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The Talent Foundry, Remote
£23,500 per year
You have great communication & customer relationship skills to connect & engage underserved schools to inspiring Talent Foundry programmes.
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Remote
£23,500 per year
Contract, FTC until 31 August 2023, Full-time
Job description

Schools Engagement Officer 

Join our growing team! 

You’ll be a brilliant administrator and a dynamic and confident communicator, who is great at making sure customers (our schools) experience nothing but excellent service, while balancing competing priorities and keep projects moving towards their goals. This role is key to making sure it’s the right schools and right students taking part in our programmes, it’s not just about the end target. You are motivated by working collaboratively in a team and comfortable making recommendations about how things could be improved. 

This role and where it sits in the team  

This is an established role that sits within the Schools Engagement team, ensuring that schools in our network are aware of, and are able to access, the fantastic opportunities and programmes we run. Working closely with the Schools Engagement Lead, this role will play a key part in recruiting schools, students and teachers to a range of different workshops – ensuring that these initiatives continue to reach those young people most disadvantaged by their socio-economic background or geographic location.

You will work closely and collaboratively with your colleagues across programmes and school engagement, and most importantly, you’ll be the first point of contact for the 1,900 mainstream secondary schools in our network. Relationship building with those schools will be a crucial part of this role, but you’ll also be involved in ensuring our marketing and campaigns are appropriately designed to best meet the needs of our network, and you’ll keep one ear to the ground at all times, allowing TTF to remain relevant, effective and impactful in our outreach.

While you’ll be working remotely for a significant part of this role you will be talking on the phone to colleagues, schools, facilitators, and volunteers on a daily basis, as well as having the opportunity to see our workshops in action. 

Responsibilities and priorities:

  • Schools engagement and attraction: ‘Telling the TTF story’ 
  • Focus on great customer service 
  • Reaching more underserved young people 
  • Attention to detail and process driven 
  • Creativity and flair with social media and digital communication

Person specification

Experience 

  • Use of IT, databases, and systems to operate efficient programmes, evaluate and measure their success 

  • Customer service, retail or sales experience 

  • Delivering and implementing communication plans and campaigns to engage a variety of audiences 

  • Interest in working in/with schools or education sector

Skills 

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 

  • Technology and seeking ways to maximise IT administration and digital communications 

  • Problem-solving and decision-making 

  • Customer service delivery focussed with a desire to achieve targets and objectives 

  • Proactive sales skills 

  • Marketing (desirable) 

You will also: 

  • Enjoy getting things done

  • Want to work for a charity with social mobility at its core

  • Work collegiately and collaboratively with all engaged in the organisation – you are not motivated by being the winner, team success is more important to you 

  • Be well-organised and a strong planner (you always have a Plan B)

While it’s not a criteria, we’re especially interested to hear from applicants who have lived experience of some of the challenges young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are facing today.

It’s also important to us that the people we hire do not discriminate. We believe in being inclusive and giving everyone an equal chance to succeed. Applications are welcome from all regardless of age, sex, gender identity, disability, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, race, sexual orientation, transgender status, or social economic background. 

Benefits 

  • Annual leave entitlement 28 days + Bank Holidays 

  • Employee Assistance Programme 

  • Flexible Working

  • Pension

  • Training and development budget

  • The afternoon of your birthday off (or the morning after) 

To apply: Please send your CV and a (max) two page letter outlining how you meet the person specification outlined above and why you are interested in working for a social mobility charity. As part of the interview shortlisting process we will need you to complete an application form in line with our Safer Recruitment Policy, which we will send you as part of the recruitment process. 

The Talent Foundry Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing and welfare of children and requires everyone associated with The Talent Foundry Trust, including all trustees, employees, and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will need to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role, including completing our Safer Recruitment process, references from past employers and Disclosure and Barring Service checks. The Talent Foundry Trust is an equal opportunities employer, and we welcome applications from all sections of society and communities we operate in. 

Application resources
Application Instructions

Please send your CV and a (max) two page letter outlining how you meet the person specification outlined above and why you are interested in working for a social mobility charity. As part of the interview shortlisting process we will need you to complete an application form in line with our Safer Recruitment Policy.

If you have answered yes to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act question, please give further information in your application. The disclosure of a criminal record may not necessarily prevent you from being engaged. The nature of the offence, how long ago it took place, your age at the time and any other relevant factors may be considered when a decision is made.

More about The Talent Foundry

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Posted on: 18 August 2022
Closing date: 08 September 2022 at 23:59
Tags: Admin,Marketing