Building on the University’s leading reputation for professional and work integrated learning, higher and degree apprenticeships, Middlesex aims to provide high quality higher education that meets the skills needs of employers while enhancing social mobility and access to the professions. We are looking for a high performing Apprenticeships and Skills Operations Manager to be responsible for ensuring the effective operation, coordination, development and quality enhancement of University Services Area systems and procedures to support the development and delivery of higher and degree apprenticeships and other skills related provision.
You will require excellent organisational, liaison, cross-functional team working and communication skills to ensure that the University’s provision of apprenticeships and skills is of high quality. This will include working with University Registry, Finance, Quality, Academic Partnership, Marketing and Communications teams as well as Faculties. It will also include working with employers and other main providers and/or sub-contracted providers and/or apprentice assessment organisations to ensure that the University’s provision is meeting employer needs and compliant with required regulation.
You will have the capability to prepare, plan, implement effective operational systems and procedures bringing to bear your knowledge and experience of apprenticeships and skills related provision. You will also have responsibility for the development and delivery effective training for University Service and Faculty staff to support the implementation of new systems and procedures. You will need to demonstrate a positive and proactive mindset that supports ongoing quality enhancement of the University’s provision while managing and addressing issues that are identified responsively and effectively.
If you have further questions about this exciting opportunity please contact Darryll Bravenboer on firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply please visit the Middlesex University website. Closing date: 21st November 2017