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Job Title:    Youth Development Manager- Shout Out Loud
Organisation:    English Heritage
Salary:    up to £32,268 p.a.
Type:    Full-Time Position
 Contract: 24 months
Location:    London, Swindon, York or Bristol, England
Closing Date:    Sunday, October 20th, 2019
Job Ref No:    12436
Other Benefits:   We offer a competitive benefits package including a generous pension, 25 days leave a year and free entry to all English Heritage properties for you, another adult and up to 6 children (under the age of 19).
Job Description:
The Shout Out Loud project is one of England's most exciting creative engagement programmes with, and for, young people. This is a great opportunity to lead a fantastic team of engagement professionals in changing the way young people engage with heritage and the role they play in telling England's stories.

Shout Out Loud is an ambitious project, which can be truly transformative for the way English Heritage engages with young people. The Project Manager will be responsible for the day to day running, strategic direction and overall delivery of Shout Out Loud as outlined in the National Lottery Heritage Fund application and Activity Plan.

The post holder will work closely with the Shout Out Loud Project Manager and Shout Out Loud Consortium partners, advisors, and contractors to ensure every programme contributes to the aims and outcomes of the Shout Out Loud activity plan. S/he will act as the Safeguarding Lead and oversee and ensure the implementation of Safeguarding practices and policies across all Shout Out Loud programmes/projects. The Development Manager will be an advocate for the Shout Out Loud Project and help to maintain key relationships within English Heritage, working with the Volunteering and Participation Manager, representatives from the Curatorial and Historic Properties Division, Marketing and PR to ensure the work of Shout Out Loud is integrated across the organisation and communication and all engagement programmes have genuine buy-in across divisions and teams. The post holder will be responsible for managing and delivering short and long-term engagement projects are delivered within time, budget and quality tolerances.
Required Skills:
You will be an experienced heritage engagement professional who is self-motivated and capable of using your own initiative to achieve agreed goals. You will have exceptional attention to detail and be confident working with internal and external stakeholders at all levels and in coordinating multiple work streams.

We're looking for someone who has experience with multi-partner delivery of engagement projects in the heritage or culture sector and who is passionate about the role of youth voices in heritage. Someone who is a creative-thinker and who can help motivate and energise colleagues and direct-reports, and who is highly-organised, pragmatic, kind, and output-oriented.
Application Instructions:
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Contact Name:    Miss Holly Creedon
Contact Tel:    01483252076
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Contact Email:
Address:     233-235 Cavendish House, High Street, Guildford, .