Programme Coordinator - Schools Sector

London, SW8

Fixed-term contract to the end of March 2018

Salary: £26,567 plus benefits


As the Schools Programme Coordinator you'll be responsible for coordinating activities and events across our reading for pleasure programmes for Primary and Secondary schools. You'll support design and development of new and existing programmes and maintain relevant knowledge about the schools sector.


We're looking for a person with experience of coordinating a range of projects and excellent communication skills.


To succeed in this varied and interesting role, you'll need:


  • Knowledge and understanding of what's happening in schools and education
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills
  • Excellent organisation skills


To apply for this role please send your full CV, extensive covering letter demonstrating how you meet the requirements of the job, and a completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form, to


Closing date: 9am, Monday 20 June 2016

Interview dates: Tuesday 5 or Wednesday 6 July 2016


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Equal opportunities monitoring form


Director of Programmes and Partnerships

Competitive salary, London, SW8


A new role on our executive leadership team, the Director of Programmes and Partnerships will lead our national portfolio of programmes and develop our strategic relationships with key partners, other stakeholders and relevant funders within early years, education, local government, central government, health and the arts to grow our trading income. This is an influential and high-profile role in our organisation and will play a critical role in our future development.


We're looking for an exceptional, proven leader with a strong track record in delivering large scale programmes and developing high level relationships in a public or third sector business environment. Experienced at leading change, you'll be a strategic thinker with vision, commercial flair and an inspirational leadership style.


With the confidence to act as the public face of BookTrust across our regions, you will be known for your outstanding communication and interpersonal skills and will be someone who builds confidence quickly. Crucially, you will be passionate about the opportunity and will be genuinely inspired by the chance to change children's lives.


For further details please visit For a confidential discussion, please contact our advising consultants, Katy Giddens or Siobhain Brodie on 020 7426 3990 or Danielle Latto on 0113 205 6287.


Closing date: Wednesday 15 June 2016


Equal opportunities monitoring form


BookTrust is an equal opportunities employer

We aim to ensure that no job applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, race, colour, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, age or disability and that all appointments are made solely on the basis of merit.


In order that our equality policy is effective we carry out regular monitoring of job applicants, and we would therefore ask you to complete the equality monitoring form. This information will be kept centrally within our secure HR department, completely separate from your recruitment application form and will be used for the sole purpose of compiling statistical information. The information will be separated from the application form and will not be given to the selection panel. The completed monitoring form will be destroyed once the information given in it has been collated.


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