HEAD OF PROGRAMMES

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HEAD OF PROGRAMMES

As Head of Programmes, you will oversee the delivery of all MCC Foundation programmes in the UK and overseas. You will be responsible for ensuring that all programmes comply with our safeguarding and risk standards and adhere to donor stipulations. You will hold key stakeholder relationships with, among others, the England and Wales Cricket Board, (ECB), Marylebone Cricket Club, (MCC), overseas delivery partners, and National Governing Bodies.

As Head of Programmes, you will be responsible for ensuring that delivery partners adhere to the conditions of the Foundation’s contracts and that information and data is collected to enable project level impact to be communicated. The role will include working closely with both UK and overseas partners and you will assess and make recommendations for the continuous improvement of all the Foundation’s delivery.

Job Details

Required Skills & Experience
A bachelor's or master's degree in a relevant field (e.g., sports management, social sciences, education) or sufficient relevant experience.

Proven experience in programme management, preferably in the field of sports-based community development.

Strong leadership skills with a track record of managing and developing high-performing teams.

Thorough understanding of best practice around safeguarding young people.

Good level of IT-literacy, particularly with Microsoft and Google products.

Excellent organisational skills, with close attention to detail, and the ability to multi-task.

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage with diverse stakeholders.

Demonstrated ability to develop and implement strategic plans and achieve measurable outcomes.

Passion for the positive impact of cricket in community development and social inclusion.

Flexible approach to work. 
Pay rate
£41,500-£52,000 (dependent on experience)

Location

Contact Information

Address
Lord's Cricket Ground, Saint John's Wood Road, London, UK
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