Home-based
Birmingham, West Midlands
London, Greater London
Manchester, Greater Manchester
£43,000 per year +£3,000 London Weighting (if applicable)
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Who we are looking for

We are searching for candidates with robust Project Management experience, ideally within an education setting, to join our Learning Design team as our new Fellow (Project Manager). This Fellow role will provide critical project management support to the Learning Design team across a range of new and evolving projects. The role will ensure the team is set-up effectively to meet milestones on key areas of work through the design, creation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of a range of projects. The role will work closely with a range of other teams, provide technical support and expertise across the team and ensure the delivery of large design projects to time, quality and cost requirements.

Based either from home, or in one of our London, Birmingham or Manchester offices and reporting into the Dean, Learning Design, you’ll provide project support and oversight for the department, managing overall timelines and project plans. This role will oversee product management within the wider team, and also product deployment, with responsibility for ensuring that aspects of online learning are provided at the right time and to the right people.

You will have a track record of excellent project management, have incredible attention to detail and be able to use your initiative to identify the need for systems and processes. Ideally, you will have experience of using Learning Management Systems to support the development of others, and you will be able to hit the ground running and be able to quickly assume responsibility for new projects and areas of work as the remit of the wider team evolves.

Who are Ambition Institute?

Ambition Institute has one purpose: to help educators serving children from disadvantaged backgrounds to keep getting better. With our new organisation, and more than ten years of collective experience in working with educators at all levels, we believe that exciting opportunities lie ahead. We are a graduate school for educators, and we apply academic rigour to our learning design, drawing on frontline insights from schools into what works in practice. Our programmes leverage the latest evidence from international experts, which means we think carefully about what is taught, how, and in what sequence. We work collaboratively to enable school improvement for the benefit of pupils, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

 

Our offer

We are happy to announce that we will be able to offer you:

  • Flexibility on how you work – agreed between you and your line manager

  • A competitive annual leave entitlement of 25 days, plus bank holidays

  • 2 additional annual leave days for 1 day booked during December over the festive period

  • A generous employer pension contribution of 11% (10% pension plus 1% NI rebate)

  • Competitive salary rates

  • Access to an interest free season ticket and bike loans, as well as eyecare vouchers

  • An Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) which provides confidential support for employees on personal or work-related matters.

  • A robust learning and development offer that ensures your continuous professional development

 

How to apply

All applications must be received by the closing date, 9am on the 9th December 2020.

Interviews are expected to take place on the 11th December 2020.

To apply for this role, or any of our other vacancies or for any questions or queries please visit our website.

Equality and diversity matters to us. If you think you’d be suited to one of our roles we’d love to hear from you regardless of age, disability status, ethnicity, gender, religion or sexuality.

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Posted on: 26 November 2020
Closed date: 07 December 2020
Tags: Policy/Research, Project Management