Personnel Administrator Jobs in Glasgow
- Are you ready to champion quality and innovation in a forward-thinking awarding organisation?
- Could you be the meticulous and dedicated Quality Officer we're seeking to ensure excellence and integrity across our services?
TPP is working with an ambitious, dynamic, and growing awarding organisation, committed to widening participation for all, to appoint a Quality Officer.
This is a full time (35 hrs per week), permanent position, working fully remotely, with occasional office visits (Essex) for whole staff team days - usually once every quarter.
Benefits - Quality Officer:
- From £23,510 per annum, depending on experience
- Open and transparent pay scale model which rewards staff through a 6 point pay scale
- Annual discretionary company-wide bonus for achieving business targets and objectives
- Competitive defined benefit pension scheme
- Full-time hours of 35 per week, but flexibility as to business needs is encouraged - no clock watching or timesheets, staff are trusted to do the right thing
- Generous holiday allowance:
- 30 days + Christmas shutdown (3 days) + bank holidays
- Flexible hours
- Generous sick pay scheme
- Investment in your training and development - scope for internal promotion
- Regular staff days - time out away from the office together and the opportunity to input into the company strategy, learn new skills and have a bit of fun
- Last staff day, there was a treasure quest, the team got creative with power tools and saws, and fed giraffes and elephants!
About the organisation - Quality Officer:
As an Awarding Organisation that has been established for the last three decades, the portfolio of qualifications on offer is very wide ranging, from access to higher education diplomas to bespoke qualifications. This organisation is very ambitious and forward-thinking and is very keen to attract like-minded people to work towards their continued success.
The core values of the organisation are:
About the role - Quality Officer:
As the Quality Officer, you will provide support for the quality assurance team as well as review processes relating to the centre monitoring and validity of regulated qualifications in respect of Ofqual and QiW.
Additionally, you will be responsible for coordinating and reporting on internal and external assessment of qualifications, liaising with assessment development personnel, and ensuring confidentiality, accuracy, and quality.
Key responsibilities - Quality Officer:
- Overseeing quality assurance processes, including monitoring centres and qualification standards, and handling quality-related queries efficiently.
- Organising and compiling resources for standardisation activities and training events, including webinars.
- Coordinating quality assurance activities, such as centre assessments and marking, and documenting the outcomes and required actions.
- Generating comprehensive reports that reflect quality review findings, including risk and engagement assessments.
- Collaborating with the quality assurance team to ensure prompt monitoring and reporting and managing budget tracking within the team.
- Analysing and presenting data for both statistical and qualitative review to aid in the standardisation of assessment marking and to inform the Product team.
Skills / Experience required - Quality Officer:
- At least two years' general administrative experience (essential).
- Skilled in collaborative working within various team settings.
- Effective at organising and prioritising tasks.
- Aligned with core organisational values (as above)
- Maintains a professional demeanour.
- Self-motivated with a commitment to task finalisation.
- Competent with standard software suites, including MS Office.
- Knowledge of quality control mechanisms and frameworks.
- Familiar with the functions of awarding organisations.
- 2 stages
- Format - online
- IT assessment
- Timed task
- Competency based questions
- CV only, no covering letter required
Deadline for applications:
- ASAP - application with be reviewed on a rolling basis - please send in your application promptly if you would like to be considered, as this role may close prior to the deadline.
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.
Who is Kick It Out?
Driven forward by our love of sport, we’re here to fight discrimination. We’re here to make sure football is a game for everyone – and that means putting equality and inclusion up front.
We were set up to fight racism in football in 1993. Then in 1997 we expanded to tackle all forms of discrimination. Since the beginning, we’ve made huge progress on and off the pitch, leading the charge for positive change. We’ve done it by raising awareness, confronting issues and helping our sport be better.
Today we run education programmes for academy players, parents and fans. We campaign to make sure football is always welcoming – to everyone. We support people from under-represented and minority communities to make a career in football and thrive. And we call out discrimination wherever it happens – from your local park to the Premier League to your social feed.
We all know Kick It Out shouldn’t have to exist. Our biggest hope is that one day football no longer needs us. But right now we’re here to put an end to every form of discrimination.
We won’t stop until it stops.
Mission: Eradicate discrimination and make football and other sports a place where everyone feels they belong.
Increase representation of under-represented or minority communities.
Change the Culture of football to make it more accessible and welcoming for our beneficiaries.
To support words with action, providing long term solutions and tangible acts.
To challenge ignorance and inequality, providing a voice for any individual or organisation.
To educate, inform and direct our audience giving them the tools for change.
To confront all issues, from the dressing room to the boardroom.
This role will be instrumental in driving and embedding long-lasting culture changes within Kick It Out as well as the wider world of football. You will be responsible for the delivery of the day-to-day people experience but will also be involved in exciting culture-change initiatives. We aim to deliver the best possible people experience at Kick It Out, come and help us!
Oversee, support and design end-to-end employee lifecycle processes including recruitment, onboarding, performance cycle co-ordination, talent development and off-boarding.
Manage HR operations tasks in accordance with Employment law, e.g. HR policy updates and effective management of employee relations cases.
Support the delivery of organisational changes and culture change projects e.g. organisational behaviour-development programmes and organisational design.
Manage the evolution of our Employee Value Proposition incl. benefits, career growth, reward & recognition and L&D.
Coordinate L&D initiatives e.g. organisational needs analyses, facilitation and coaching.
Lead People & Culture impact measure analysis that contributes to board papers e.g. People Experience surveys.
Drive best-in-class culture change initiatives, worthy of industry award submissions.
Collaborate with the Learning Team to offer external People & Culture consultancy to clubs and partners e.g. HR policy recommendations, Fan Education support, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion and Culture needs analyses.
Support the Head of People, Learning & Culture on a variety of initiatives and tasks.
What we’re looking for:
Essential for this role:
Strong empathy with a passion for equity, diversity & inclusion.
5+ years People (HR) experience
Extensive knowledge of UK Employment Law.
Is a proactive self-starter with a growth mindset.
Demonstrates strong attention to detail.
Able to set clear expectations and prioritise across multiple streams of work.
Demonstrates active listening and emotional intelligence, especially when leading difficult conversations.
Keen collaborator with the able to simplify and present technical detail.
Proficient with the Microsoft Office suite and HR Information Systems.
Nice to have:
Proven experience in a People (HR) management role
CIPD Level 5 in Human Resources (or equivalent)
Investigative & research skills.
Agile/ lean project management skills.
Experience of budget control.
Experience in leading procurement processes.
Experience in identifying and managing risk.
Experience working with Senior Leadership Team members.
Experience in payroll administration.
Equal Opportunities statement:
Kick It Out is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Kick It Out selects all candidates for interview based on skills, qualifications and experience. Candidates with a disability who meet the criteria will be offered a guaranteed interview.
Application window close date: 1st March 2024
Application review window: 4th – 8th March 2024
Interviews commence: 11th March 2024
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Using Anonymous Recruitment
This organisation is using Anonymous Recruitment to reduce bias in the first stages of the hiring process. Our system keeps your personal information hidden until the recruiter contacts you.
The Head of Fundraising will be an experienced, senior high-value fundraising professional. They must be able to work independently and as part of a team. Whilst initially operating as a sole fundraiser, this is an exciting opportunity to create a new team, with budget already available to recruit two additional fundraising employees, as well as additional freelance support.
The successful candidate will build a diverse and sustainable fundraising programme, raising vital funds to support Ygam’s work and ambitions for growth. They will have the opportunity to join and work within a vibrant, remote workforce. They must also be exceptional at building and sustaining trusted relationships (both internally and externally) with colleagues, donors, stakeholders, and ambassadors.
This role would suit someone who is looking for a varied role with room for development. It would suit someone who is both a strategic thinker and leader, who is also happy to pitch in and work as a hands-on fundraiser. To achieve our vision, we train thousands of people who have influence over the lives of young people each year, including teachers, youth workers, university staff, healthcare practitioners, faith leaders, and parents.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.