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Employability Officer

University of Nottingham - Careers & Employability Service

Location: Nottingham
Salary: £27,584 to £33,804 per annum, depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance.
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 29th November 2023
Closes: 7th January 2024
Job Ref: REG541723

Applications are invited for the post of Employability Officer within the Careers and Employability Service. This post is based within the Medicine and Health Sciences Careers team. The successful candidate will be joining a large service which is committed to working together to combine the skills, insights and experience of teams working directly with students, academics, employers and other stakeholders, with those of our enabling teams to develop and deliver a consistently high level of service and professional standards.   

The Employability Officer will be central to engaging students in careers and employability services and events via various channels of promotion and liaison. The post holder will also arrange workshops, employer events, information presentations and work with relevant student societies and clubs, including engaging with the Students’ Union.   

The Employability Officer will deliver general high-level administration and will be encouraged to contribute to the development of new initiatives and developments. This would give the post holder experience of communicating with students in a specific faculty as well as students from any discipline involved in extracurricular activities. The role also involves some one-to-one work with students and liaison with employers and so flexibility will be required to handle the variety of activities involved. Candidates should be flexible and innovative, seeking to empower students and engage proactively with service, academic schools and professional services across the university.   

The successful candidate may have a background in career development, or other roles that have involved engaging groups of students in positive ways. The role holder will have skills and experience in relationship building, communication, planning and organisation and using their own initiative to deliver high quality work whilst remaining linked to the activities of the wider team and contributing at a service level.   

The Careers and Employability Service, Faculties and University have links to employers across a broad range of sectors and the role holder will be expected to be involved, sharing sector insights and expertise and developing opportunities for the students.  The role will involve occasional evening and weekend work, according to the needs of the service.   

If you are excited by the opportunity that this role presents and are keen to play a role in shaping the future success of the Service, we look forward to hearing from you.  

This role is available on a permanent basis. Hours of work are full time, 36.25 hours per week. There will be the option of working from home for up to 40% of the week, subject to delivery requirements. 

Starting salary will normally be the first point of the scale unless a candidate has significant relevant skills and experience

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Hannah Thompson Hannah.Thompson@nottingham.ac.uk

Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.

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