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Inclusion Officer

Derby County Community Trust

Job Summary and Main Purpose To lead the development and co-ordination of Derby County Community Trust Hubs and programmes across Derby City and Derbyshire – this includes delivery, events, projects and mentoring, and be the local point of contact for delivery and development in those hub areas. Key Responsibilities Operations • To ensure the effective delivery of the Derby County Community Trust Hub programme across Derby City and Derbyshire. • To provide day to day management of Derby County Community Trust Hub coaches/volunteers (delivery staff). • To co-ordinate staff liaison, delivery team meetings, training and events related to your area. • To ensure that all monitoring and evaluation for activities related to the area are up to date and recorded following Derby County Community Trust policies and procedures. • At all times, to act as an advocate and supporter of Derby County Community Trust activity. • To carry out other reasonable duties within the overall function commensurate with the level of responsibility. Partnerships • To attend appropriate level partnership meetings, forums and events to help develop the Derby County Community Trust programme across the area. • To develop, manage and foster partnerships and relationships with Community Safety Teams, Local Authorities, Public Health, localised forums and boards, local sports clubs, facility providers and any other appropriate level partners. • To develop a strong relationship with Derby County Community Trust core team including the wider development team, events team and training team. • To develop a strong relationship with key strategic partners of the charity. Monitoring and Evaluation • To lead the monitoring and evaluation operation in work. • To check and challenge the monitoring of activities, programmes and hubs in conjunction with the Hub Coaches/Volunteers. • To contribute to the development of the charity through attendance at team meetings and taking part in appropriate task and to complete related activities. • To produce case studies and report on area performance targets. Finance • To ensure all financial policies and procedures as set out by Derby County Community Trust Employee Handbook are adhered to at all times. • To meet income generation targets in line with area service agreements in conjunction with line manager. • To provide quarterly budget reports and updates. • To ensure a monthly budget code update is provided. • To ensure the timely production of timesheets, invoices, grant returns and other financial commitments in line with Derby County Community Trust Finance schedule. HR • To adhere to HR policies and procedures. • To monitor and co-ordinate the performance of all delivery staff and associated activity. • To follow the Derby County Community Trust Training Policy and ensure staff CPD is regularly discussed. • To support the Inclusion Manager in completing HR related tasks. Other • To at all times represent Derby County Community Trust in a professional manner regarding to dress, presentation, personal hygiene, attitude, conduct and professionalism. • To be able and willing to work flexible and unsociable hours where the role of the job requires. General Responsibilities • Ensuring continuous compliance with the requirements of relevant Health & Safety and Data Protection legislation. It is the duty of every staff member to take reasonable care of their own and other people’s health, safety, and welfare, and to report to DCCT any situation which poses a serious or imminent threat to the well-being of themselves or of any other person. • It is essential that there is a consistent and effective approach to the process of identification and management of risks across the Trust. The escalation of risk within an organisation is a key mechanism for ensuring that risk is managed at the appropriate level by the appropriate individuals. All staff have a duty to ensure compliance with the Trust’s Risk Management policies and procedures. • Demonstrating the impact of DCCT programmes is a key performance indicator for the Trust. Capturing, recording, and analysing data is essential in supporting this. All staff are required to ensure they play their role where applicable. • The assurance of quality is fundamental for all work undertaken by DCCT and should be implemented by all staff in their work. To that effect DCCT shall: Regularly monitor and measure the quality of its work methods, outputs and outcomes with a view to ensuring high quality standards, best value and continuous improvement. • To uphold the Trust’s Equal Opportunities policies & practices, positively promoting equality of opportunity. Person Specification Essential Desirable Qualifications Qualified to a minimum of one National Governing Body award or equivalent youth-based qualification X Educated to HNC or HND or equivalent in sports related subject OR considerable experience working in sports development / events X Evidence of basic literacy and numeracy, i.e. at least GCSE Maths and English C grade X Educated to degree level or have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in the industry sector X Multi-Sport Level 2 or equivalent National Governing Body level 2 coaching qualification X Experience Experience in planning, delivering and reviewing activities within sport projects/programmes or equivalent X Experience in evaluating sport and physical activity X Experience of working with young people within a sport or activity setting X Experience of delivering training and mentoring programmes X Experience of project management, including managing budgets X Experience of working with young people from deprived backgrounds X Experience of working on crime and diversionary prevention programmes X Experience of line management of sessional coaches, and working with volunteers X Experience in behaviour change principles and motivational interviewing techniques X Skills Excellent IT skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Office and social media X An understanding of the requirements of health and safety in sport X A clear understanding of, and commitment to, Derby County Community Trust’s vision and values X To act with integrity, honesty and openness in all aspects of your duties X Effective team working X Excellent communication skills X Good organisational skills X Values Our values underpin everything we deliver as a charity. The postholder is responsible for role modelling these values and is accountable for their own attitude and behaviour. We are: • Caring in our approach • Collaborative in our partnerships • Creating meaningful experiences • Effectively fulfilling potential • Taking pride of our work • Valued by our community Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Derby County Community Trust believe our workforce should be as diverse as the communities we serve. We are committed to encouraging equality, diversity & inclusion throughout our workforce, and eliminating unlawful discrimination. Safeguarding Derby County Community Trust have a responsibility to promote the welfare of all children, young people, and adults at risk to keep them safe and is committed to working in a way that protects them. The Trust expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Lisa Anderson

Location

DE24 8BX

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Salary

20,500 per annum

Hours

Full-time

Contract

Permanent

Placed on

Mon 15th May, 2023

Closes

2023-05-10

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