Work Based Learning (WBL) forms a significant part of the University commercial portfolio and the introduction of degree apprenticeships will see this area continue to grow. This post will be part of the WBL team within the Enterprise and Innovation Directorate and will play a supporting role in the administration of this portfolio.
Main Purpose of Role:
The purpose of the role is to implement and monitor robust and efficient compliance for the full WBL portfolio. This will include the development and updating of procedures, protocols and policies accordingly ensuring that External requirements are met.
Overview of The Role:
Work Based Learning (WBL) forms a significant part of the University commercial portfolio and includes the development of CPD short courses in addition to degree apprenticeships. This post is part of the WBL team within the Enterprise and Innovation Directorate and plays a key role in ensuring compliance within the Apprenticeship portfolio.
The candidate needs to be dynamic, hardworking and a self-starter. To undertake the role successfully the post holder will be required to work under their own initiative and will be expected to work with both internal and external stakeholders to ensure all documentation and paperwork is administrated, stored and completed in line with requirements e.g. apprenticeship contracts, set up of delivery partners and data capture.
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Early application is encouraged
Please submit a comprehensive CV and Covering Letter within one document, ensuring to include the reference number.
Closing date Midnight Sunday 14th August 2022.
Please ensure you give a detailed account of your skills and experience and how you meet the stated criteria of the position.
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|Salary||£26,309 - £32,261 per annum pro rata, Grade D on annual increment|
|Hours||37 hours per week|
|Application closing date||Midnight Sunday 14th August 2022|