Business Development Officer
Fixed term contract for one year
Salary: £31, 953 to £35, 961
AN EXCITING NEW POST
Are you innovative? Someone with excellent sales and marketing skills? We are looking for a Sales Executive to successfully generate new income opportunities and partners to support the expansion and growth of our course offer.
Are you able to build links with clients, community groups and appropriate businesses to maximise potential opportunities and provide excellent adult learning in the heart of London? Then apply for this job.
Please quote reference number: ED/WAES/762
Closing Date: extended to 2 October 2017
Business Development Officer Job Description
Salary range - £24, 135 to £28, 440
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an HR Administrator to join the busy HR team at Westminster Adult Education Service.
You will work closely with the Head of HR to provide a comprehensive, efficient and customer focussed HR administrative support service to support Managers and ensure staff are dealt with appropriately throughout the employment lifecycle.
Administrative experience in a human resources environment is essential with knowledge and experience of recruitment processes and payroll an advantage
You will have excellent written communication, IT and organisation skills, as well as a good eye for detail, the ability to multi-task, work under pressure and manage competing priorities You must be able to deal with staff and customers in a polite and courteous way
Please quote reference number: ED/WAES/767
Closing date: 6 October 2017
HR Administrator Job Description
Community Engagement Officer (Part time)
Salary range: £ 10, 644 to £11,845 (actual salary based on 18 hours per week for 40 weeks)
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Westminster’s leading community provider and specialist adult college, set in the heart of one of London’ s most diverse, vibrant communities.
Each year we engage with over 3000 community learners across the borough working in partnership with over 60 organisations.
This new role will be exciting, flexible, and fast paced and you will be helping to support, develop and deliver a successful Community Learning offer
So if you have a passion for helping people to gain access to learning and skills opportunities working as Community Engagement Officer is ideal for you.
What to expect?
The role is flexible up to 18 hours a week over 40 weeks,
Although the work is generally office-based, a certain amount of time will be travelling to meet clients or training providers, or to attend courses or meetings.
The work often requires sensitivity, creativity and determination to overcome barriers and engage learners. Be prepared for setbacks before success is achieved.
Government initiatives are encouraging lifelong learning and increasing access to education in areas of the community that traditionally have not taken part before, e.g. the homeless, those with substance addiction, perpetrators/victims of crime or domestic violence, which may involve challenging work.
Undertaking the administration of provision
Community engagement to increase participation in informal, educational and recreational activities.
Engaging with individuals and community groups, such as residents' associations, parents' groups and young people;
Community capacity building through supporting the development of community or local voluntary groups;
Supporting the sourcing of grants and funding for community projects.
A good level of English is required and knowledge of the Arabic language is desirable.
Please quote reference number: ED/WAES/766
Closing date: 6 October 2017
PT Community Engagement Officer Job Description
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