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Project Administrator

Marketing, Student Recruitment and Admissions

Salary:   £16,654 to £18,263
Closing Date:   Thursday 22 February 2018
Interview Date:   Monday 05 March 2018
Reference:  FIX-81-2018


Project Administrator for the National Collaborative Outreach Programme (Lincolnshire)

This is an exciting opportunity for a Project Administrator to join an innovative team who are working within Lincolnshire’s secondary schools, colleges and communities to raise aspirations and address issues of social mobility and access to opportunities for our most disadvantaged young people. This role has the scope for a dynamic and creative individual to contribute towards the project’s development and take up opportunities to be involved with events in school and local communities.

The Lincolnshire Collaborative Outreach Programme is a joint initiative across universities, the Local Authority and colleges providing higher education (HE) throughout Lincolnshire and the North East Lincolnshire area. The aim of the project is to raise the aspirations of young people aged 13 – 19, with a target of increasing the numbers entering into Higher Education including Degree/Higher Apprenticeships. This is an exciting project with the first phase of funding guaranteed until December 2018, however, it is anticipated that the project will run to December 2020. The Post-holder will need to be enthusiastic about Higher Education and continued learning.

As this is a countywide and community focused project the post-holder will be required to travel occasionally outside of ‘normal’ working hours.

The ideal candidate should be able to demonstrate that they have a strong track record in;

  • Budget/finance skills.
  • Relationship-building skills.
  • Office systems management
  • Organisation and planning/event skills.   

Interviews will take place on the 5th March 2018, at Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln.

This position is initially on a fixed term basis until December 2018.

The closing date for this job vacancy has now passed, and applications are no longer being accepted for this position

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