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Project Manager - Child Poverty

Job description

A fantastic Foundation working to tackle child poverty, deforestation and domestic abuse are looking to recruit a highly skilled and experienced Project Manager – Child Poverty.

Salary: Circa £50,000

Location: Central London (fully office based)

The Project Manager - Child Poverty will oversee projects aimed at reducing child poverty, particularly focusing on initiatives that tackle child hunger and provide necessary support services. This role involves managing partnerships with charities, planning and executing support initiatives, and engaging with community stakeholders to drive impactful change.

Key Responsibilities include:

  • Leading and managing projects addressing child poverty and hunger; developing project plans, timelines, and budgets and monitoring project progress.
  • Planning, coordinating, and implementing initiatives to alleviate child hunger and provide support to children in need.
  • Working closely with charities, schools, and community organisations to ensure effective delivery of support services.
  • Building and maintaining strong relationships with charitable organisations, community groups, and other stakeholders.
  • Engaging with local communities to understand needs and tailor support initiatives accordingly.

The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Project Management, Public Administration, or a related field and a minimum of 3-5 years of project management experience, preferably in social programs or child welfare. Experience working with charities and managing community-based projects is key, as is a knowledge of child poverty issues and support systems in the UK.  You must also have the ability to travel within the UK as required.

Please note, applications are being considered on a rolling basis and only successful candidates will be contacted with further information.    

As leading charity recruitment specialists and a certified B Corp™, Harris Hill is committed to high and ever-improving standards of equitable and inclusive recruitment. We actively welcome applications from all sections of the community regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion, sexuality and other protected characteristics.