As Leadership Coaching Officer, I project manage the coaching offer for second year participants on the Frontline programme. I am responsible for the operational planning for leadership coaching activity which includes supporting and overseeing our network of coaches.
I started at Frontline in a different role after graduating from university. At the time I was applying for lots of jobs but once I’d done my research, the charity’s mission really resonated with me and I set my heart on working here! Working at a relatively small, newly established charity was also really appealing as I felt this would allow me to get stuck in and make an impact.
There have been some great opportunities for personal development and I’ve gained experience in stakeholder and project management, as well as building my confidence, resilience and ability to analyse and make sound decisions.
Working at Frontline is fast-paced but that doesn’t mean we don’t make time for fun! There is a real sense of community here and it’s great to work with people who have real passion for what they are doing.
Team: Leadership Development
Job title: Leadership Coaching Officer
Frontline, 1 Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R 4SR
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