|Salary:||£28,929 to £35,308 Grade 6|
|Placed On:||28th March 2023|
|Closes:||16th April 2023|
The Institute of Coding (IoC) are recruiting a Projects Officer specialising in data and administration to join the central team.
Key to this role is the ability to develop great relationships. You will have responsibility for a range of stakeholder contacts across the consortium and managing those relationships effectively at all levels is crucial to the role.
You will work closely with the Institute’s Head of Operations to design and implement administrative structures and processes across the IoC, adapting them as needed for different circumstances. We're looking for someone who thinks creatively and enjoys the challenge of solving problems within set parameters, if you have the right skills to manage this balance you could be a great addition to our team.
Leading on the collection, transfer and collation of data for all IoC projects, you will ensure that processes are efficient, well communicated and compliant. A keen eye for detail and advanced knowledge and application of standard IT packages and databases to support data interrogation, analysis and evaluation is essential.
If you can demonstrate clear verbal and written communication skills, are well organised and manage frequently competing demands with professionalism we'd love to consider you for the role.
The Institute of Coding (IoC) is a national initiative, led by the University of Bath, which brings together a range of universities, industry groups, employers, training providers, outreach groups, and professional bodies to respond collaboratively to the UK’s digital skills gap.
By delivering accessible, industry-focused digital skills courses and events across the UK, the IoC is encouraging more people to pursue digital/tech careers via higher education and has enrolled 900,000 learners to date. With a focus on diversity and inclusion, the IoC is widening participation and ensuring that employers and individuals can access the skills they need to compete in the digital economy.
Our offering of more than 150+ courses includes industry accredited degree schemes, skills intensive bootcamps, and flexible short courses that help people upskill and reskill to boost their employability.
The central team are an inclusive, engaged and high-functioning team, with core values that include respectful collaboration, innovation, adaptability and agility. We are looking for someone who will help us to respond to the national digital skills gap, while enjoying the role and making a positive contribution to our internal culture.
The work that we do is fast-paced and can be challenging, so it is approached through positivity and teamwork. Each member of the team plays a key role and their contribution is recognised and valued. Communication is considered essential – both within the team and with external stakeholders – and we strive to ensure that everything we do is purpose-driven and high quality.
This is a full-time, hybrid role, offered on a fixed-term basis until March 2025.
Interviews are scheduled to take place w/c 24 April 2023.
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