Hours: 24 hours per week.
Contract: 2 years, fixed term.
Salary: £19,542.86 per annum (£28,500 pro rata equivalent at 24 hours per week)
Ensure all project delivery commitments are met, including reporting to funders on progress. Develop, establish and implement data systems to provide evidence of high-quality project outcomes.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
- Working with the Oswin team to assure a high-quality service is provided to our partners and clients across all the Oswin Project’s initiatives.
- Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget.
- Develop existing measures to provide qualitative and quantitative data to monitor and understand the progress of the ex-offenders we support to assure best possible service and outcomes.
- Develop existing measures of impact reporting to provide qualitative and quantitative data to accurately portray the social impact of the Oswin Project’s work.
- Work alongside staff and volunteers to develop and maintain a system of regular skills audit to assure capability and capacity, and that changing/developing demands are met.
- Work alongside CEO and board of trustees to assure proper financial records are kept.
- Work alongside CEO and board of trustees to ensure regulatory compliance, e.g. data protection, safeguarding, governance.
- Support the development of grant funding applications, ideally with a view to taking on additional fundraising responsibility.
- Abide by the Oswin Project’s policies, procedures and code of conduct.
- Relevant undergraduate degree, or equivalent professional qualifications /experience.
- Ability to deliver projects on-time, within scope and within budget.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to form working relationships across the organisation (including with ex-offenders).
- Ability to lead teams towards the achievement of objectives.
- High level of written and verbal communication, including report writing.
- Established knowledge of regulations governing charitable organisations, including GDPR, Safeguarding, governance.
- A developed understanding of the collection and analysis of both qualitative and quantitative data.
- Understanding of the additional complexities and sensitivities involved in working with ex-offenders and within the prison system.
- Competence with basic Microsoft computer programmes (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
- Additional relevant qualifications such as MA, MPhil or PhD.
- Knowledge of advanced data analysis software such as SpSS or NVivo.
- Knowledge of Zero or other similar accounting software.
- Knowledge of training or education, particularly vocational education.
- Project Management
- Creating and utilising both qualitative and quantitative approaches to data collection.
- Converting data into organisational strategies.
- Presenting information in a clear an accessible way to audiences of varying sizes and levels of education.
- Working independently and on own initiative.
- Working with sensitive/confidential information.
- Working in charitable organisations.
- Working with ex-offenders or in probation, prisons, other areas of criminal justice or rehabilitation.
- Working with vulnerable people or those at risk of offending.
- Fundraising or grant applications.
- Financial management.