Funding & Compliance Co-ordinator - Hybrid Working

Agile working with hybrid and remote options available

Westminster City Council is committed to creating a City for All where people are born into a supportive and safe environment, grow and learn throughout their lives, build fantastic careers in world-leading industries. Westminster Adult Education Service is the City Council’s adult education service and the largest local authority adult education service in London and one of the largest nationally.   

We provide life-changing learning opportunities for our learners through our qualification courses, apprenticeship programmes and extensive community-based provision. We work to adapt to the changing needs of our communities – resulting in a dynamic atmosphere where ambition, diversity and creativity are celebrated. We are on our journey to outstanding and want people who share our vision of attaining excellence to join us.  

If you want to join an organisation that makes a difference in people’s lives, we want to hear from you.   

The Role: 

You will co-ordinate all Funding and Compliance for the service, providing high quality funding advice to the curriculum teams and ensuring all aspects of our funding and ILR remain compliant. This includes any subcontracted provision where you will work closely with providers to monitor contracts.

Working to the Head of MIS and Exams, this exciting opportunity will allow you to lead and manage the funding processes within the MIS team including the curriculum planning, timetabling and achievement monitoring with all elements playing a large part towards funding compliance.

About You:

Experience within MIS or funding teams within further education and experience of ILR and funding processes including curriculum planning is required. This role is an opportunity for those looking to further develop their skills within MIS and funding.

What we offer: 

We are passionate about our aim to be an inclusive workplace for all that reflects the communities we serve, and we believe everyone is valued; we particularly welcome applicants from underrepresented backgrounds, including BAME, LGBTQ+ and those with hidden or visible disabilities.   

The Service offers a competitive salary and employment benefits including a public sector pension scheme, generous holiday allowance and opportunities for Continuous Professional Development.  

Please quote ED/WAES/2078 in all correspondence for this role.

To apply please download the Job Description and then complete the Application Form and EO Monitoring Form from our website.

Please ensure you address all the role and person criteria when completing your supporting statement.

Closing date for this post is 9am Monday 20 February 2023.

Interview and assessments for this post will take place week commencing 27 February 2023.

CVs will not be accepted for this post.

A Basic DBS is required for this post.

Please apply via the link