Curriculum Departmental Administrator

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
£25,487.04 to £27,336.12 per annum
Posted
21 Sep 2022
Closes
17 Oct 2022
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

We are looking for a curriculum administrator to support the PA to the Director of Adult and Community Education in the development, implementation and maintenance of systems, processes and procedures for the centre wide and subject specific policies and activities.

The post holder will work as part of a central team who will share responsibility for several tasks and will be the link person with responsibility for specific subject areas. They will liaise with colleagues to ensure that information and advice relating to programmes across the provision is communicated appropriately with staff, students and partner organisations.

The post holder will:

  • Maintain records, both paper based and electronic
  • Contribute to the marketing and promotion of the programme, including course publicity and information and follow-up communications to promote courses.
  • Be a member of the staff team and to support a way of operating that values mutuality, respect, consideration and honesty.
  • Implement Centre policies and procedures, in particular the Single Equality Policy, Learner Welfare Policy and Health and Safety Policy, and be aware of their implications for the performance of duties.
  • Carry out other Centre-wide duties, as reasonably directed, that contribute to the effective and efficient running of the Centre.
  • Undertake an annual appraisal in the role and identify training and development needs.
  • Participate in the evaluation of any training and development undertaken and be prepared to share with other staff the outcomes of staff development activities.

General Information

The Mary Ward Centre offers high quality adult education and community services, covering the areas of Digital Media, Computing & IT, Business and Management, English and Maths, Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences, Health and Social Care, Writing and Publishing, Visual Arts, Music and Singing. 

The Centre’s main premises at 42 Queen Square, Holborn consist of two interconnecting Grade II listed Georgian houses overlooking the Square.  The Centre also holds classes in a second, modern building at Blackfriars Settlement, 1 Rushworth Street, SE1 0RB which is a short walk from Southwark Station.  The atmosphere at both buildings is relaxed and friendly but purposeful.  Students come from all walks of life, both local and London wide (and beyond). Their education, work and life experience varies enormously.

Closing date for applications: Monday 17th October 2022

*Please note we DO NOT accept CVs*

Please apply via the link

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