- Employer: Lincolnshire County Council
- Reference: 18183
- Published: Mon 13/03/2023, 13:46 PM
- Closing on: Tue 04/04/2023, 13:46 PM
- Working Pattern: Full Time
- Hours: To be confirmed
- Salary: £30,000 - £39,999
- DBS Check: Enhanced
- Location: Sleaford, Lincolnshire
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Senior Project Officer (Learning)
Lincolnshire County Council have an amazing opportunity to join our Adult Skills and Family Learning Service as a Senior Project Officer.
About the role
The role is based within the Adult Skills and Family Learning Service and would suit an experienced education professional with adult and community learning or further education experience and excellent leadership and co-ordination skills.
The role is very varied and will suit someone with a strong background in adult and community or post-16 education with a passion for delivering high quality education. You will be responsible for line managing a small team of project officers on a range of adult learning programmes and projects. There will be some attendance at events and meetings so a full driving licence and access to a vehicle would be advantageous.
The service directly delivers Family Learning Programmes in schools and children's centres providing opportunities for parents and carers to refresh their skills so that they are better able to support their children. Information on the training providers we work with and the programmes we offer can be found on the 2aspire website: https://www.2aspire.org.uk
About the Team
You will be an integral part of an engaged, proactive, forward thinking and supportive team that provides over 6,000 training places to adults each year. You will co-ordinate the planning, delivery and reporting requirements of our contracted providers on Adult Learning and Multiply Programmes, in response to the Department for Education’s requirements as well as identified priorities across Lincolnshire.
Hybrid working is a feature of this role. The successful applicant will be required to attend the office alongside the rest of the team each Thursday. On occasion additional days may be required.
You will need to be well organised, with high level leadership and co-ordination skills. You will possess excellent, communication and negotiation abilities, able to translate and implement strategy into action, be confident in developing strong relationships with partner organisations and managing project delivery.
You will demonstrate strong presentation skills, both verbal and written, sufficient to write and present reports to a range of audiences. With experience of translating strategy into actions and the ability to manage change, you will work well under pressure and meet conflicting deadlines alongside undertaking complex work, using your knowledge and expertise in curriculum management and legislation.
Committed to your own personal development you will be willing to attend training and keep up to date with developments in the field including instigating peer review processes with internal and external colleagues sharing best practice.
This is an opportunity where the usual experience, education, knowledge and technical ‘know how’ are all pre-requisites, the ability to lead, manage and inspire your team with the right culture, is just as critical. Likewise, is the ability to form and continually develop long term relationships with our partners.
Applicants must be educated to Level 4 or equivalent and hold a teaching qualification at a minimum of Level 3.
About Our Offer
Along with a competitive salary we are offering:
- A Contributory pension
- Comprehensive benefits package including excellent discount schemes and cycle to work
- Flexible working policies
- Career progression opportunities
- A generous annual leave entitlement plus the option to buy more
Further details can be found in our rewards and benefits brochure
If this sounds like the role for you, then please read through the full Job Description, before clicking apply! If you would like to know more about Lincolnshire County Council and our current vacancies then click on over to www.lincolnshire.gov.uk.
We always maintain professionalism ensuring LCC's Core Values and Behaviours Framework is central to what we do.
PLEASE NOTE: It is imperative that your covering letter/personal statement clearly states why you have applied, how you meet the essential and desirable criteria for the role as set out in the Job Description (attached on LCC jobs Site) and what you feel you can bring to this role, the team and the wider County Council.
Applications will close on 04/04/23 and interviews will take place on or around 18/04/23
For a confidential and informal discussion about the role please contact:
Jenny Riordan on 07584 347038
Best of luck with your application
How to Apply
Please apply online via the link provided.
Please note, we do not accept CV’s submitted without a fully completed online application form.
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