Job overview : 

We are recruiting for a Young Trustees Movement Programme Coordinator to support the growth and engagement with the movements online platforms and social media channels, alongside building and supporting a network of Young Trustees Movement Champions and Ambassadors. You will also have a significant role in creating external communications and carrying out administrative tasks.  This is a varied role and will suit someone curious to learn and develop a range of new skills in an agile and friendly team . 

For more information, we have a webinar on Thursday, April 22⋅ 5:00 – 6:00pm

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead on increasing engagement on digital hub platform (Mighty Networks) and social media. 
  • Create content for the website, digital hub and social media including interviews and other blogs. 
  • Be the first point of contact for the Young Trustee Movement. 
  • Manage the website, uploading weekly content. 
  • Support with other administrative tasks such as scheduling meetings and events.

This role will be suitable for someone: 

  • Passionate about inclusion
  • Can communicate in a way that is simple and engaging.
  • Has experience of, or is comfortable learning how to use various platforms including Zoom,  Mighty Networks,  HubSpot, Trello, Typeform, Hootsuite, WordPress. 
  • Is curious about the Movement and learning how charities can better serve their mission (we don’t expect you to know it all already!)
  • Is comfortable managing multiple project areas and using project management systems to organise tasks 
  • Can balance multiple workstreams, multiple deadlines and a wide range of tasks. 
  • Who takes initiative and can work independently.
  • Has experience of volunteering for a charity (in any capacity). 

We welcome experience in these areas from work settings, volunteering, studying or other relevant personal experiences. 

In carrying out these duties the post holder will:

  • Work to protect the organisation’s reputation and principles
  • Treat internal and external contacts with dignity and respect and uphold the company’s equality of opportunity and dignity at work policies
  • Actively participate in appraisals, team meetings and meeting self-development needs
  • Undertake any other duties necessary to this post as reasonably required

Salary: £27,000 in line with our Equality, Diversity and transparency commitments we will not be negotiating on this salary.                             

Contract Terms: 37.5 hours per week – 12 months fixed-term with a view to extending if possible. We have a flexible working policy and would welcome applicants looking for a flexible working arrangement such as a 4 day work week (pro rata) or well-structured job share applicants.

Location: Home based, with the option to return to our offices in Kings Cross, London. We will consider flexible working and applicants from +/- 1 hour GMT time zone. However you must have the independent right to work in the UK, as unfortunately we cannot offer visa sponsorship of any kind at this time.  

We have a flexible working policy and would welcome applicants looking for a flexible working arrangement such as a 4 day work week (pro rata) or well-structured job share applicants.

Reporting to: Young Trustees Movement Programme Manager 

Working hours: occasional weekend and evening working is required and will be offset in time off in lieu. 

Holiday Entitlement:  We offer 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, plus 2 extra volunteer days for trusteeship or other volunteer commitments.

How to Apply:

** Please note that CVs and Cover Letters will not be accepted

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: 5pm, Tuesday May 4th 2021 

INTERVIEWS: w/c  May 10th (on evenings and weekends)

Start Date: ASAP


About us

The Social Change Agency helps build people-powered movements that change the world. They are currently incubating the Young Trustees Movement. 

We are a BCorp business, Disability Confident Employer and a Living Wage Employer. 

About the Young Trustees Movement 

Our mission is to: 

  • Double the number of trustees aged 30 and under on charity boards across England and Wales by 2024. (while the spotlight is on the age factor, our movement is part of a wider call for diversity on boards).
  • Changing the image of what a trustee looks like, by shining a light on the impact made by young trustees.
  • Define what conditions allow for safe spaces where all young people can genuinely add their perspective.

To achieve this, we are: 

  • Running a campaign that challenges the perceptions of who a trustee should be
  • Building the infrastructure to enable current Young Trustees to lead the movement across England and Wales 
  • Creating physical cohort based training programmes
  • Host a digital hub that enables:
    • People to connect with and promote relevant Young Trustee opportunities 
    • Those in the movement to have access to relevant resources 
    • A place for current, former and aspiring young trustees to:
      • Have access to a supportive network of peers 
      • Give feedback on ideas, resources and co-create solutions to problems
      • Develop skills and knowledge to be an effective trustee

Equal Opportunity Employer: We strongly encourage applicants from a wide variety of backgrounds. We are committed to our staff representing the wide variety of backgrounds represented in the communities we work with. If you are concerned that you may not fit 100% of the job specification – please throw your hat in the ring. We never put formal education requirements on any role as we value lived experiences as highly as formal education and training qualifications. 

We follow a blind recruitment process, which means that hiring managers for the role are only able to see your work history and answers to application questions when making the decision to progress to the interview stage. 

If you are selected for an interview, you will be asked if you have any suggested adjustments to ensure the process is inclusive to you. 

If you have any questions about how this role or the application process can be made inclusive to you, please email to schedule a chat. 

Candidates must have the right to work in the UK independently as we, unfortunately, are unable to provide visa sponsorship at this time.

Health Assured Service: The health and wellbeing of our staff is very important to us. We offer all of our staff access to the Health Assured wellbeing service, which offers a 24 hour support line, structured counselling with external support, and a bank of online resources such as webinars and articles tailored towards health and wellbeing for both you and the members of your family.