUR PROJECTS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN ALTERNATIVE, OUT OF SCHOOL AND SPECIALIST SETTINGS.
About us: Tender is an arts charity working with children and young people to prevent domestic abuse and sexual violence through creative projects. Since 2003, Tender’s work has grown and diversified from a single workshop programme delivered to schools, into a broader range of programmes reaching both children and young people and professionals with a safeguarding responsibility such as teachers, youth workers, social care workers and foster carers. Tender’s programmes include Healthy Relationships projects delivered across England, projects delivered using online resources and technology, specialist projects for vulnerable children and young people, whole school and whole setting approaches, and training for professionals with safeguarding responsibility and in workplaces.
About the role: While most of Tender’s programmes use a prevention model to work with all young people, a significant proportion of our work is focused on engaging with young people who may be particularly vulnerable to experiences of domestic and sexual violence. This includes children with special educational needs, those identifying as LGBTQ+, those who are asylum seekers or refugees and those who are care experienced or care leavers. Tender has developed programmes that are specifically focused on working with these groups of young people, sometimes using trauma informed methods, and developing innovative, creative content including digital media and film, as a way to engage and empower young people. The beneficiaries of these programmes will often have multiple and intersecting experiences of trauma and/or marginalisation. We describe this programme of work as our Specialist Provision.
The Specialist Provision team delivers our projects to and for children and young people in alternative, out of school and specialist settings in London, and collaborates with regional teams in the development and delivery of these projects outside London. The Programme Manager is responsible for the management of projects which engage these diverse groups of young people in healthy relationships education. The successful candidate will ideally have an understanding of the impact of trauma and the need for and application of trauma informed approaches which create accessible spaces for young people.
What you will be doing: The main purposes of the Programme Manager role are:
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