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Afghan Association Paiwand Supplementary Education
Job Description: Education Partnership Coordinator
Job Title: Partnership co-ordinator
Purpose: Paiwand's Supplementary Education project aims to enhance the educational attainment of disadvantaged children studying in Harrow and surrounding areas. This role's primary purpose is to develop a partnership strategy, to identify potential partnerships and inspire schools to partner with us in achieving that aim.
Reporting to: Director
Liaising with: Education project Manager/partner schools
Pay: £15 per hour
Contract; Part-time (12 hours a week)
Period: 7 months
The Partnership Coordinator will be mainly responsible for building a relationship with the existing partners to produce beneficial outcomes and work towards expanding the partnership. Identify potential partners through effective market research and analysis and develop proposals for future growth. Will be working closely with the project manager on partnership/project public outreach, press releases, public presentations, and publicity development of the project. To be able to liaise with mainstream schools to develop and secure continual partnership. To support the project manager in accounting for the efficiency and effectiveness of the school to all relevant stakeholders. To take responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of the children and young people in school.
· to design a step by step process/strategy for school partnerships. This will includes:
· setting criteria for identifying potential schools based on Paiwand’s aims and objectives
· create partnership agreements in consultation with the project manager
· creating forms, email and letter templates for different stages of communication
· establish effective channels of communications with potential partners
· attend virtual and face to face meetings (post-lockdown)
· attend internal meetings
· write a monitoring and evaluation report for all activities carried out during the 7 months of this role including achievements and challenges.
· Any other task set by the management that is relevant to this project
Please note that, we will be monitoring the progress of this project regularly and may change the list of tasks accordingly.
Specific Skills and knowledge
A clear understanding of the essential qualities
necessary for effective teaching and learning
Knowledge of principles of effective assessment for learning
Good negotiation and convincing skills
Detail - oriented
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Result - oriented
Knowledge of current safeguarding child protection
An understanding of the refugee context
knowledge of assessment
For more information and application form please contact:
Education Project Manager:
Tell: 07366 412640
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