The Windsor Fellowship delivers a range of programmes, undertaken in partnership with specific organisations, one of which is The Royal Academy for Engineers’ Graduate Engineering Engagement Programme, (GEEP).
The Role - Student Liaison Officer
The Student Liaison Officer is the principal link between the client and its candidates. Also providing support to the Employee Engagement Manager to manage relations with the Fellows and the Business Partners. They provide support and structured encouragement to candidates’ learning and development. They are additionally responsible for the marketing of and recruitment onto the GEEP.
Main Responsibilities of the Post Holder:
- To provide structured support to a case load of candidates
- To be the principal contact for Sponsors, seeking guidance from the Programme Manager
- To ensure that Candidates adhere to Windsor Candidateship policies and protocol
- To be an effective project manager, meeting and delivering specified objectives
- To be a competent team player with exceptionally good interpersonal skills
- To participate in the recruitment of Candidates
- To carry out external promotion of the GEEP
- To have the ability to travel nationally with overnight stay
Benefits of working at the Windsor Fellowship:
- £26,000 per annum, pro-rata
- 3-5 days per week
- Part-time/flexible working (by agreement)
- Group Pension Plan, combined minimum of 8% contribution
- Life Assurance
- 20 days annual leave, (pro-rata) including all public holidays and organisation close down throughout the Christmas and New Year holidays (by agreement)
The Windsor Fellowship is a unique charitable organisation. We design and deliver innovative personal development and leadership programmes, which enables talent from diverse communities to be realised. We achieve this by partnering with leading organisations from the private and public sectors as well as developing relationships with schools, universities and community groups throughout the UK. To date we have trained and supported over 19,000 young people to successfully navigate key milestones along their educational journey.
Windsor Fellowship in partnership with the Royal Academy of Engineering are providing the Graduate Engineering Engagement Programme, GEEP. The GEEP is the Academy’s award-winning Programme to increase the transition of engineering graduates from diverse backgrounds into engineering employment.
A collaborative employer Programme, GEEP targets engineering undergraduates who are female or from socially disadvantaged or ethnic minority backgrounds with a focus on universities outside the Russell Group. The Programme provides students with the opportunity to engage with employers through a series of events and networking opportunities with a view to encouraging them to apply for engineering employment opportunities.
Over the last five years, more than 900 students have taken part in the programme; more than 90% of whom are from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
The Academy works with the Association for Black and Minority Ethnic Engineers (AFBE-UK) and the Women’s Engineering Society (WES), who support GEEP recruitment by providing insightful speakers, mentors and much more.
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