Programme Coordinator (Food and Drink)
18.5 hours per week (with the possibility of going to full time in the future)
The Grimsby Institute Group is a large, innovative, dynamic and financially sound organisation. We are officially an “outstanding” educational provider.
Are you looking for an exciting challenge? Do you enjoy working as part of a team? Are you an experienced Apprenticeship trainer/assessor from the food and drink industry? Are you internal verification qualified, do you enjoy programme design and quality controls? If the answer to the above is yes then we have the role for you.
We are currently recruiting a Programme Coordinator, initially part time (dependant on caseload) this is a new role working with one of our key clients to ensure the success of their apprenticeship programmes. Responsibilities will include overall coordination and management of the Apprentice learner journey which includes functional skills and attainment of all elements of the framework or standard in a timely manner in partnership with the employer.
You will be the link between the Grimsby Institute Group and the employer and offer and onsite service in line with agreed requirements. Please see the Job description for more information.
If you would like an informal chat please contact me on the below. Lucy Ottewell on ext. 1334 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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The closing date for this advert is 16th August 2017
The Grimsby Institute Group is committed to Prevent Duty and promoting British Values within the workplace. Safeguarding is a priority for us, as well as ensuring the welfare of children and young people and we expect the same commitment from all staff and volunteers. All posts are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Clearance through the DBS, and other checks may also be required.
Please note that all employees must have Literacy and Numeracy to at least Level 2 or will be expected to obtain during their probationary period.