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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

Regional Education Officer Midlands

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 organise and deliver MyBnk’s programmes in youth organisations and schools across the Midlands. While not geographically restricted, we envisage a majority of delivery to happen within the West Midlands and the western parts of the East Midlands.  Programme delivery will be centred around supporting more in need young adults aged 16-25.

How to apply

Please send a CV and covering letter to jobs@mybnk.org by Monday 14th February, 12pm.

Any questions?

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

Job Description

MyBnk Freelance Trainer

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.

Any questions?

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

Job Description

Evaluation Assistant

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

The Evaluation Assistant role will be one part of a three person evaluation team. You will play a central role in managing MyBnk’s evaluation systems including survey tools, databases, planning documents and analysis spreadsheets. You will conduct work across the majority of MyBnk’s evaluation projects and have varied opportunities to work on planning frameworks, quantitative and qualitative data, conducting interviews and focus groups, analysis and report writing. The role will require both strong team and independent working.

How to apply

Please send a CV and covering letter to jobs@mybnk.org. Also state if you have particular contract preferences including availability.

Any questions?

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

Job Description

Regional Partnerships Manager Scotland

Background

MyBnk have had a full-time presence in Scotland since 2019, based in the central belt. We have two regional education officers who support c.1000 young people a year. Half of them being vulnerable young adults aged 16-25, the other half are in primary and secondary schools. We have secured funding to open our award winning The Money House youth homelessness programme in Glasgow in 2022, which will require the addition of this management role, as well as two further delivery roles.

The Role

This role will oversee all MyBnk’s operations in Scotland. You will lead our Scotland team, managing both existing and new staff. You will play a key role in coordinating and developing the relationships needed for MyBnk to continue its integration into Scottish schools, local youth provision and the local authority landscape.

How to apply

Please send a CV and covering letter to jobs@mybnk.org. Also state if you have particular contract preferences including availability.

Any questions?

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

Job Description

Regional Partnerships Manager Midlands

Background

MyBnk are a UK charity supporting 20-30k young people a year, operating out of four 4 hubs across England and Scotland. We have secured funding to open a Midlands hub based out of Birmingham. The Midlands hub will initially focus around MyBnk’s The Money House and Money Works programmes for vulnerable young adults aged 16 – 25.

The Role

This role will oversee all MyBnk’s operations in the Midlands. You will lead our Midlands team, managing both The Money House and other delivery staff. You will play a key role in coordinating and developing the relationships needed for MyBnk effectively deliver education workshops young people across the midlands.

Any questions?

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

Job Description

Education Officer

The Role

We are looking for an energetic and engaging person with a passion for education and the empowerment of young people. We highly value those with lived experience relating social inequality.

You must:

  • Have a unique and creative style of delivery, and ability to ‘wow’ young people, taking them on a memorable learning journey.
  • Have a minimum of two years’ experience delivering content to young people. Ideally you will have worked with different types of young people, varying in group size, age, background, ability and setting.
  • Have a Level 3 AET or PTLLS qualification or carry out this qualification with the support of MyBnk upon employment.

How to apply

Please send a CV and covering letter to jobs@mybnk.org. Please state if you have particular contract preferences including availability.

Any questions?

If you have any questions about this role, please consult our website or contact Fiona Montgomery, Head of School Age Education – on 020 3581 9920 or email fiona@mybnk.org

Job Description

Digital & Systems Manager

The Role

We are seeking a dynamic IT professional and strategic thinker, able to manage and lead technical projects and systems development across MyBnk. You will drive MyBnk’s continuing platform development and digital transformation. You will have strong analytical and interpersonal skills.

How to apply

Please send a CV and covering letter to jobs@mybnk.org by 13th December 2021.

Any questions?

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

Job Description

Trustees

The Roles

MyBnk is seeking five new Trustees who will strengthen our Board in key strategic areas to help us achieve and exceed our vision of a financially capable generation.

Candidates will have a focus on:

  • Digital.
  • PR & Communications.
  • Young Trustee.
  • Education.
  • Social Influencer.

How to apply

To find out more, please visit www.mybnk-trustees.co.uk.

If you’d like an informal conversation about any of the roles, please call Robert Muncaster or Aino Betts at Cadence Partners on +44 020 7947 4960 or email us at mybnk-trustees@cadencepartners.co.uk.

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Facilitation and Logistics Team Assistant - Kickstart Scheme

The Role

Kickstart is a Government Scheme for 16 – 24 year olds who are claiming Universal Credit – MyBnk have 3 Kickstart vacancies available.

Job Summary

In this role you will develop organisation skills, interpersonal and communication skills and attention to detail.

How to apply

Speak with your Work Coach and ask them to refer you for your preferred MyBnk vacancy. You cannot apply without first being referred by your Work Coach.

Your Work Coach will then ask you to apply to MyBnk. Your application should consist of your CV and a cover letter, which should include why you would like to work for MyBnk, what attracts you to the role and why you think you would be good at it.

If you have taken part in a MyBnk programme do mention this in your application.

Job Description

Communications Team Assistant - Kickstart Scheme

The Role

Kickstart is a Government Scheme for 16 – 24 year olds who are claiming Universal Credit – MyBnk have 3 Kickstart vacancies available.

Job Summary

In this role you will develop your written, social media, design and video skills to produce key materials and support a busy charity communications team.

You will learn how to engage audiences through various communications channels whilst gaining valuable experience of working at a leading education charity for young people.

How to apply

Speak with your Work Coach and ask them to refer you for your preferred MyBnk vacancy. You cannot apply without first being referred by your Work Coach.

Your Work Coach will then ask you to apply to MyBnk. Your application should consist of your CV and a cover letter, which should include why you would like to work for MyBnk, what attracts you to the role and why you think you would be good at it.

If you have taken part in a MyBnk programme do mention this in your application.

Job Description

Money House Team Assistant - Kickstart Scheme

The Role

Kickstart is a Government Scheme for 16 – 24 year olds who are claiming Universal Credit – MyBnk have 3 Kickstart vacancies available.

Job Summary

In this role you will develop administrative, interpersonal and communication skills while learning about youth work and what goes in to developing successful and engaging sessions for young people.

Your time will be split between the office and delivery teams for The Money House, a homelessness prevention programme working with young people aged 16-25.

You will support the Project Manager and their team, work with the Head of Education for Young Adults and assist our Money House Trainers with delivery of the programme to young people.

How to apply

Speak with your Work Coach and ask them to refer you for your preferred MyBnk vacancy. You cannot apply without first being referred by your Work Coach.

Your Work Coach will then ask you to apply to MyBnk. Your application should consist of your CV and a cover letter, which should include why you would like to work for MyBnk, what attracts you to the role and why you think you would be good at it.

If you have taken part in a MyBnk programme do mention this in your application.

Job Description

Freelance Trainers – South of England

The Role

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

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.

Job Description

Freelance Trainers - London

We currently need trainers to deliver all our programmes aimed at ages 7 – 25.

We are looking for energetic and engaging individuals with a genuine interest in social change, education and the empowerment of young people. You will be provided with comprehensive training to deliver the MyBnk programmes.

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.

Job Description

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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