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The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award 

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Role description: Dof



 

E C0-ordinator



Hours:   

Variable (Dependent on scale of Licenced Organisation)



Reports to:  

DofE Manager 



Appointed by:  DofE Manager 

Key contacts:  DofE Manager, DofE Leaders, DofE Award Verifier, DofE Administrator 

 

Summary and main purpose

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) is a UK charity that makes a difference to young people’s lives and 

prepares them for life and work. Over 275,000 young people per year from every possible background take 

part in the DofE programme to broaden their horizons, develop their leadership skills, learn to work with others, 

volunteer in their local communities, increase their employability, and prove to themselves they can succeed at a 

serious challenge.

DofE Co-ordinators perform a vital role on behalf of the Charity and the Licensed Organisation. They are the 

person who sets up and manages the DofE in a centre. They support the DofE Leaders and oversee the groups. 

The role of a DofE Co-ordinator varies, depending on the type of Licensed Organisation they are working in. 

For example, in a Directly Licensed Centre, the tasks of a DofE Co-ordinator might be carried out by the DofE 

Manager, or some of them may be delegated to the DofE Leaders. In a National Operating Authority, the DofE 

Co-ordinator may manage a geographical area (such as a County), which has many different groups running 

DofE. In an Operating Authority, the DofE Co-ordinator is likely to be based in the location where DofE is being 

run, such as a school or youth club and might also act as the DofE Leader.

The key tasks of the role are to:

Young people

KT1. 


Ensure the delivery of high quality programmes to young people in DofE groups.

KT2. 


Manage the provision of a safe and enjoyable DofE programme for participants in DofE groups.

KT3.  


Encourage the use of eDofE by participants and agree the completion of Awards (where appropriate).

KT4.  


Celebrate achievements as often as possible.

Licensed Organisation

KT5. 


Manage and support DofE Leaders - support them in their role and ensure they have undergone 

 

appropriate training. 



KT6.  

Actively manage the recruitment of new DofE Leaders when necessary.

KT7.  

Ensure that all adults working with young people have been appropriately checked and approved.



KT8.  

Keep in regular contact with the DofE Manager and DofE Leaders.

KT9. Use 

eDofE to actively manage the DofE centre and DofE groups.

KT10.   Respond to requests from the Licensed Organisation in a timely manner.

KT11.  Ensure that all necessary expedition paperwork has been appropriately submitted to the 

 

Licensed Organisation.



General

KT12. Use 



eDofE to measure the performance of the DofE centre and to keep abreast of participation rates 

 

and completions.



KT13.   Be a champion for the DofE within the DofE centre and actively promote the DofE within the

 

local community.



KT14.  Attend meetings with the Licensed Organisation as necessary to keep up-to-date with developments,

 

plans and training opportunities etc.



Other considerations

DofE Co-ordinators must undertake the e-induction and Introduction to the DofE courses.

Further training may be undertaken by completing the DofE Leadership Programme.

THE DUKE OF

EDINBURGH’S AWARD


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DofE Manager’s Pack

 

Essential: 

•  An ability to communicate with adults and young 

people, both verbally and in writing.

•  An ability to organise and plan effectively.

•  IT literate.

•  Ability to manage staff and volunteers effectively.

•  Able to provide inspirational leadership and motivate 

adults and young people.

•  Build, maintain and facilitate effective working 

relationships with a wide range of people.

•  Plan, manage and monitor own tasks and time.

Qualities:

•  Integrity.

•  Respected decision maker.

•  Committed to ensuring high standards.

•  Commitment to DofE’s guiding principles.

•  Flexible approach.

•  Self-motivated.

Desirable:

 Experience of running DofE 

programmes.

•  Volunteer or staff management.

•  Knowledge of current issues 

affecting young people. 

•  Experience of working with         

young people.



DofE Co-ordinator: Skills and knowledge


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