Salary: 19,659 per annum - Pro rata to £15,940 per annum Contract term: Fixed Term
MAIN JOB PURPOSE
To co-ordinate Big Lottery and ESF funded projects currently undertaken by the College: Action Towards Inclusion and Positive Progressions (project information available at www.craven-college.ac.uk/the-college/projects/positive-progressions). Ensure both meet profiled targets, maintaining accurate records, compiling funding claims in line with audit processes and support co-ordination of wider project delivery.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
To support the Community and Projects Manager by co-ordinating the delivery of the Big Lottery Projects, ensuring they achieve targets and profiled budgets outlined in the specification, contracts and profile.
To support completion of paperwork with staff, partners and project participants to ensure all eligibility and evidence requirements are met.
To produce and maintain contract and project records, ensuring appropriate audit trails and that all evidence meets European Social Fund and Big Lottery requirements.
To compile timely and accurate claims, providing monthly reports on the project budget and attainment of targets.
To liaise with funding bodies to ensure clear communication of the College’s progress towards target, feeding up management information and cascading project updates to the wider project teams.
To monitor project progress and ensure that records are set up and maintained for the purposes of ensuring accurate claims and successful audit.
To organise meetings, events and workshops to support the project.
To represent the College in appropriate meetings with external stakeholders.
To work in close liaison with the project Key Workers to ensure clear and effective marketing of the offer, including the development of case studies.
To monitor, record and evaluate the activity in the project.
To participate in regular team meetings and personally contribute to the development and promotion of the College.
You will be expected to be fully conversant with, and implement the College’s range of Equality and Diversity and Safeguarding policies and procedures, to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all learners and staff.
To participate in the College’s appraisal scheme and undergo further professional development in line with the needs of the college.
Any other duties commensurate with grade and status as may reasonably be requested.
A full enhanced check via the Disclosure and Barring Service will be required for this post.
This post is temporary for a fixed term of 2 years up until 30 September 2019, with a possible extension dependant on funding.
Term-time only contracts will be considered (with hours allocated over 40 weeks) Secondments will be considered.