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Teach First

Teach First

Teach First is an independent charity working to address one of the UK’s most damaging social issues – educational disadvantage. We recruit exceptional graduates and experienced professionals into ...


London, United Kingdom

19 Nov 2012

Opportunity has expired

Salary Range:
£40000 - 60000

Compensation details:
£48,320 + benefits (rising to £53,690 after probation)

Employer tags:
Public Policy
Social Enterprise
Esc Factor:
Social Impact
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Associate Director – Network Management

Shape the community engagement strategy for a leading education charity.

London, United Kingdom

Applicants are required to hold the relevant Visas/Work Permits

Salary Range:
£40000 - 60000

Compensation details:
£48,320 + benefits (rising to £53,690 after probation)

Job Type:
Senior Level
Escape Factors:
Social Impact
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At Teach First, we work in partnership with schools and other organisations to end inequality in education by building a community of exceptional leaders who create change within classrooms, schools and across society.

We’re looking for a strong influencer to shape the strategy and delivery of our national approach to network management and community engagement. This is an exciting new position, with significant strategic importance for achieving our vision - and we’re looking for someone exceptional to do it.

Working through our community of teachers and leaders, in partnership with people and organisations, you’ll support Teach First to deliver a successful network management and community engagement approach in each of its regions and coordinate organisation-wide network management strategies that adhere to a strong set of relationship management principles.

This is a new department, so you’ll need to be able to balance the dynamic and developing activities the role requires, whilst shaping the role as it grows. With experience in the practical application of network management theory, alumni or membership management and influencing change across an organisation, you will be able to inspire people around a strong vision, build and develop a high performing team and achieve results in a fast-paced and ambitious environment.

This is ideal for someone looking to make a big impact on the lives of young people, through bold and innovative approaches in a creative and motivated team.

For a full job description please see our website.

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