Programme Coordinator



Job Type

Full Time


Charity / Voluntary, Environmental / Conservation, Management, Operations, Project Management, Public Sector, Sales / Business Development, Social Care



Job Title: Programme Coordinator – North of the Tyne
 £30,119 - £34,597 per annum
Hours: Full time 37 hours per week
Location: Pegswood office, some home working

About the organisation
They aim to be the UK’s leading regeneration charity, working through partnership to create communities in which people are proud to live and work. This programme will deliver their mission of supporting people to improve their prospects and reach their full potential. As an organisation, they are proud of the effective role that their Community Project Managers play in delivering significant social, environmental and health outcomes with communities across the region.

About the role
Working as part of the Land and Communities Team, the Programme Coordinator will manage a delivery team across the North of the Tyne with specific responsibility for managing a broad range of current projects and supporting the development of the programme to benefit local communities in line with the charity’s objectives.

The Programme Coordinator will support the Programme Manager to work alongside appropriate partners within the private, public and voluntary sectors; and other staff within the Trust to forge positive relationships to identify opportunities for programme development.

The Programme Coordinator will manage a diverse range of projects, across the North of the Tyne, which enables the Trust to achieve its strategic objectives. Operating in a diverse and dynamic environment, the Programme Coordinator will play a key role supporting the Programme Manager to deliver the Trust’s Business Plan.

A bit about you
They are looking for an enthusiastic Programme Coordinator who is passionate about working with local communities North of the Tyne. With experience of working within a role overseeing, programme management and development along with staff management.

Excellent organisational skills are a must with an ability to manage a busy and diverse workload.

Closing date: Midnight on Thursday 6th April 2023

Make yourself at home
The organisation wants you to be yourself and they value everything that makes you unique. They recognise and celebrate your difference and together you will make the charity a special and great place to work.

The charity is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This role is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure endorsed by the Disclosure and Barring Service

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