Business Recruitment Advisor
- In the range of £17,538 – £18,309 per annum
- Job type:
- Full Time, Permanent
- Apply by:
- 18 January 2018
Hours/Weeks: 37 hours per week
Location: Booth Lane
Northampton College is the leading provider of Further Education in Northamptonshire, and financially outstanding. Our state of the art campus and reputation puts us in a dynamic and unique position to meet both the learning and training needs of individuals and employers.
Our mission is to provide our community with the opportunity to develop through learning and this position has been created to support the college unemployment team to provide opportunities and support for unemployed people within our community.
We have an opportunity to work in the apprenticeship recruitment team of the business development team of Northampton College. Having close contact with employers in the county to support their training and recruitment needs. Working with existing students and NEETS to support in their career progression.
You will manage the recruitment of employer apprenticeship vacancies. They will secure suitable apprenticeship placements for learners on full time programmes and NEETS within Northamptonshire in specific curriculum areas, namely: Engineering, Hairdressing, Care and Child Care, Hospitality and Catering, Warehousing, Business Administration, IT, Accounting and Customer Service. Although specific experience within these areas is not essential.
You will have experience of recruitment/customer service as well as excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills.
For further information and an application form, please go to www.northamptoncollege.ac.uk
Job share may be considered for this post. This post will require a DBS check.
Closing date: Noon, Thursday, 18 January 2018.
Interview date: Tuesday, 30 January 2018.
About Northampton College
- Northampton College
- Booth Lane, Northampton
- NN3 3RF
- United Kingdom
Northampton College is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational further education college situated in Northamptonshire. It is a 16-plus institution with three campuses: a major building at its main Northampton site, a smaller campus near the town centre and another 20 miles away in Daventry. It provides places for around 9,000 students aged 16 and over, most of whom are full-time and aged 16-18.
Northampton College was opened in 1973. It merged with Daventry Tertiary College to expand its Daventry campus in August 2004, and its Booth Lane campus reopened after a large redevelopment in 2012.
Values and vision
Northampton College’s mission is to give students a sense of development through education. It is an inclusive learning environment that focuses on key strands of provision, provides high-quality learning experiences, and works alongside the local community to create a wider level of participation in learning. The college ethos promotes mutual respect, a high level of engagement and playing a positive role in the community.
“The inclusive culture promotes a high level of recruitment of students from diverse backgrounds and with a wide range of abilities, many of whom are successful in gaining qualifications and progressing to higher levels of study. Resources and accommodation are almost all of a very high quality and are used very effectively; the learning environment is safe, very well-maintained and welcoming. Governors are very knowledgeable and provide well-informed and constructive challenge to managers in order to promote improvement.”
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