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The Access Project
E1W, London
£21,000 (plus £2,000 London weighting), rising by £1,000 after 6 months and £1,000 after 12 months subject to performance
MEET in Oxford
Multiple Locations
£29,636 pro rata for 18 hours
We are looking for an enthusiastic and organised person to support us to consolidate and develop this trauma focused therapy service.
Shelter
Birmingham
£17,550 pa + excellent benefits (pro rata, fixed term contract until March 2022)
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E1W, London
£21,000 (plus £2,000 London weighting), rising by £1,000 after 6 months and £1,000 after 12 months subject to performance
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

VACANCY: The Access Project University Access Officer

Overview of the Position

  • Applications close: 9:00am, 30th March 2020
  • Starting salary: £21,000 (plus £2,000 London weighting), rising by £1,000 after 6 months and £1,000 after 12 months subject to performance
  • Contract: Full-time, permanent
  • Job Location: From Monday to Thursday, University Access Officers are based for two days in their first school and two days in their second school/ Friday: University Access Officers are based in The Access Project Head Office: The Dock, Tobacco Quay
  • Academic requirements: University degree or significant professional experience
  • Interview date: Tuesday 7th April – Thursday 9th April
  • Start date: Dependant on role. One is required ASAP, the others will be from Mon 18th May onwards.

About the role

University Access Officers manage the day-to-day running of the programme in The Access Project’s partner schools. They work closely with students, staff at all levels, tutors, and with the rest of The Access Project’s team to ensure that the delivery of the programme is optimised. The programme has been carefully designed with the intention that all interactions have a positive impact on a student’s chances of getting into a top university. It is the responsibility of the University Access Officer to deliver all the activities which make up our programme. This includes managing tutor and student pairings as well as delivering and recording in-school activities.

Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work on the front line of addressing educational disadvantage, as well as benefiting from opportunities to become involved in the wider work of The Access Project as it continues to expand.

This is a challenging role, which involves a high level of organisation. It is well-suited to resilient individuals looking to pursue a career in education and/or the social enterprise/charity sectors. UAOs are the sole representative of The Access Project in school and therefore must be comfortable working alone (although they will build relationships and work closely with school staff).

All University Access Officers are line managed by a Programme Manager from The Access Project, who visits the school once per week for line management meetings, as well as being available via email and phone. Each school also nominates a Programme Supervisor, who focuses on the performance of their in-school programme.

Duties and responsibilities of our University Access Officers:

University Access Officers are the case managers for all key stakeholders who interact with the programme including students, tutors, teachers and TAP staff.

Students

  • Building strong mentoring relationships with students to drive awareness of and enthusiasm for the programme.
  • Delivering The Access Project’s programme of university support activities at the school, including one to one meetings, workshops and assemblies
  • Assessing student progress towards being able to make successful university applications by uploading all interactions to our CRM system: Salesforce
  • Recruiting students onto the programme in line with our student enrolment criteria
  • Matching students with volunteer tutors
  • Managing difficult conversations
  • Monitoring student attendance to tutorials and devising innovative solutions to encourage attendance
  • Using the schools’ existing reporting on students’ academic and pastoral progress to monitor the impact of tutorials, and intervene as appropriate
  • Collecting and uploading various data sets relating to a student’s eligibility or performance on the programme. This ranges from consent forms to individual UCAS applications.

Tutors

  • Building and managing relationships with tutors to ensure they have a positive experience of the programme, deliver good quality tutorials, and continue volunteering with us year-on-year
  • Liaising with tutors and managing any day-to-day requests that they have regarding The Access Project or their tutee
  • Managing tutor attendance to tutorials through weekly monitoring systems
  • Observing tutorials and giving tutors any necessary feedback

School Staff

  • Working with school staff to ensure their cooperation and timely completion of activities contributing to the smooth running of the programme.
  • Chairing and presenting at termly school meetings with Senior Management to report on programme progress.

Other Activities

  • University Access Officers are based in our partner schools, but they spend 1 day each week in The Access Project’s central office undertaking training, attending meetings, and feeding into internal projects to improve the quality of delivery of the programme.
  • University Access Officers support the volunteering team by helping to deliver tutor training sessions, which take place on Saturdays and weekday evenings.
  • University Access Officers will be required to support our Central Provision function including staffing our two annual university trips and our university society events.
  • Any other responsibilities reasonably deemed necessary by the Access Project’s Programme Managers or Director

Person specification

Essential characteristics

We are seeking applications from individuals who are:

  • Able to communicate and influence with impact at all levels. The role involves building relationships with staff, students and tutors on a one-to-one basis and presenting information to/running workshops with groups of students and teachers: The University Access Officer will need to be professional, articulate and credible in a range of situations.
  • Able to deliver projects and manage administration[NB1] . The University Access Officer will need to be able to maintain accurate and up-to-date records[NB2] .
  • Able to effectively time manage.  The role has a complex and varied workload, involving autonomous working and teamworking, and managing tasks over different periods of time.  The University Access Officer will need to be able to plan their time effectively to complete all tasks to pre-set deadlines.
  • Able to lead and manage change. The University Access Officer will be the key representative of the programme in school and will need enthusiasm and vision to make this a success.
  • Passionate about educational disadvantage. This is a demanding role which requires University Access Officers to be committed to our mission and values (see below) and motivated by and engaged with the work of The Access Project and our partner schools.
  • Resilient and adaptable. The University Access Officer will need to adapt to a fast-moving environment in school, and react to challenges and requests from students, staff and tutors.
  • Skilled in stakeholder management.  The University Access Officer will need to be able to build and maintain excellent relationships with school staff as well as our volunteer tutors.
  • Able to work some Saturdays and evenings. The University Access Officers run training sessions for our volunteer tutors as well as staff our university society events, many of these take place on Saturdays and evenings. The University Access Officers are compensated for their time through an additional holiday allowance. There are some periods of the year where no Saturday or evening work is required.

Desirable characteristics

  • Knowledge/experience of working and/or volunteering in schools or the education sector .

Please note, as a minimum requirement, applicants will:

  • Be able to commit for the duration of the 2-year programme
  • Have a university degree or significant professional experience
  • Have the right to work in the UK

To Apply

For more detailed information about the role and to apply, please submit an online application via: our online application system

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Refreshed on: 27 February 2020
Closing date: 07 June 2020
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