Principal purpose of the post: To plan, implement, and oversee the well-established ISA National Training Programme, which includes online, residential and non-residential courses and conferences. Responsibilities include all aspects of planning and running the annual training programme, budget monitoring, reporting on key metrics to the CEO and line managing two colleagues, who support in delivering the objectives. An agile and innovative approach is essential to deliver on the key accountabilities and to adapt to the changing market and environment.
Full details of the core duties and person specification are available on the vacancies section of our website.
How to apply: You must email to us a letter of application, as well as your CV.
Contract: The post is temporary (fixed-term: 12 months, extended by agreement) and subject to checks that include the right to work in the UK.
Effective: from 15 March 2021
Hours of Work: 40 hours per week (including one hour paid lunch break), normally 9.00 – 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday (flexibility and some weekend working will be required).
Holiday entitlement: 25 days per annum, plus public and bank holidays. Holidays must be taken outside of published school term times.
Location: Great Chesterford (Essex)*, although may include working from home due to Covid-19. The role will involve supporting the Association’s activities offsite, including the Association’s conferences and other training events.
*Availability to work full-time from our office in Great Chesterford after the Covid-19 crisis passes is highly desirable. Candidates unable to commit to this will need to explain in their cover letter how they would prepare for events and manage colleagues without being physically present.
Interviews will be held online on 12 February 2021
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.