Job Title: Tours Educational Officer
Reporting to: Stadium Tour and Museum Manager
Contract Type: Part-Time (22.5 Hours per Week)
Department: Tour and Museum
Job Function: Design and Produce Educational Programmes for Tours Groups
- To design and produce education programme content and promotional materials to schools and higher education facilities.
- To communicate and engage with target number of schools across a range of boroughs in key targeted areas for the club.
- Review existing educational output and enhance existing packages.
- Devise new products that complement upgrades to the museum.
- Ensure all printed material/hand-outs is correct, on-brand and within budget.
- To build and maintain a positive working relationship with schools and key partners Co-ordinate and schedule all educational sessions.
- To be a positive role model, creating a safe, positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and young people to learn.
- To undertake any Tour and Museum activities that maybe required in addition to the role.
- To carry out duties regarding relevant legislation, policies and procedures.
- Carry out regular reviews of product(s).
Measures of Performance:
To achieve KPI targets for programme.
To schedule and organise each school's visits within the programme.
Clear and concise communication.
Ensure all information is GDPR compliant.
Ensure all stock levels of printed materials are updated.
Accurate and informative to line manager when required.
Positive feedback from customers.
Working in a school environment
Understanding schools curriculum needs and challenges
Understanding of young people and their needs
Creative mind-set to help design and implement schools programme
A good understanding of community sport
Knowledge of government agendas related to education and young people
Ability to use a range of ICT and Multimedia for design and delivery
- HLTA qualification or equivalent
- Working towards youth Modules 1 and 2
- Current safeguarding children & first aid certificate.
- An understanding of funding streams
- Experience of working within a range of educational settings
- Budget management experience
Skills and abilities:
Able to deliver high quality sessions and the ability to mentor and educate young people and teachers.
Multi-tasking and problem solving.
Ability to work in a confident and flexible manner, and understand the importance of private and confidential material.
ICT literate and administration skills.
The Employee must at all times carry out his/her responsibilities with due regard to Chelsea Football Club policies and procedures in particular Health & Safety, Financial Authorisation, Confidentiality and with regard to the Data Protection Act. The Employee must act to protect all young people and vulnerable adults that are in their care or attending the Company's premises. The Employee must report any misconduct or suspected misconduct to the Safeguarding Lead.
Chelsea Football Club and the Foundation is fully committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of all children, young people and adults at risk (vulnerable groups) that are in our care or attending our premises. As a consequence, Chelsea FC may require any successful applicants to complete a DBS Check prior to working at our premises. Successful applicants may also be required to undergo other child protection screening appropriate to the post applied for.
The Employee must ensure a positive commitment towards equality and diversity by treating others fairly and not committing any form of direct or indirect discrimination, victimisation or harassment of any description and to promote positive working relations amongst Employees and customers.
The above Job Description is not intended to be exhaustive, the duties and responsibilities may therefore vary over time according to the changing needs of the Club.