Top Job School Liaison Officer 22 hours per week - Permanent position to commence January 2021

School Liaison Officer

  • Employer - Bishop Auckland College
  • Reference number - RS20/21/224
  • Sector - Public - local government
  • Department - Education
  • Location: - Bishop Auckland
  • Salary - Fixed point 21 - (£22,151.00 pro rata)
  • Duration - Permanent
  • Hours - Part time | 22 hours per week - Permanent position to commence January 2021
  • Closing date - Wednesday, 20 January 2021

Job Description

Bishop Auckland College is seeking to recruit a School Liaison Officer who will be responsible for supporting  the Marketing and School Liaison function at Bishop Auckland College and South West Durham Training (SWDT) with marketing and recruitment activities with an emphasis on 16 to 19 year old target market recruitment.

The successful candidate will haveSafeguarding Level 1 (to be achieved within 6 weeks) and Level 2 qualifications in Literacy and Numeracy (or be willing to work towards within 2 years), beeducated to level 4 (EG HNC/Cert Ed.) and have a Level 3/4 Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) qualification (or be willing to work towards within two years)

Applicants will also experience ofpresenting and engaging young people.

For candidates with both sets of skills for the School Liaison Officer & the Digital & Social media Officer, the college would welcome joint applications to both roles.

Contact information

For further details and an application form please email katie.hinch@bacoll.ac.uk or contact our 24 hour answering service on 01388 443108. The college will be closed for Christmas between Thursday 17 December 2020 and Monday 4 January 2021. Application forms and full job descriptions can be found on our vacancy page on our website:  https://bacoll.ac.uk/Vacancies

How to apply

Please see the contact information section above for details about how to apply for this job.

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