What we do News We are recruiting a Programmes and Learning Administrator Young Citizens is looking for a new Programmes and Learning Administrator The Programmes and Learning Administrator will support the delivery of Young Citizens projects and events for schools across the UK, including our flagship social action programme for primary schools, our Mock Trials Competitions our SMSC Quality Mark and our teacher training delivery. You'll be someone who is happy to juggle multiple tasks, contribute to the team as required and who loves getting your head around new skills and digital platforms. You'll need to be proactive, flexible and adaptable as well as our work is constantly evolving. This role is central to the work of our charity - helping us to deliver our work to benefit over 1 million children and young people annually. You will play a major part in enabling us to meet the goals set out in our strategic plan, including expanding our reach into more UK schools and increasing the depth of impact of our work. You'll be providing administration support to multiple people so will be good at prioritising your work and managing a varied workload, with minimal supervision. You’ll enjoy working with teachers, volunteers (particulary from the legal professions) our suppliers and other stakeholders to consistently deliver excellent customer service. You’ll also be excited to support children and young people to get involved in public legal education and to make a difference to their local, national and global communities. This post will be based remotely during COVID restrictions but we are keen to return to our London offices as soon as possible. In addition to joining a friendly, dynamic and supportive staff team, Young Citizens offers a generous employee benefits package including an 8% employer pension contribution, 28 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays and volunteering/social action leave. We even give you your birthday off! The job description and person specification can be found in the Recruitment Pack. Interested? To apply for this exciting opportunity please send an up-to-date copy of your CV, and a personal statement (no longer than 2 pages) detailing why you think you are suitable for the role and illustrating clearly how your skills and experiences match those that we have asked for in the person specification. Please note CVs on their own will not be considered. These documents should be sent to [email protected] The closing date for applications is 12 noon, 21st April 2021, with interviews taking place on 30th April 2021. Please note that Young Citizens is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children and young people that we work with and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.