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Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator

£17 - £18 per hour
 

Job Description

Charity Talent are recruiting for an Education Charity. They are recruiting for a Temporary Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator to start at the end of January for 4 months with a possible extension. The Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator role is to sustain and secure partnerships with local authorities and Children's trusts, in order to develop hundreds of fellows annually.

They are looking for someone who is able to persuade and influence others, challenge decisions when relevant. This role requires someone who is enthusiastic about working to maintain, and where relevant, improve the satisfaction with their local authority partners.

Local authorities play a critical role in their programmes. You will be responsible for the allocation of participants to units based within partner authorities or trusts. Their participants then spend a year in the local authority learning how to apply their academic learning to children and families in need.

Local authorities' children's services are complex organisations facing a range of challenges and pressures. They need to work closely with them so that they can provide the best learning experience for their participants, but also so that they can benefit in terms of their own service and practice development as a result of their partnership with the Charity.

You are responsible for all activity required to maintain strong, long-term and mutually beneficial partnerships with every local authority or children's trust in England. This role will have a direct impact on the quality of programme implementation. You will create effective relationships at all organisational levels, and have the opportunity to apply and further develop high level communication and influencing skills at both 1:1 and wider group level.

Experience:

  • Evidence of having established, developed and managed effective relationships with range of stakeholders.
  • Ability to influence and negotiate effectively to deliver desired outcomes, including presentation skills.
  • Strong track record of successful planning and delivery of complex projects. Experience of leading and driving change in services / programmes.
  • Good understanding of social care statutory responsibilities of local authorities (desirable)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills..
  • Highly organised and able to manage complexity and high levels of detail.
  • Ability to interrogate and reflect on a range of different types of data, consider hypotheses, and develop into strategic and operational plans.
  • Flexibility and ability to adapt to changing situations and new developments. High attention to detail.
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