Established nearly 20 years ago, this small organisation is passionate about education - they work alongside school leaders to help enhance the learning and teaching of their students.
Each year they deliver high-quality in-school workshops for tens of thousands of young people, staff, parents, and governors. If you're looking for a role that makes a difference and has a positive impact on people's lives, then look no further...
Graduate Life Skills Director
This is a great opportunity for a graduate who loves working on and delivering engaging presentations and communicating ideas.
Creating engaging presentations and workshops on a variety of different educational topics, to assist different year groups on specific areas of interest
Attending schools across the South East and South London to deliver these presentations and workshops, and interacting with students and communicating ideas
Collecting feedback from staff and students, and writing up reports
Reaching out to prospective schools via email marketing campaigns to grow the territory
Why This Role?
Flexible working: You can work around your lifestyle; when you are not at workshops or conferences, you have the ability to work at home or to flexible working hours
Variety: Attending 100s of schools and colleges across the South East and South London, every day will be different!
Independent working: This role gives you the opportunity to work on your own projects and gives you the responsibility to manage your time and workload, as well as allowing you to communicate with people on a daily basis
Benefits: School holidays off, bonus structures as you progress, and business expenses paid
They will be holding an assessment centre on the 15th October 2021. All candidates must be available to attend this date as it will be the only day that they are interviewing before making an offer.
Details of the assessment centre will be given should you be selected for the shortlist - I will be giving candidates a call from next week to discuss the opportunity.
A 2:2 or above (or equivalent) in a relevant degree subject; ideally candidates will have a degree background that has exposed them to giving lots of presentations
Ideally, candidates will have some transferable experience in a leadership position (either as an extra-curricular or in work experience), running workshops, and creating and delivering presentations
Confident to lead presentations and strong communication skills
Due to the high amounts of travel with the role, candidates must have a driver's license and their own car, or have access to one for work