London Courses Director
Applicants are invited for the role of London Courses Director (the post may be appointed jointly with a Co-Director as job share). This is an opportunity for a group analyst with experience of higher education and managing a training course to lead the IGAs very highly valued and well regarded London Courses.
This is an exciting opening for someone with strong leadership skills to work creatively in the context of a National Training Management team to maintain and develop the IGAs London Courses in the challenging context of an increase in more conventionally evidence-based non-psychodynamic interventions. We are looking for someone with excellent organisational skills, a commitment to high standards, enthusiasm for working with students and staff, a commitment to training students to practice as group analysts and the capacity to work co-operatively with others.
The successful candidate will need to be available to work 7 hours per week from April 2018 (alongside the current Course Director) increasing to 14 hours per week from August 2018. Exact working hours are negotiable to fit around other commitments. However, Thursdays and some specified Friday’s are a requirement. Job Description and Person Specification here
Salary Scale £48,514 FTE per annum pro-rata (actual annual earnings for 14 hours per week £19,405)
For further information about the role or an informal conversation contact Sarah Tucker, National Director of Training, by email at email@example.com
Please send a CV, full details of two referees and a full covering letter explaining why you wish to apply for the role and making explicit how you meet the role expectations to Sam Evans, Training Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org Applicants will be short listed on the basis of how their application meets the expectation. The interview panel will be chaired by the National Director of Training.
Deadline for applications: 5.00pm 5 February 2018
Interviews: 14 February 2018
Reporting to the Operations & Membership Manager and part of the Operations Team, the Administrator supports the Operations Team to deliver team objectives and the IGA’s sustainability and future growth.
The Administrator does this through the effective and efficient administration and support of designated long and short training courses, and the coordination and event support of these courses and events.
What is expected from the Administrator Role?
Working collaboratively with the Operations & Membership Manager and other members of the Operations Team, the postholder is responsible for providing efficient and effective administration and support of designated long and short training courses, and the coordination and event support of these courses and events.
The administrator is the first port of call for enquirers and will communicate with various audiences to raise awareness of the IGA’s services and raising the profile of the IGA; answering queries from members and the public in relation to training courses and training events; coordinating and delivering agreed events end-to-end; provide new and potential students with a pleasant and efficient introduction to the IGA and its trainings, encouraging delegates and enquirers to attend training and further training; manage the administrative cycles of designated trainings (including data recording and credit control), communicate with and support relevant Course Convenors and training staff as required; in line with the Operations Team’s Annual Plans and objectives.
This is an exciting opportunity for the postholder to demonstrate their ability to develop the role, often using their own initiative and creativity to meet team and role objectives.
This post requires some evening, Saturday, occasionally Sunday working to support the programme of training courses and training events. Week-end working is usually planned well in advance. The IGA operates a Time in Lieu policy.
Job Description can be found here, How to Apply details coming shortly.
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