Future Men is a multi-award-winning specialist charity that supports boys and men along the path to becoming dynamic future men, whilst addressing the stereotypes around masculinity and engaging in the wider conversation of what it means to be a man. Through our evidence-based and practice-led services we encourage boys and men to explore, celebrate and build on the seven characteristics that we believe contribute to positive masculinity.
Our interventions focus on the transitional times in life such as starting school, getting a job or becoming a parent; these are the times when men and boys are most likely to encounter challenges and therefore most likely to engage or seek help. Our aim is to significantly reduce the number of boys and men, particularly from socially excluded or disadvantaged backgrounds, who are unable to achieve their full potential to become productive and active members of society.
Our Youth Hubs play a key part in helping young people’s personal and social development. Based in Westminster, they provide a space for young people aged 8-19 to take part in activities such as music production, sport and games, as well as development programmes such as healthy relationships, inclusion and diversity training. Bridging the gap between formal and non-formal education, we help young people learn about themselves, and others around them to create positive outcomes for their futures.
Project Coordinator (Boys Development) vacancies
Our current vacancy is for a full time role, however we would also like to hear from applicants interested in part-time work – please see the section on ‘Ongoing Project Coordinator Vacancies‘ below .
This role is full time (35hrs per week) and is based in Central and West London. This is a 12 month fixed term contract from 1st September 2020 to to 31 August 2021.
As a Project Coordinator (Boy’s Development) you will be responsible for delivering a range of services in primary and secondary schools, supporting FM development and transitional work with boys and young men. You will undertake group work and one to one mentoring, supporting improved behaviour, wellbeing and engagement in schools, and successful transitions into secondary school. A key element will be to support new developments, to identify best practice and to embed these in current services.
The programme explores a range of subjects such as masculinity, identity, conflict, health and wellbeing, aspirations and emotions.
Closing date: midnight, Monday 13th July 2020
Interviews date: 22nd July 2020
Youth Worker vacancy
We are looking for energetic, proactive and self-motivated individuals with highly developed communication and interpersonal skills, experienced at working with young people. The person will work as part of a team of workers, led by the Youth Hubs Manager, to run our estate based youth projects in Westminster. You will have a strong track record engaging with young people, especially those from disadvantaged communities. You will support direct youth work delivery to the young people.
You will have experience of planning and evaluating services and a proven record of delivering and leading on good quality and innovative work to young people. You will have worked with young people across different ages and ethnicities. You will have a good knowledge of approaches that work with groups of young people. It would be a particular advantage to have experience of how to advise post 16 year olds on the next steps.
Closing date: We are inviting applications throughout June and July 2020. We will close the recruitment cycle when the available posts have been filled.
How to apply
- Download and complete – FM application form
- Download and complete – Equality Monitoring Form
- Return the forms to our Office Administrator via email to email@example.com
All successful candidates should be able to use standard IT such as Outlook, word, excel. We also use monitoring software for evaluating and recording outcomes of the work.
We can offer you:
- Pension scheme Child Care Voucher Scheme
- Cycle to Work Scheme
- 24 days annual leave pro-rata
Thank you for your interest. We will only contact you if you have been shortlisted.
Future Men is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. In order to meet this responsibility, we follow a rigorous selection process. All employees within our organisation must provide two satisfactory references. Service delivery staff are required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.
Future Men is an equal opportunity and a Living Wage employer.
Should you have any questions regarding the application please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0207 237 5353.
Ongoing Project Coordinator vacancies
Our Project Coordinators work in schools and in the community supporting boys and young men through the structured group work and one to one work. We would love to hear from energetic, proactive individuals with relevant experience so that we can let you know when we have relevant vacancies. If you are interested please send your CV to email@example.com