|Salary:||£24,500 to £26,000 FTE, depending on experience, plus 6% contributory pension scheme|
|Placed On:||24th March 2023|
|Closes:||5th April 2023|
The Anna Freud Centre is a world-leading mental health charity for children, young people and their families. Our mission is to close the gap in wellbeing and mental health by advancing, translating, delivering, and sharing the best science and practice with everyone who impacts the lives of children, young people and their families. More information about the Anna Freud Centre is available on our website: www.annafreud.org/about-us/.
We value diversity and aim to have diverse workforce that reflects the community and our service users, in line with our vision, values and inclusion commitments. We encourage applications from all sections of the community.
We work in close collaboration with University College London (UCL) to deliver numerous postgraduate programmes. The Education Support Officer will be based in the Postgraduate Studies (PGS) Department and will work under the direction of the Head of Operations. They will provide efficient administrative support for the PGS team and will deliver a high-quality service to current and prospective students within PGS.
The Education Support Officer will support PGS operations by undertaking administrative tasks/projects, as well as committee servicing of PGS groups and providing some secretarial support for the Academic Director. They will assist with the wider delivery of programme administration, including delivery of some teaching and learning activities, supporting processes relating to assessment and feedback, data entry, and minute taking. Some support for divisional level activities will also be required such as staff recruitment, minute-taking and other administrative support for the Education and Training Leadership team.
The Education Support Officer is a pivotal role in PGS, with the successful candidate joining a fast-paced and growing team. The post-holder must be a team player that is efficient, organised and flexible. The role requires interaction with a diverse range of people, both internal and external, therefore good interpersonal skills and a professional attitude, with willingness to help and a positive outlook are required to execute the duties outlined. Please view the Job Profile for the role requirements.
The successful candidate will benefit from a unique opportunity to work with a charity specialising in child mental health, whilst supporting the delivery of postgraduate programmes in partnership with a world-renowned, Russell Group university. The post-holder will also be trained on using HEI systems and processes.
Please email email@example.com with any job enquiries, or if you require assistance when applying. Please note that successful candidate(s) will be asked to evidence their Right to Work in the UK post-job offer – we do not hold a sponsor licence therefore we are unable to provide Visa sponsorship.
Hybrid working: to work onsite for at least 20% of their working hours, and as needed to support in-person teaching delivery, at the Anna Freud Centre (4-8 Rodney Street, London N1 9JH).
Closing date for applications
Midday (12pm), Wednesday 5 April 2023.
Notification of interview
Shortlisted applicants will be notified no later than Thursday 6 April 2023. During shortlisting, applicants are anonymously assessed using the criteria visible in the Job Profile. Please note: due to the high volume of applications received, we will not be able to provide feedback to unsuccessful applicants.
Interviews will be held week commencing 11 April 2023.
How to apply
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