Are you passionate about changing the lives of young people? Do you think the 10,000 hours young people spend in schools should be safe and bully free environments?

If you answered yes to the above, then we want to hear from you!


£20,000 per annum

London Office

Until January 2020

37.5 Hours per week

Reporting to
Anti-Bullying Training Coordinator

Start Date

Closing Date
Applications will be considered as they come in so you are advised to submit an application ASAP. Final deadline 22nd June 2018


Free barista (london office only)

An extra day off on your birthday!

Pension contributions

Annual training and development contribution

Fun coworking office space


1. Who we are looking for...

To date our ‘Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme’ has trained over 28,000 young people in the UK, empowering them to lead real change in their schools and promote a culture which celebrates and tolerates difference.

We’re looking for another person to join us, as we aim to train thousands more young people across the UK, and by 2020 realise our ambition of being in a third of all schools.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is confident in front of large groups of young people, embraces new opportunities, and who is meticulous in their attention to detail.

With our London office as your base, you will travel across the UK with your Training Coordinator, delivering up to three Ambassador Training Days a week, during term-time. The rest of your time will be spent collaborating with your colleagues to develop resources, organising training events and recording the incredible impact you are having so we can share your success stories. From the moment that you join The Diana Award, you’re part of our family. Everyone has an equal say in how the organisation moves forward as we work towards our shared goal, united by our passion to see young people change the world.

If the above sounds like something that you want to be a part of then submit an application today!


This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the job and the general nature and level of work performed by employees in this role. It is not exhaustive and staff may be required to undertake other reasonable duties commensurate with the role as requested by the line manager.

1. Facilitation

Deliver 3 interactive anti-bullying training days a week (during term time) to large groups of up to 150 young people and staff, across the UK and Ireland.

2. Administration

Support on key administrative duties to ensure smooth running of Anti-Bullying Ambassador training events, to include booking travel, accommodation and preparing resources for training events.

3. Marketing

In collaboration with the Events and Communication teams, support on the recruitment of students and teachers to training events, via email, phone, post, and contribute to social media content.

4. Resource creation and development

Support on the production of curriculum based resources for schools to reinforce the programme’s work, to be used both pre and post training events.

4. Monitoring and Evaluation

Support on monitoring and evaluation of the training (in conjunction with the Research and Policy Analyst). This will include collation of case studies to demonstrate impact of the programme and input of training data

5. Other Duties

  • Prepare and provide regular reports, in line with KPIs and targets set
  • Support on the organisation and delivery of Anti-Bullying Week Conferences and other Anti-Bullying Campaigns or events throughout the year
  • Collaborate with colleagues across the organisation, as and when required. 



  • Ability to address appropriate training content to a wide variety of audiences
  • Excellent time management
  • Excellent IT skills including all Microsoft packages
  • Excellent public speaking and presentation skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills with an ability to communicate at all levels
  • Able to prioritise own workload and deal with competing demands
  • Excellent marketing skills to recruit schools to training events
  • Possess strong teamwork, organisation and communication skills

2. Personal Attributes_

  • Commitment to and ability to inspire commitment to The Diana Award’s vision, values and mission
  • Personal integrity and credibility 
  • Ability to communicate with a wide variety of audiences
  • Commitment to self-development
  • Ability to work well under pressure
  • Driven to achieve great results
  • Energetic, flexible and a willingness to work outside of ‘normal’ office hours and travel across the UK with overnight stays

3. Experience/Knowledge

  • Experience of delivering training to young people or adults
  • An understanding of peer to peer education models
  • Knowledge of current school curriculum
  • Knowledge of issues affecting young people online and offline including bullying, mental health and any influences young people in their peer group
  • Extensive knowledge of child online safety, school and government policies and staff responsibility in executing duties
  • Knowledge of The Diana Award and its services
  • Experience of organising and prioritising a demanding workload to meet deadlines

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