Advice and Training Manager – full time

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We’re looking for a skilled Advice and Training manager to develop our training programmes to help our volunteers and staff get the most out of learning opportunities at YouthNet.

Over the next year YouthNet will be recruiting more volunteers than ever for a broad range of roles, from content creation to advice-giving. As YouthNet’s training lead you’ll be responsible for ensuring they gain the skills and information they need through your excellent training and support.

Sitting on YouthNet’s Content Team but working regularly with our Engagement and Support team and Volunteer Manager, you will delivering face-to-face training and co-creation sessions with diverse groups of young people and professionals. You’ll also have shared responsibility for recruiting and managing our relationships advisors.

This is a role with many opportunities for development, from overseeing YouthNet’s accreditation programme to helping us improve our e-learning user journey.

The right candidate will have excellent digital learning design and development skills, a flexible, adaptable attitude, and a demonstrable passion for working with young people.

To find out more, please have a look at the job description.

If this sounds like the job for you, we would love to hear from you.  To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter to Please be sure to include examples of any learning programmes you have designed.

Closing date for applications is Monday 6th July, 10am.

Interviews are scheduled for the following week

No agencies please!


Senior Development Manager

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The Senior Development Manager’s role in the organisation is to maximise YouthNet’s income in line with the overall organisational strategy.

In this role you will personally win and develop long term relationships, build networks and work with key stakeholders to create links with potential partners. Additionally you will work closely with existing partners in order to maximise income.

As part of a Development Team of 5, you will steward donors to maximise the value of each supporter, providing opportunities for donors to become closer to the cause and become passionate about our work. You will develop programme specific expenditure budgets, ensuring accurate forecasting and strong financial management, and have ownership of annual income targets. This role is primarily responsible for Trust, Government and EU funding but as part of a small team you will also raise income from corporates.

The right candidate will have excellent relationship building and management skills, a solid and demonstrable record of fundraising successes and know how to communicate a great story to potential funders and partners.

To find out more, please have a look at the Job description here – Senior Development Manager YN.

If this sounds like the job for you and you have a passion for delivering great digital services for and with young people, we would love to hear from you.  To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter to, letting us know how you fit the bill for our requirements in the job description, including examples of your previous fundraising success.

Please apply asap, as we will be considering applications as they come in.

No agencies please!