News | Dec 12 2017

Vacancy for a Service Design Specialist

Generation Change is excited to be recruiting a Service Design Specialist alongside Dartington Service Design Lab, to deliver our Impact Accelerator.

For full details of this vacancy can be found here

Service Design Specialist

Location: Remotely (anywhere in the UK) or in the Dartington area, Devon.

Salary/Grade: £33,437 – £46,644

Hours of work: 35 hours per week; permanent (part time may be considered)

Accountable to: Deputy Lab Director

Job Summary

Responsible for leading innovative service design initiatives that blend science-based and user-centred design approaches. In addition, the Service Design Specialist is expected to contribute to the development of Generation Change’s ‘Impact Accelerator’ scheme, in partnership with the Lab, by delivering bespoke guidance and support to a range of delivery organisations working in youth social action. They will also contribute to the development of the Lab’s overall methodology for use of the Confidence Framework in service design settings.

A key aspect of this position is the development and management of a large and complex project delivered in partnership with Generation Change. This will include 3 days a week (0.6 FTE) of working primarily with Generation Change and Lab partners that are working on this project. The role will involve working with multiple stakeholders to support improved outcomes via organisational development, and disseminating learning both within the project and beyond.

How to apply

A full job description, person specification and an application form is available on request by emailing: recruiting@dartington.org.uk

Applications close at 5pm, Monday 15th Jan 18; 

Shortlisting will take place in the week commencing 15th Jan 18;

Interviews 29th, 30th and 31st Jan 18 tbc


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