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Victoria, Greater London (On-site) 2.02 miles
£28,000 per year
Contract (Fixed-term until March 2025)
Job description

About the Role

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic, proactive and well organised administrator to develop their skills as part of the Quality and Standards team delivering administrational and engagement support for the teams’ key objectives in the raising of standards with quality assurance process to ensure projects, activities, products, platforms and services are organised and executed to a high standard. The successful applicant will have excellent administrative skills with a high level of emotional intelligence alongside relevant experience in a fast-paced environment, underpinned by a ‘can do’ work ethic and high level of probity. The successful applicant will also have a passion for supporting programmes for young people to accelerate their personal and professional development.

Role Purpose

To provide highly efficient administrative support and be proactive within the Standards Department with exceptional organisational skills, attention to detail and a strong teamwork ethic.
The purpose of this role is to provide high-level general administration for the Quality and Standards team who is responsible for raising standards through the learning lab educator platform, using benchmarking resource products, to empower young people and champion future skills.

Key tasks and responsibilities
1. Administrative support to raise standards - Learning Lab:
• Support the engagement plan activities for educators to use the online learning platform and to access educational benchmarked resources.
• To aid the Digital Skills Development Manager to support the creation of editorial and marketing scripts.

2. Administrative support to empower young people - Benchmarking Resources and National Standards:
• To assist the Quality and Standards Manager to develop teaching tools for educators in colleges and training providers.
• Effectively support the co-ordination of resources (including agencies, suppliers, volunteers, and partners) so that all project elements are delivered to acceptable standards and meet the required outcomes.

3. Support to champion future skills – Competition portfolio reviews and audit:

• Producing and distributing accurate records of meetings. Acting as secretariat for meetings that are either in person or virtual that will include setting up meetings using Zoom or Teams, minute taking, and recording actions.

4. Operational Impact:

• Administration and co-ordination of activities in line with the project operational plan
• Develop, co-ordinate and maintain appropriate systems and processes, tracking and reporting on activity.

5. To work with internal or external stakeholders at all:

• Liaising with educator partners to ensure key quality assurance documentation is submitted to deadlines and collated on the appropriate systems.
• Monitoring the enquiries, allocating queries to team members and responding to requests for information.
• Providing support to the team in answering queries from staff, external stakeholders and suppliers.
• Assisting the team with arrangements for meetings and events including booking travel, venues, catering and accommodation.
• Supporting the budget management processes; raising purchase orders, processing invoices and monitoring expenditure.
• Maintaining all administrative systems, processes and databases.
• Supporting the monitoring of key performance indicators for learner and educator engagement and prepare data for inclusion in reports.

6. General

In addition to the key tasks and responsibilities set out above, all employees at this level are expected to:

• Contribute to the successful delivery of WorldSkills UK’s strategic priorities and annual business objectives.
• Promote and comply with WorldSkills UK’s Employee Handbook and the policies contained therein with particular reference to those related to Health and Safety and on equity, diversity and inclusion.
• Carry out any other duty as may be reasonably assigned that is consistent with the nature of the job and its level of responsibility. Any significant changes will be made in consultation with the post holder acknowledging experience, education and ability.

Person specification
Key: [E] Essential / [D] Desirable.
Qualifications and experience:

• Experience operating as a high-level administrator or coordinator. [E]
• Maths GSCE grade A-C or equivalent [E].
• Experience of working in a team, including dealing with the public [E].
• Experience of using Microsoft Office suite, including Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint [E].
• Experience developing and/or managing digital learning platforms and systems like Moodle. [D]

Knowledge and skills:
• Strong planning and organisational skills and ability to manage time effectively. [E]
• Excellent communications skills and ability to create high quality and engaging written content. [E]
• Highly IT literate, knowledge of LMS platforms (Moodle) or any CMS would be useful. [E]
• Able to interact with others in a sensitive and diplomatic manner, able to build rapport and establish effective relationships [E].
• Able to organise time effectively, create work schedules, prioritise workload and meet deadlines [E].
• Able to follow directions from supervisors and respect policies and procedures. Demonstrates commitment to the organisation and task completion [E].
• A level of numeracy sufficient to be able to check and reconcile statistics and financial information [E].
• Capacity to learn new systems and software packages. [D]

Personal qualities and attributes:
• Excellent team player and collaborative approach to work. [E]
• A passion to deliver the highest standards of work with attention to detail. [E]
• Very reliable and with a high level of probity. [E]
• Able to work to own initiative with broad direction. [E]
• Able to think creatively and solve problems. [E]
• Flexible in working methods and ideas. [E]

Special circumstances:
• Prepared occasionally to work outside normal hours [D].
• Prepared to travel within the United Kingdom [D].
• Able to spend time away from home [D].

How to apply: Please view the attached supporting document for full details on how to submit an application.

This role is office based (as above) but with flexible hybrid working. It is expected the postholder will attend the office at least once or twice a week.

Full time working hours are a minimum of 35 hours per week, normal working hours are 09:00 to 17:00 Monday to Friday although we pride ourselves on having a flexible approach to our working practices and service delivery and are happy to discuss flexible working options, including part time, with suitable candidates.

25 days’ annual leave [which will increase by one additional day for each completed year of service up to a maximum of 30 days] plus public and bank holidays.

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WorldSkills UK View profile Company size Size: 51 - 100
Posted on: 19 June 2024
Closing date: 04 July 2024 at 12:00
Tags: Admin

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