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Do you have the wow factor in the classroom? Can you flip the script in the boardroom
and bring crucial funders on board? Then step up to the UK’s frontline of financial education

Project Coordinator

Background

MyBnk is a UK charity that delivers expert-led financial education programmes to 5-25-year olds in schools and youth organisations – directly, virtually and online. Our mission is to empower young people to take charge of their futures by bringing money to life.

Together with young people, we have created innovative, high impact and high energy workshops. Our experts help to build young people’s money knowledge, skills, mindsets and habits at key transitional moments. By spend, we are the UK’s largest specialist charity dedicated to this cause.

MyBnk cover topics such as saving, budgeting, debt, independent living and public and student finance. We also design projects and training programmes for others. Since 2007, we have helped over 275,000 young people learn how to manage their money.

About Your Role

This is an administrative role where the post holder holds responsibility for coordination of the running and scheduling of our The Money House courses in London. They will be allocating young people who get referred to us to and answer incoming enquiries from both the young people invited, as well as our referral partners, via phone and email. This role would suit someone who is personable, has strong attention to detail, is a good problem-solver, thrives working in a high-paced environment and enjoys interacting with both internal and external stakeholders.

Main Duties

• Project Coordinate the running of our The Money House courses (4 sites in London)
• Create delivery schedule, one quarter at a time
• Assign Trainers and Training Assistants to course schedule
• Manage allocations of young people based on their education/employment status
• Liaise with Training Assistants to re-allocate young people as needed
• Manage incoming enquiries from young people, Local Authorities and other referring organisations via phone and email
• Create referral links for those who wish to send young people onto the course
• Trouble shoot survey administration
• Review and update email templates
• Pull monthly reports
• Liaise with Local Authorities about translators needed for courses
• Support Partnership Manager with Introduction Meetings held for potential referrers
• Support Training teams with Facility Management when needed
• Support Project Manager with administrative tasks as needed

Application process

Please send your CV and cover letter, detailing why you are suited to the role, to jobs@mybnk.org by Friday the 2nd September at midday (12:00). Interviews are to be held on Tuesday the 6th and Wednesday the 7th of September.

Any Questions?

If you have any questions, or want to have an informal conversation about the role, please contact hiring manager Maddie Marcateus by emailing madeleine.marcateus@mybnk.org.

Equal Opportunities Monitoring

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Communications Executive

Background

MyBnk is a UK charity that delivers expert-led financial education programmes to 5-25-year olds in schools and youth organisations – directly, virtually and online. Our mission is to empower young people to take charge of their futures by bringing money to life.

Together with young people, we have created innovative, high impact and high energy workshops. Our experts help to build young people’s money knowledge, skills, mindsets and habits at key transitional moments. By spend, we are the UK’s largest specialist charity dedicated to this cause.

MyBnk cover topics such as saving, budgeting, debt, independent living and public and student finance. We also design projects and training programmes for others. Since 2007, we have helped over 275,000 young people learn how to manage their money.

About Your Role

You will be an enthusiastic, creative and proactive team player with a passion for communications and marketing. Supporting teams and projects across the organisation, you will ensure that MyBnk’s internal and external messaging is impactful, inspiring, and innovative. You will enjoy collaboration, leading tasks and working to tight deadlines, whilst also being able to work independently and use initiative. You will play a critical role in both daily communication tasks and larger projects. You will be solutions-focused, passionate about our brand and committed to MyBnk’s mission.

Responsibilities include:

Leading on social media (national and regional).

Creating/supporting blogs and newsletters.

Interviewing young people at sessions and feeding into the youth engagement strategy.

Preparing briefs for projects and interviews for staff/content creation.

Researching appropriate avenues for promoting MyBnk and supporting campaigns.

Writing/editing content for promotional/educational material such as flyers, posters and reports, for both internal and external use.

Application process

Please submit a CV and covering letter to jobs@mybnk.org by 5pm on Sunday 4th September 2022.  Include details of any restrictions on your availability for interview and when you would be able to commence the position.

Selection process

First Round Interview: 7th/8th Sept (MyBnk, 3 Bath Place, London EC2A 3DR)

Second Round Interview: 9th Sept (Virtual)

Any Questions?

If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact naomi.darling@mybnk.org

Equal Opportunities Monitoring

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The Money House Trainer - London

Background

MyBnk is the largest, specialist financial education charity for children and young people. We work in partnership with schools, youth organisations and local authorities and, increasingly, directly with young people, in-person, virtually and online. Our mission is to empower young people to take charge of their future to make money choices themselves. We are about ‘doing something that works’ not just ‘doing something’ and we are committed to the strongest evidence of impact.

Together with young people, we have created innovative, high impact and high energy workshops that bring money to life, covering topics such as saving, budgeting, debt, independent-living, and student finance. Under the Money Twist, Money Works and The Money House brands we build money knowledge, mind-sets and habits and embed skills to survive and thrive. We leverage our expertise in content and training to support partners and to create systemic change. We are the winners of the 2021 London Homelessness prevention award. Three quarters of our work is with young adults most in need.

About Your Role

We are seeking energetic and engaging individuals with a genuine interest in social change, education and the empowerment of young people.

You will work within an organisation which consistently exceeds its targets and delivers significantly positive outcomes for young people.

Responsibilities include:

You will deliver 5 day and 1 day ‘The Money House’ training to vulnerable young people aged 16 – 25 years in a ‘real flat’ setting, in Greenwich, Newham, Westminster and Haringey. Deliveries will initially entail up to 3 five day programmes plus 1-3 one day programmes a month.

Application process

Please send a CV and covering letter to jobs@mybnk.org by 19th August 2022.  Include details of any restrictions on your availability for interview and when you would be able to commence the position.

Any Questions?

If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact wayne.jordan@mybnk.org

Equal Opportunities Monitoring

We have attached an Equal Opportunities Monitoring form for completion, PLEASE NOTE THIS IS OPTIONAL

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Education Officer - London

Background

MyBnk is a UK charity that delivers expert-led financial education programmes to 5-25-year olds in schools and youth organisations – direct, virtually and online. Our mission is to empower young people to take charge of their future by bringing money to life through innovative, high impact and high energy workshops.

The Role

You will join the MyBnk Education Team to create, design and deliver workshops in schools, colleges, and youth organisations. We are open to applicants for both full and part-time positions.

This includes:

Workshop Delivery

Deliver a variety workshops in primary, secondary schools and colleges across London for age ranging from 7-18 year-olds.

Deliver an accredited course for youth organisations across London for age ranging 16-25 year-olds.

Work with a diverse group of young people from different backgrounds with varying needs.

Bring energy and innovation to the learning environment with a style that is clear, concise and relevant.

Programme Development

Work with MyBnk’s London Delivery Manager to develop and enhance our workshops and programmes, in line with MyBnk standards.

Keep training materials up to date amending where necessary, providing honest and timely feedback on the programme to the MyBnk team.

Application Process

Please send a CV and covering letter to jobs@mybnk.org. This is an open position until we find our ideal candidate. Include details of any restrictions on your availability for interview and when you would be able to commence the position. In person interviews are preferred.

Any Questions?

If you have any questions about this role, please consult our website or contact Wendy Grace on 020 3581 9920 or email wendy.grace@mybnk.org

Equal Opportunities Monitoring

We have attached an Equal Opportunities Monitoring form for completion, PLEASE NOTE THIS IS OPTIONAL

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MyBnk Freelance Trainer - North West

Background

MyBnk are a leader in delivering effective financial education for young people. A significant part of our success is built upon rigorous evaluation. We conduct significant research studies at scale using quantitative and qualitative methods to continuously improve our work. We work collaboratively with external consultants and produce research studies in-house. Efforts are spread across impact evaluation of programmes, process evaluation and insight studies to further understand what works. Maintaining and growing our evaluation activities is a core part of MyBnk’s Vision 2024.

The Role

You will be delivering MyBnk programmes to primarily young adults aged 16 – 25 in youth organisations across North West. In so doing it is expected that you will:

Deliver MyBnk financial education programmes to a diverse range of young people aged 16-25 in youth across the North West. Effectively engaging learners with a style that is clear, concise, energetic and relevant.

Deliver MyBnk programmes to a high standard, meeting the MyBnk quality standards and following the MyBnk education ethos.

Commit to become an expert in finance education by having excellent subject knowledge and continuing your professional development.

Mark accredited work booklets.

Follow MyBnk processes regarding post delivery feedback.

Commit to updating your subject knowledge base and continuing your professional development becoming an expert in Financial or Enterprise education.

Provide honest and timely feedback on the programmes to the MyBnk team.

Commit to an initial training period of four days and additional home learning, paid at a training rate.

How to apply

Please send a CV and covering letter to jobs@mybnk.org

Covering letter:

MyBnk programmes can run between one and five hours, it is important to establish positive working relationships from the outset.

In your cover letter please describe two strategies you would use to engage young people at the beginning who you haven’t met before.

Equal Opportunities Monitoring

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Any questions?

If you have further questions about this role, please contact Steve Korris, Director of Delivery, at steve@mybnk.org

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MyBnk Freelance Trainers (2 UK locations) -
London and The South

The Role

You will be delivering MyBnk programmes to young people of secondary school age (11 – 18) in schools and youth organisations.

We are looking for energetic and engaging individuals with a genuine interest in social change, education and the empowerment of young people.

Application process:

Please send a CV and covering letter to jobs@mybnk.org

Covering letter

MyBnk programmes can run between one and five hours, it is important to establish positive working relationships from the outset.

In your cover letter please describe two strategies you would use to achieve this with a group of young people you haven’t met before.

If you have any questions about this role please contact:

London – Laura M laura.mattson@mybnk.org
South – Laura E laura.ellis@mybnk.org

Equal Opportunities Monitoring

We have attached an Equal Opportunities Monitoring form for completion, PLEASE NOTE THIS IS OPTIONAL

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Corporate volunteering

Opportunities

We know volunteers add ‘real world’ value to our programmes.

Whether it is helping a young person budget for the first time, sharing tips and tricks or mistakes with managing money, or giving them an insight into a career path, our young people gain immensely from volunteers.

MyBnk offers classroom-based volunteering opportunities directly through existing funder partnerships. Unfortunately, at present, we are unable to accommodate ad-hoc requests from individuals.

Recently we have hosted people from MUFG Bank, Old Mutual Wealth UK, Aberdeen Standard Investments, Octopus Group, and BNY Mellon.

Click here if you, or your organisation, is seeking new charity partnerships or contact becky@mybnk.org.

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Pro-bono support

Opportunities

MyBnk needs a strong back office to support our vital work on the frontline.

We welcome volunteers from a range of professions and backgrounds to apply their skillsets and support us on projects where we may lack resources. This could involve, for example, help with our IT,  systems, data analysis, communications or strategic planning.

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