Are you passionate about helping people transform their lives by supporting communities into employment and training?
You will work on an innovative London wide partnership Employability Programme; Love London Working (LLW). The programme is part funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and managed through the Greater London Authority (GLA). You will provide a quality provision that will enhance the lives of our residents on LLW to access training and employment opportunities, including apprenticeships.
We are looking for an exceptional Operations Manager with experience of successfully delivering complex target driven contracts to join our Clarion Futures Team to help us enhance and improve the lives of people within the local community, by supporting our residents into work and training opportunities, ensuring that we offer good quality information, guidance and advice within an effective in-work support service.
You’ll be responsible for the day to day delivery of Love London Working activities and the visible management to the LLW team, ensuring that targets are monitored and achieved with high and consistent standards of service delivery.
You will also be responsible for compiling and evaluating statistical data on performance and you’ll be required to make recommendations and take the necessary actions to achieve our objectives.
Other duties include:
- Organisation and attendance of project monitoring meetings for Love London Working
- Management of budgets and contractual targets
- Supporting the Employer Opportunities team to ensure potential employers are sourced to offer bespoke recruitment opportunities
You’ll excel in your written and verbal communication skills, and will use your organisational and project management skills to ensure high quality programmes are in place.
You will be educated to graduate level, and will have gained extensive experience and expertise of managing and delivering high target driven projects within a similar role. You’ll have a natural ability to lead and motivate others as well as an ability to build strong networks and partnerships with internal and external stakeholders at all levels.
A passion and drive to successfully deliver strategy and projects within budget will be critical for your success in this role
Applicants must be able to regularly travel within the area. This post is subject to an enhanced Criminal Record Check Clearance
This is a fantastic opportunity to utilise your extensive skills and experience to really make a difference for people’s lives.
Interviews - Week commencing 11 December 2017.
This role is fixed term up until June 2019.
This post is part funded by the European Social Fund through the Greater London Authority, managed ESF programme
Please read the Internal Application Guidance Notes available from the intranet before completing your online application.
This vacancy is a secondment opportunity for employees of Clarion Housing Group. Before applying, you are required to advise your line manager of your intention to do so to ensure the business can support your secondment and to plan for any further recruitment activity. If you are a permanent member of staff you will remain on your existing terms and conditions for the length of your secondment and - where possible - will return to your current post and salary after the secondment period.
The business reserves the right to refuse any secondment opportunity that is believed to be of detriment to service delivery.
We are committed to equal opportunities in employment and service delivery.
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