Would you like the satisfaction of knowing that your work helps to make a real and significant difference to the lives of our adoptive children and families? PACT is one of the leading voluntary adoption agencies in the UK and has been at the forefront of adoption services for more than 60 years.
As a result of our many years of experience supporting adopters, we understand how important it is to ensure adopters get the right support at a time that works for them. The Adopter Hub is an important part of the support we offer and was developed by PACT in order to provide online support, learning opportunities and information for both adopters and professionals working with adoptive families.
As Manager of The Adopter Hub you will be responsible for managing the content and delivery of the online adopter support platform, ensuring it is resourced, fit for purpose and operates successfully. You will manage the relationships with our external digital support agency and recruit, train and support a team of volunteer online adoption supporters.
You can find out more about The Adopter Hub at www.theadopterhub.org although please bear in mind that, due to the sensitivity of the subject matter, most of the content is behind a secure log-in.
Ideally, we are looking for someone with experience of developing and delivering content on a web-based platform including webchat, webinars and eLearning alongside experience of managing and developing support teams. An appreciation of the needs of looked after children and experience of working in an adoption, adoption support or education setting would be a real advantage.
This is a permanent, full time appointment, based in Reading offering a salary in the range £28,942 - £35,373 pa.
Interested? If you feel excited about this role and would like to join an organisation that offers a supportive working culture, please apply by completing an application form and sending it to PACT_HR@pactcharity.org
Closing date for applications is Monday 29th July and interviews will be held on Monday 12th August.