We have an exciting opportunity at Southend Adult Community College for an Employer Engagement Manager.
You will be responsible for implementing and leading the delivery of the Employer Engagement Strategy, working with curriculum managers to introduce new products and services for the employer market and growing employer engagement in key sector areas. Other duties include; being the main contact for the recruitment and on-boarding of apprentices onto the College’s Apprenticeship programmes to an agreed financial income target, supporting the Skills for Life and Vocational Learning teams by taking a proactive role in promoting appropriate training across the College portfolio to companies to fulfil their training needs and support their business performance and maintaining employer relationships in order to ensure satisfactory outcomes, identify repeat business, and source opportunities for work placements and work experience for Study Programme and other vocational learners.
The ideal candidate will; hold a degree or equivalent, level 2 or higher English and Maths qualifications, have experience within a sales environment, experience of delivering workplace training or organising staff development within a commercial organisation, have worked in role where quality improvement is a key aspect and possess the ability to write self-assessment reports.
This role will require an enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Southend Adult Community college welcomes applications regardless of gender, disability, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or faith.
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