Are you skilled in developing and delivering adult education opportunities? Can you secure the partnerships and funding to take Britain’s leading educational charity to the next level?
About the role
Empowering us to deliver inspiring education and learning opportunities, you will drive continuous improvement in teaching and assessment across your region. What’s more, we will look to you to forge and build key partnerships, actively develop new business and identify new sources of funding, so you will enjoy considerable impact on our bottom line. But you won’t just be the catalyst that transforms our students: you’ll do the same for your colleagues and our vital volunteers, building on our commitment to being Investors in People. Depending on your skills and interests, you could find yourself taking the lead in English, Maths and ESOL; focusing on tutor or curriculum development; driving our digital leadership; acting as our safeguarding lead; or leading crucial cross-regional projects.
Our students are as diverse as Britain itself, and it’s vital that our team reflects the country’s make-up. But whatever your background, you’ll possess the skills to operate in the foreground: extensive experience of strategic development in adult education, strong new business skills, real flair for relationship building and great report-writing and presentation abilities. You’ll also bring passion in spades and willingness to exceed our expectations every day.
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, we encourage you to apply in advance of the given closing date as we reserve the right to close this vacancy when we have received a sufficient number of applications.
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