|Salary:||£25,482 to £30,395 per annum (Grade 5)|
|Placed On:||13th September 2018|
|Closes:||28th September 2018|
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Would you like to work for an institution which has the ambition to improve governments across the world? The Blavatnik School of Government is offering you the chance to join a small but growing team where your work will help leaders from around the world improve government in their countries, and to make the lives of their citizens better.
The Blavatnik School of Government is seeking to appoint a talented and self-motivated Executive Education Officer to join their Executive Education team.
Executive education is a developing area of School engagement, which we hope to expand further over the next few years. Our work means that the postholder will be expected to work on a number of emerging programmes and workshops.
The postholder will be responsible for supporting the development, delivery and post-programme activities for the School’s Executive Education programmes, as well as providing high-quality customer service to external and internal clients. They will assist with drafting budgets, monitor and update project plans, build and maintain University virtual learning environment sites for individual programmes, and manage all the logistical arrangements for programmes. The postholder will be responsible for meeting guest lecturers, participants and fellows during the delivery of programmes, and work closely with other School teams to ensure successful delivery. They will develop evaluation forms to collect feedback, produce feedback summaries to share with the School, and contribute ideas on how the School can improve processes and service for participants.
The successful candidate will need to be resilient and adaptable to the changing needs and priorities of the team and the School. They will have a systematic, thorough and well organised approach to work with the ability to know when to use your initiative and when to seek advice. They will have excellent team working and communications skills, with the ability to demonstrate a personable and diplomatic approach when dealing with a diverse range of people. Strong numeracy and IT skills are essential for this role. Experience in planning and execution of events or programmes is desirable.
Please note that the availability to work flexibly, including outside normal office hours and at weekends on occasions, will be required for this role.
This position is fixed-term for 2 years.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 28 September 2018.
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