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guildford | £22,500
location: surrey international study centre contract type: full time - permanent (37.5 hours) salary: up to £22,500 per annum job overview the purpose of the role is to support the administration manager with the delivery of an efficient academic admin and student focussed support service. this support includes and is not limited to reception, induction and registration, academic administration and general admin support to students and the academic team. key responsibilities providing a consistent, accurate and friendly customer reception service to visitors, students and staff, identifying problems which lead to poor service and contributing to reviewing the quality of service provided.filtering student enquiries, directing them appropriately within the isc to the leadership team, academic staff and the student experience team.participating in centre events and activities including registration, arrivals, induction and assessment periods.supporting the student experience team during peak periods in the academic calendar and with the workload.dealing with students’ day-to-day administrative needs.working with the student data specialist to maintain, monitor and report on attendance records.collating and entering data, including updating spreadsheets and databases and extracting data for reporting.supporting the academic and quality officer with the administration of quality processes including assessments, extenuating circumstances and academic integrity.assisting with timetabling administration.to promote and safeguard the welfare of students with whom you come into contact.fostering productive relationships with the student body and members of staff.to assist with providing administration cover for staff absence and during peak periods.to represent the student experience team on isc committees, as appropriate.any other duties as directed by the administration manager.assisting with the organisation, promotion and delivery of social events for students. experience required working in an administrative role.working with international studentsworking in a higher education or further education environmentusing data management systems i.e. progressopresenting information to an audience good knowledge of microsoft office, in particular, intermediate word and excel skillsmeticulous attention to detailworking under pressure and to deadlines.experience in using a variety of it platforms/software such as moodle, zoom and microsoft teamsexperience in academic timetabling about us we are a global pathway provider in international education, working collaboratively with over 50 universities around the world, offering over 500 undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes. voted as 2017, 2018, 2020, and 2021 global pathway provider of the year, our people are united with the shared ambition of providing a world-class education to talented students from across the globe. with a truly global outlook and offices all over the world, our international team uses its expertise, knowledge, and commitment to create opportunities and add value. we are determined to grow and innovate in our field, providing our students and partners with high-quality outcomes across the higher education space. organisational compliance study group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students and expects all staff and volunteers to share the same dedication. applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role, including checks with past employers, an enhanced check from the disclosure and barring service (dbs) and overseas criminal records if appropriate.
Closing on 09 Nov
reigate | £29,291
the starting salary for this role is £29,291 per annum for working 36 hours per week. at surrey fire and rescue service we are putting prevention at the heart of our service. we are looking for a talented person who is ready for the challenge of engaging with our community, helping people to keep themselves safe and ensuring that the most vulnerable are supported where we can. are you a confident and clear communicator with experience of working in an educational setting? do you have the ability to prepare and deliver high quality presentations to different age groups in different settings? are you willing and able to communicate with a wide variety of age ranges, delivering safety messages and activities in anything from a 1:1 meeting to a group of young people? would you like to use these skills in a fire service setting? we are looking for an exceptional communicator who is able to help shape our education programmes with the support and guidance of the education manager and a team of education officers. you will have a strong interest in sharing safety messages with children and young people and helping them to influence other members of the community with their safety knowledge. you must have experience of working with children and young people and be able to show us how this work has helped create more positive outcomes for them. you should also be able to evidence good written and verbal communication skills. you will report to the education manager and be part of the education, children and young people team. you will be one of a team of education officers who will also help to deliver targeted youth engagement activities, including as a youth engagement scheme (yes) instructor and as a firewise advisor, as well as delivering the education programmes. firewise uses education to help children and young people stop setting fires through 1:1 sessions. yes is a practical, drill yard based, 5 day course for 13-16 year olds that uses fire-fighting skills to help them engage with education and the community. we will provide specialist training in the area of working with children that set fires and specific training to become a yes instructor to ensure you can both use the skills you already have in working with children and young people and develop new skills. this position will require you to work in a variety of locations including schools, fire stations and private homes across surrey, with school visits being mostly, but not solely, in the geographical area of surrey heath and woking boroughs. on appointment, you will receive a full induction to the organisation and role and have access to regular supervision and continuous professional development (cpd). to be shortlisted for interview and presentation, you will need to evidence that you meet the qualifications, knowledge and experience criteria as listed in the attached job description. if you think you could be the person we are looking for, we would love to receive your application. additional informationthe job advert closes at 23:59 on 05/10/2022. interviews will take place during the week commencing 17/10/2022. previous applicants need not apply. an enhanced dbs ‘disclosure and barring service’ check for regulated activity (formerly known as crb) will be required for this role. for more information, please visit the surrey fire and rescue service website. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile phone will be supplied as well as access to a service vehicle. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit mybenefits for surrey county council staff. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 04 Nov
ashwell | £26,446
somerset county council has an exciting opportunity for a post 16 education officer to join our virtual school & learning support team based in taunton. you will join us on a full time, permanent basis and in return, we are offering a competitive salary of £26,446 - £30,095 per annum. about the post 16 education officer role: this post within the post 16 team is intended to promote better educational outcomes for children looked after (cla). the role of the virtual school & learning support team when working with children looked after is to: promote high aspirations and raise achievement for cla through challenge, support and targeted interventionensure that children and young people in care access high quality learningenable cla to make progress and catch up on lost learningwork closely with all partners involved in the care and education of looked after children and young peopleprovide advice and guidance to relevant parties supporting the education of previously looked after children and young people (plac)support children and young people in care to engage meaningfully in education, employment, and training. here's what you can expect to be doing as our post 16 education officer: we ensure that every post 16 young person in care is engaged in education, employment, or training, has a current personal education plan, and is supported in making sustainable choices about their future. each young person must have clear outcomes agreed through a personal education plan so that the virtual school & learning support team can accurately support and monitor their progress. you will need to liaise with the vs&lst, colleagues in colleges, as well as children’s social care, to support, monitor and help deliver on the agreed plans. there will also be significant opportunities to identify and create opportunities for young people to engage with education, employment or training and to work directly with young people, through meeting to discuss their aspirations or supporting them 1-2-1 or in small groups in their education or other settings. we recognise the importance of a good work life balance and do everything we can to accommodate flexible working, including some working from home what are we looking for in our post 16 education officer? you will be passionate about improving the life opportunities for children and young people in care, proactive, flexible and solution focused. why choose somerset county council? we promote a healthy work-life balance and offer flexible working arrangements wherever possible, including working from home.generous annual leave allowance, with the opportunity to purchase additional leave.staff discounts in gyms.employee assistance for the times you may need some support and a variety of employee wellbeing services.auto enrolment onto our generous pension scheme and optional pension enhancement through our additional voluntary contribution scheme.a flexible benefits scheme via salary sacrifice to obtain a cycle for work and health screenings.my staff shop offering discounts in shops, online shopping, restaurants, cinema tickets, insurance benefits and more. closing date: 2nd october 2022if you feel you have the skills and experience to join us as our post 16 education officer,then please click ‘apply’ now, we’d love to hear from you! please note this post requires a criminal check via the disclosure procedure. we recommend applying as soon as possible. depending on the level of response, we anticipate conducting interviews and potentially making an offer, ahead of the closing date.
Closing on 17 Oct