Employability Programme Manager
The Sutton Trust is the UK’s leading foundation dedicated to improving social mobility. Founded by Sir Peter Lampl in 1997, the Trust delivers programmes to 7,000 young people each year across the country, rigorous research into the issues of low social mobility and educational disadvantage, and policy advocacy to affect systemic change. The Trust gives opportunities to young people from low and moderate-income backgrounds to improve their chances of accessing top universities and the professions. It seeks to ensure young people reach their potential, regardless of their background, school or where they live.
The new Employability Programme Manager will support the expansion of the Sutton Trust Access to the Workplace activities at both pre and post 18 age groups. They will be responsible for leading the pilot of a new digital Pathways to the Professions programme, as well as managing a range of industry focused work placements on the Trust’s new alumni employability programme. They will join a small team, led by the Director of Programmes and Partnerships, and will play an important role in contributing to the on-going success of our programme work and industry engagement strategy. The role will involve managing a range of stakeholders, leading on the design and delivery of range of digital programme activities as well and supporting students on the programme to make the most of the opportunities on offer.
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