We currently have the following vacancies:

 

Project Coordinator (STEMM)

Location: Liverpool

Contract: Fixed term (until 31 December 2018)

Working hours: Part time - 14 hours per week (0.4 FTE)

Salary: Grade C £23,903 - £27,427 pro rata per annum (subject to forthcoming job evaluation and grading process)

The WEA is seeking to recruit a Project Coordinator. The post-holder will be a key member of WEA North West Region and will have responsibility for coordinating externally funded projects.  These projects are funded over at least different periods and are focused around developing new STEMM curricula, including new teaching and learning resources, that includes the WEA’s social purpose focus, targeted at grassroots communities. The post-holder will report to the North West’ Business Development Manager.

The post-holder will need to have good project management skills and experience in delivering successful projects within budget. We are looking for someone who has experience of working in or alongside the voluntary sector. You will need to be able to work on your own initiative as well as part of a team. Excellent IT and writing and communication skills are essential for this post as well as an understanding of excellent teaching and learning.

Please click here to download an application pack.

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The closing date for applications is 12 noon Friday 24 March.

Interviews will be held on Monday 3 April 2017. The interviews will be held in the WEA North West regional office in Liverpool.

 

Project Coordinator (Building Family Bridges)

Location: Berkshire

Contract: Fixed term (until 31 October 2019)

Working hours: Part time - 28 hours per week (0.8 FTE)

Salary: Grade C £23,903 - £27,427 pro rata per annum (subject to forthcoming job evaluation and grading process)

The WEA is seeking to recruit a Project Coordinator for the BBO Building Family Bridges project. The post-holder will be responsible for all aspects of the WEA delivery within the Building Better Opportunities (BBO) Building Family Bridges Project in Berkshire.

This role will be responsible for supporting the family support workers with the requirements of the Project, ensuring completion of all the ESF/BL evidence requirements including impact measurement, including collation of data and evidence to support final evaluation, and organising all project networks and meetings.

She/he will work closely with a range of stakeholders which are likely to include; community organisations, employers, WEA members, branches and volunteers. She/he will be expected to represent the WEA and promote both the Association and the value of adult education in relevant contexts.

This post is jointly funded by The Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund.

This is a Building Better Opportunities funded project.

Please click here to download an application pack.

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Closing date for completed applications is 5pm on Friday 10 March 2017.

Interviews will take place week commencing 20 March 2017.

Please note: further vacancies related to the Building Family Bridges project are available via our partner organisations.

 

Project Administrator

Location: Leicester

Contract: Fixed term (until 31 March 2018)

Working hours: Part time - 14 hours per week (0.4 FTE)

Salary: Grade B £18,064 - £21,150 pro rata per annum (subject to forthcoming job evaluation and grading process)

WEA East Midlands Region is a named delivery partner in a Money Advice Project based in Leicester. The project, led by VISTA, and funded through the Money Advice Service, will explore what works best in terms of equipping older people with financial capabilities in later life. In particular project work will test the hypothesis that helping older people to manage their finances through key life events and plan ahead for later life is as much about emotional, psychological and behavioural drivers as it is about having financial knowledge. This will include workshop sessions that enable older people to consider what they want from the rest of their retirement, helping them to address issues that mitigate against good financial planning, for example health barriers, social isolation or poverty, linking people into personal and social networks to help with peer learning, and use of digital technology.

The post-holder will undertake administrative duties on the Money Advice project.  She/he will have experience of working in a community setting in a customer facing role and of processing data and updating project monitoring systems.  They should have experience of preparing promotional materials and using social media as a marketing tool. 

The successful candidate will be computer literate, have good communication skills and preferably be educated to GCSE level or equivalent. 

Please click here to download an application pack.

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Closing date for completed applications is Monday 13 March 2017 at 12 noon.

Interviews will take place in Leicester on Thursday 23 March 2017.

 

Project Coordinator

Location: Leicester

Contract: Fixed term (until 31 March 2018)

Working hours: Part time - 28 hours per week (0.8 FTE)

Salary: Grade C £23,903- £27,427 pro rata per annum (subject to forthcoming job evaluation and grading process)

WEA East Midlands Region is a named delivery partner in a Money Advice Project based in Leicester. The project, led by VISTA, and funded through the Money Advice Service, will explore what works best in terms of equipping older people with financial capabilities in later life. In particular project work will test the hypothesis that helping older people to manage their finances through key life events and plan ahead for later life is as much about emotional, psychological and behavioural drivers as it is about having financial knowledge. This will include workshop sessions that enable older people to consider what they want from the rest of their retirement, helping them to address issues that mitigate against good financial planning, for example health barriers, social isolation or poverty, linking people into personal and social networks to help with peer learning, and use of digital technology”

The post-holder will be responsible for all aspects of the WEA delivery within the Money Advice project. She/he will work closely with a range of stakeholders which are likely to include; community organisations and employers.  She/he will be expected to represent the WEA and promote both the Association and the value of adult education in relevant contexts. 

The successful candidate will organise education provision, promote learning in the four key themes listed above and be able to work to agreed targets in terms of the delivery of course hours, business development opportunities and project outputs.  They will need to attend meetings and be able to effectively disseminate information to their team as appropriate.  An ability to develop, nurture and manage local relationships in the community is also key to this role. Applicants should be educated to degree level or equivalent and hold, have a proven track record of successful project manager and experience of engaging older people and those traditionally considered hard to reach.  Within the role there is a need for flexibility with some evening and weekend work as well as travel within the City of Leicester. 

Please click here to download an application pack.

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Closing date for completed applications is Monday 13 March 2017 at 12 noon.

Interviews will take place in Leicester on Tuesday 21 March 2017.

 

Community Interpreting Tutor

WEA Bristol are looking for a Community Interpreting Tutor to deliver an accredited 'Understanding Community Interpreting' course.

The post holder will need to be a qualified community interpreter with a minimum Level 3 qualification and have current or recent experience working as a community interpreter in public services. You will need to possess a minimum Level  4 Certificate in Education and Training  (QCF) or an equivalent e.g. CTTLS, C&G 7407 Stage 2.

If you are interested in applying please click here to download the application form.

Please submit your completed application form by Friday 24 February 2017 to KWhitehead@wea.org.uk.

If you would like further information or to discuss the post, please contact Kathryn Whitehead on 0117 9166520 or email the address above.

 

Project Administrator – Educational Campaigning within the WEA and affiliated organisations in the North East 1918-28

Location: Newcastle  

Contract: Fixed term contract (until 31 August 2018)

Working hours: Part time - 0.4 FTE (14 hours per week)

Salary: Grade B: £18,064 – £21,150 per annum pro rata (subject to forthcoming job evaluation and grading process)

Educational Campaigning within the WEA and affiliated organisations in the North East 1918-28  is a Heritage Lottery Fund project.  You will be based at our office in Newcastle upon Tyne and the post will require occasional regional and national travel and occasional evening and weekend work.

Your job will be to support the administration and management of the project in relation to financial administration, volunteer support, events management and the generation of management reports.  You will work within a small regional team and with close links to a wider team of colleagues working within north east communities.  You will need to be confident working within a team and also working on your own initiative.  You will have demonstrable IT skills, interpersonal skills and will have a keen attention to detail.  Ideally you will also have a sound knowledge of and passion for adult education and the campaigning role that WEA and affiliated organisations had in the development of adult education.

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Closing date: by noon Friday 10 March 2017

Interviews are planned for the week commencing 20 March 2017.

 

Office Assistant

Location: Exeter

Contract: Temporary (until 30 June 2017)

Working hours: Part time - 21 hours per week (0.6 FTE)

Salary: Grade A £15,379- £15,862 pro rata per annum (subject to forthcoming job evaluation and grading process)

The Workers’ Educational Association is a charity and the UK’s largest voluntary sector provider of adult education. We are a charity with a strong sense of social purpose, dedicated to bringing great teaching into the heart of local communities. All our educational provision is developed with this in mind and our courses can be set up almost anywhere – for example in clubs, community centres, village halls, schools, pubs or where people work.

We are looking for someone to help for 3 days a week in our small but busy Exeter office until the end of June.  The work will mainly be taking telephone calls from students and helping them enrol onto courses as well as data entry so you will need to demonstrate that you are accurate and pay attention to detail as well as having a pleasant, helpful telephone manner and good computer skills. 

We offer generous terms and conditions including 30 days holiday (plus bank holidays), pension scheme – subject to eligibility. Please note holiday entitlement, including bank holidays is pro rata for part time staff.

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The closing date for applications is 9am, Wednesday 8 March 2017

Interviews will be held on Thursday 16 March 2017.