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Community Cohesion Project Manager

Project Manager £8,000 (approx 20 days)

CfSA Community Cohesion Project

The Council for Subject Associations (CfSA) has been awarded a grant to develop resources for subject teachers by the Community Cohesion Unit of the Department of Children, Schools and Families.  In order to meet the requirements of the grant, we are seeking to appoint a project manager to oversee the project.  The successful candidate will co-ordinate a team of subject specialists from ten subject associations for the humanities and arts to map and publicise good quality resources to promote community cohesion and prevent violent extremism through the curriculum. The project manager will work directly to the Chief Executive of CfSA

The work will involve the following tasks:

·      Coordinate the work of contributors ensuring deadlines are met;

·      Work with the subject associations to identify a teacher/practitioner for each subject to peer review the materials and ensure the quality of the contributions;

·      Prepare an interim progress report for DCSF by 30th June 2009;

·      Submit draft materials to CfSA for consideration and share with all contributors

·      Liaise with contributors to review and revise drafts

·      Liaise with the CEO and the web designer over the format of the resource, including the design of a web page for each participating subject association to publicise the identified resources;

·      Test materials as part of the mapping process for ease of use and technical reliability;

·      Submit final draft resource set to CfSA for consideration by CCU

·      Undertake any revisions required;

·      Liaise with the web developer to publish the resource set;

 

 

 The deadline for the presentation of the completed resource set is 31st October 2009.

 

Click here for further information about the project.

It is anticipated that the project manager will be self-managing and the majority of communication will be via email or other electronic means.  The project manager will be expected to visit CfSA offices to report progress at agreed intervals throughout the project. 

Please send letter of application outlining your suitability for the appointment including a C.V. to:

Sue Meredith Sue@subjects.org.uk

by Friday 29th May

 

Person specification

Essential

  • A proven track record of successful project implementation
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organisation and coordination skills
  • Strong IT skills
  • Ability to work to deadlines and cope with pressure
  • Ability to work independently

 

Desirable

  • Experience of managing education projects
  • Interest in community cohesion issues.

 

18 May 2009

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