Vacancy: Think Big Programme Coordinator
Are you passionate about technology, education, and the power of sports to inspire young people? Do you want to be part of a dynamic team making a real difference in the community? Nottingham Forest Community Trust has an exciting vacancy for a Think Big Programme Coordinator.
At Nottingham Forest Community Trust, we believe in the power of football to inspire and empower young people from diverse communities across Nottinghamshire. Our Think Big programme, is all about harnessing this power to ignite a passion for technology and education. By combining the excitement of football with the world of tech, we aim to encourage young minds to explore rewarding careers in technology-based jobs through a structured and innovative tech programme in schools.
We’re proud to collaborate with Ideagen, one of the world’s fastest-growing tech companies with headquarters right here in Nottingham. Together, we are on a mission to inspire and prepare the next generation of tech enthusiasts.
As a Think Big Programme Coordinator, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of young people in Nottinghamshire. Here are some key responsibilities you’ll be taking on:
Innovative Workshops: Design and deliver creative virtual and face-to-face workshops in schools and communities across Nottinghamshire, showcasing the exciting intersection of technology and sports.
Relationship Building: Develop and manage strong relationships with school leaders, partners, and key stakeholders who share our vision.
Programme Growth: Lead the growth and development of the Think Big programme, ensuring its positive impact continues to expand.
Performance Metrics: Work diligently towards achieving defined Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) during each academic year.
Custom Curriculum: Maintain and evolve a specialised curriculum focused on tech roles in football, delivering engaging workshops to young people on matchdays at The City Ground.
Impact Tracking: Produce monthly reports detailing the programme’s impact, tracking all achievements and target outcomes.
Tech Advocate: Act as an advocate for technology and innovative thinking, inspiring young minds to explore the possibilities.
Visibility: Develop relationships with partners and stakeholders to increase the programme’s visibility in the community.
Media Content: Collaborate with the marketing team to create a portfolio of accessible media content, including videos, photographs, and case studies, to showcase the programme’s success.
Communication: Regularly communicate the programme’s successes internally and externally, sharing good news and best practices.
Data Management: Support the Head of Marketing & Communications by collating data and information related to programme impact.
Team Leadership: Provide leadership and guidance to programme assistants to support their duties and personal development.
Join Our Team
If you’re passionate about inspiring the next generation of tech enthusiasts, developing creativity, and making a positive impact in the community, this is your chance to shine.
To apply, click here.