£13,770 to £14,604 per annum (Pro rata of £33,966 - £26,024) (SS5)|
8th December 2023|
7th January 2024|
Project Coordinator (Battery Workforce Training Initiative)
Fixed Term (until the end of March 2025), 15 Hours per week, 52 Weeks per year
University College Birmingham has been awarded funding to develop the Battery Workforce Training Initiative in the West Midlands region.
This is an exciting project which brings together an inspirational partnership including Warwick Manufacturing Group and Cranfield University and endorsements from companies such as Jaguar Land Rover.
To assist the University in this endeavour we are looking to recruit a Project Co-ordinator to support the project team in developing, delivering, tracking, and evaluating the Battery Workforce Training Initiative Project to achieve the overall project’s stated goals and objectives.
The core aim of this project is to:
This is an excellent opportunity with experience in administration to further develop and be part of a cutting-edge project which has a significant national profile.
So if this sounds like the role for you apply now!!
Sunday 7 January 2024 at midday.
How to apply:
Apply online or download an application pack by clicking the 'Apply' button above.
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