Location
Glasgow
Contract type
Fixed term part-time
Contract until date
Hours
0.7 FTE 24 hours per week
Salary
Grade 6 £17,593 (usual starting salary) – £19,552 per annum
Summary description
WEA have an exciting opportunity for a project Administrator to join a busy team in Glasgow, we are looking for a strong administrator with excellent communication skills and the ability to organise and prioritise.
Description

WEA have an exciting opportunity for a project Administrator to join a busy team in Glasgow, we are looking for a strong administrator with excellent communication skills and the ability to organise and prioritise.

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. At the WEA we’ve been making good things happen since 1903. We are the UK’s largest voluntary sector provider of adult education. We believe that all adults should have access to the opportunities provided by education. That’s why we provide Ofsted-assessed education for our students from all walks of life, right in the heart of their communities.

The role of the post is to service the ESOL Register.  The register is a web hosted data base which allows those wishing to learn ESOL in Glasgow to be registered in one place.  The database holds information on learners which allows the ESOL partnership in Glasgow to allocate places to learners.  All providers use the website to recruit learners including all 3 colleges, WEA, Glasgow Life and the ESOL Forum.  At the moment there are 12,000 people on the register.  4000 are in learning and the remainder are waiting for a place.

This is an important resource in the city in terms of the management and planning of ESOL and the allocation student places.  The register is currently under development and this is an exciting time to be working on this important resource.  The ideal candidate will have experience in databases and spreadsheets.  They should be able to create pivot tables and the ability to carry out conditional formatting.

To apply for this role, you will need to submit a cover letter (maximum of 2 pages) which details how you meet the requirements set out in the Job Description and Person Specification together with a summary CV. Please ensure that your completed application is emailed to recruitment@wea.org.uk 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 sufficient number of applications.

WEA are proud to be a living wage employer.

Closing date and time
Interview date
Interview location
Kilmarnock