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Education and Training Projects and Programmes Coordinator - EXPIRED

Job Title Education and Training Projects and Programmes Coordinator - EXPIRED
Contract Type Contract
Location London
Salary £28k per year
Job Published 22 Feb 2016
REF J54662K
Contact Name Education Team
Contact Email

Job Description - EXPIRED

A membership body which develops leadership management and governance across the UK’s universities and HE colleges is currently recruiting for a Programmes and Projects Coordinator on a contract until August 2016 with a possibility of extending.

In this role you will be supporting the development and delivery of new and existing training programmes and development initiatives. You will also coordinate operational aspects and relationships as well as assist in organising development programmes and events.

Key responsibilities of this role include:
1.    Contribute to the process of researching, developing, planning and setting up a range of LF programmes and events, taking place both in the UK and abroad as necessary
2.    Support and contribute to planning meetings (whether internal or external) set up to manage and monitor LF programmes and projects
3.    Coordinate the digital elements and online resources for the relevant programmes
4.    Contract with trainers/speakers, and make other logistical arrangements for a range of LF programmes and events
5.    Coordinate the production of programme/event documentation and joining instructions

Criteria for the role include:
Experience of organising or managing training programmes, events, or similar
An understanding of the uses and benefits of development and training
Experience of work within the Higher Education sector
An understanding of the not-for-profit sector
Knowledge of Goldmine, or a similar CRM database Experience of working with online products or services
Experience of on-line learning

To apply for this role please contact the Education Team quoting reference number J54662KP

Ref: EXPIRED - J54662K | Published: 22th Feb 2016