This is an exciting time to join an organisation with an important role in the UK’s world-class higher education sector.
Higher education is changing across the UK, and our client is evolving to meet its needs. They are the UK’s independent quality body for higher education with a mission to safeguard and improve the quality of UK higher education, wherever it is delivered in the world. They have already started work as the designated quality body for higher education in England, and their new membership scheme was launched in July. They’re changing the way they work and introducing new services to benefit universities and colleges in the UK and support their operation globally.
Position: Reviewer Coordinator
Job type: Full Time, Permanent
Hours: 35 hours per week
Salary: £21,017 to £26,507 per annum dependent upon knowledge, skills and experience
Benefits: 25 days holiday (increasing to 28 days after 2 years’ service and 30 days after 5 years’ service), Christmas closure, SAUL pension, employee health care, occupational health services, employee assistance programme, eye test vouchers, complimentary tea and coffee, work-life balance, travel to work loans, limited number of free parking spaces. For more information on our benefits please contact their HR Team
Closing Date: 11th September 2019
About the role:
They are looking for a talented and enthusiastic Reviewer Coordinator, who shares their commitment to improving and promoting the UK’s world class reputation for delivering a quality higher education experience for all students.
This role within our clients Quality Assessment department supports the Reviewer Manager in the recruitment, selection, training, performance management and relationship management of the reviewers and experts who participate in their work as the designated body and is critical to delivery of the agency’s vision and remodelled operations.
For more detailed information on the role please visit their website.
They are looking for someone who has experience of delivering projects and activities to an agreed specification and budget.
It’s important that you have an understanding of the new regulatory framework for English higher education, strong administrative skills and excellent command of software packages and data management.
Our client values equality and diversity and recognises the benefits this brings. They welcome applications from all qualified people and are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives and skills.
If you have not heard from our client within three weeks of the closing date for this vacancy, then your application has not been successful. Please be aware that they are unable to provide feedback on individual job applications.
You may have experience of the following: Reviewer Coordinator, Recruiter, Recruitment Assistant, Recruitment Coordinator, Recruitment Consultant, In House Recruiter, Project Coordinator, Project Assistant, Project Administrator, L&D Assistant, L&D Coordinator, Learning and Development Assistant, Learning and Development Coordinator, etc.