Lead Facilitator

Ultra Education C.I.C is a multi-award-winning social enterprise and the UK’s leading provider of entrepreneurial education in schools and clubs. We believe that all children and young people regardless of background or social standing should have access to essential entrepreneurial education.

We exist to inspire positive and lasting change in the lives of young people who would otherwise suffer from the disadvantage of their starting point. Our work sees us engage with all children and young people particularly those for whom the existing education system does not currently deliver. Our core values support equality, diversity, and the capacity for human capability to go beyond expectations. (duplication of what’s already on the Job page on the website)

We are looking for a Lead Facilitator to manage the team that delivers our entrepreneurship programmes primarily in the London Borough of Brent and surrounding areas. We service a wide range of clients including schools, youth organizations, local authorities, corporates, and parents.

We deliver workshops and assemblies to schools both during and after the school day. In addition, we also offer weekend deliveries and primarily offer face-to-face facilitation.

All of our Facilitators are required to deliver both independently and as part of a team. 

Initial training will be provided to the successful candidate although a requirement for this role is that the individual takes the lead in delivering regular training to the Education Team. Additionally, applications from individuals with an understanding of issues facing young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are preferable but not essential. 

We believe this is an exciting opportunity for anyone who has an interest in supporting the next generation of entrepreneurs, leaders, and innovators.

Key Duties

  • Manage Education team
  • Facilitator Training
  • Liaising with Project Managers
  • Teaching and supporting young people to understand entrepreneurship through a defined pedagogy framework supported by the National Curriculum
  • Planning, preparing, and delivering lessons as well as contributing to post-delivery reviews
  • Assessing, recording, and reporting on the development and progress of students to ensure students aspirations are met
  • Developing new and innovative teaching resources
  • Facilitating a variety of projects 
  • Attending project-specific meetings
  • Attending and co-leading monthly full team training sessions
  • Attending staff meetings to support the smooth running of delivery
  • Contributing to the improvement of the curriculum  
  • Creating content and updating existing content 
  • Establishing a purposeful and safe learning environment
  • Maintaining a clear and positive behaviour system 
  • Working with the wider team to enhance the learning experience 
  • Promoting student achievements
    Supporting project manager with approving invoices


  • Formal Qualification in Teaching/Facilitation
  • Minimum of 5 years experience working with children and/or young people
  • Minimum of 2 years Teaching background
  • Full Enhanced DBS
  • Computer literate
  • Willing to travel 
  • Available to work weekends


  • Interest/experience in business and entrepreneurship


  • Market rates, dependent on experience.


How to apply

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