Rural and Urban Training Scheme Ltd
Rural and Urban Training Scheme Ltd

Charity registered in Scotland SC011134

RUTS are a leading provider of vocational training of the highest quality to young people aged 15 to 25 across Edinburgh and the Lothians.

Current vacancies

Top job! Chief Operating Officer

  • Full time
  • £35,000 – £40,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 10th October 2022

The Chief Operating Officer post is a new role that will support the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to provide strategic leadership of RUTS.

Who we are:

RUTS is a charity committed to supporting young people develop skills for work and skills for life for over 40 years by providing employability support and practical, vocational training. Through these activities tangible outcomes are achieved including re-engaging participants with school/further/higher education and sustained work placements and/or employment. There is also a specific focus on developing soft outcomes that support personal development, such as building confidence, resilience, and motivation.

MAIN ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Chief Operating Officer is responsible for leading the charity’s client facing activities, policies and systems. They are responsible for implementing the organisation strategy and business plan

The critical leadership role has three primary functions:

  1. Operational management: the Chief Operating Officer manages the infrastructure of the organisation, our HR/People, Culture, Finance, IT and facilities. Whilst leading the operations they will also work across all divisions to ensure operational excellence and the highest standards of business operations at all levels empowering a committed and passionate workforce.
  2. Strategic delivery: this role is responsible for helping develop and managing the implementation of our strategy and strategic objectives across the organisation. They will support our business planning process. They ensure we are being the best we can be, helping the most people we can, in the most impactful way we can.
  3. Special projects: the Chief Operating Officer will lead special projects across the organisation, particularly in new emerging areas for the organisation associated with growth, development, and reputation. The post holder will oversee the development and delivery of income generating projects. The focus in the first 12 months of the role will be to scope the current employability landscape and identify opportunities for RUTS.

They will also be an external face of RUTS and, as such, are encouraged to speak proactively on behalf of the organisation. They should demonstrate strong, visible and influential leadership of RUTS.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Governance

  • Responsible for keeping the highest standards of governance and compliance with key funding partners such as Inspiring Scotland
  • Support in leading the organisation with transparency and integrity, providing clear and demonstrable leadership to your team and our people.
  • Ensure an effective and efficient system is in place to manage RUTS policies and procedures, maintaining compliance with all relevant regulatory and legal requirements including a code of conduct that is clearly communicated to all staff and reflective of the organisation’s values.

Finances

  • You will be responsible for management of RUTS operational budget
  • Assist in forecasting, financial reporting and financial updates to the board.
  • You will be expected to improve RUTS commercial performance by creating new and innovative opportunities for revenue generation via sponsorships and partnerships.

Strategic Management

  • Assist in the development, implementation and monitoring of RUTS Strategic Plan
  • Develop and implement the Operational Plan; track and report progress against targets
  • Maintain awareness of risks and changes in the external environment that affect the organisation

Strategic Relationships

  • Maintain the organisation’s performance and how it is perceived by all relevant stakeholders
  • Facilitate the development of partnerships and collaborative working generally, including with businesses where appropriate to advance the organisation’s objectives

Business Development

  • Participate actively in the strategic planning process to support the growth of RUTS vocational programmes
  • Lead the delivery of the organisation’s operational business plan and engage proactively in business development through existing and new finance streams.
  • Lead on/input to the planning and development of projects (both existing and new).

People Development

  • Work closely with direct reports, supporting their personal development
  • Review and develop training and development plans to support individual and team capability development aligned with achieving the organisation mission and aims

Operational Responsibilities

  • Provide strategic development support to the CEO and deputise for the CEO
  • Develop case studies and other evidence to illustrate the impact and value of our work.
  • Keep up to date with national, regional and local developments.
  • Ensure that data is entered into the CRM so that case management can be effective across the organisation
  • Work in accordance with our values, policies and procedures.
  • Work in accordance with our equal opportunities and diversity framework.
  • Work in accordance with our safeguarding of children and adults policy and practice.
  • Use ICT for general administrative duties including work processing, spreadsheets, emails and databases.

PERSON SPECIFICATION

Previous Experience

  • Proven track record in a leadership position commensurate with the responsibilities of the Chief Operating Officer role.
  • An understanding of the policy and funding environment of the third sector.
  • Strong track record of cultivating effective relationships among partners and stakeholders including government and local authorities.
  • Experience of implementing a successful strategic plan aligned to performance people-management.
  • Experience of budget management
  • Experience of public speaking, ideally including experience in handling media.

Skills and abilities

  • Ability to engage and form partnerships within the public, private and/or third sector.
  • Ability to engage with public sector funding bodies, potential new funders in the private sector to develop new financial streams for RUTS, as well as understand the nuances of the third sector.
  • Ability to act as a valued ambassador and champion for RUTS.
  • Leadership skills to motivate and inspire our people.
  • Innovative, with the ability to identify and recommend business opportunities when they arise.
  • Ability to build effective relationships with team members, colleagues, Board members and external stakeholders.
  • Excellent organisation and planning skills to cope with a varied workload and ability to handle change, take decisions and prioritise workloads effectively to meet deadlines

Knowledge

  • A demonstrable understanding of how youth work and vocational training programmes operate.
  • A knowledge of the youth unemployment landscape and its diverse stakeholders, including at community level, is desirable.

Values

  • Motivated, enthusiastic, and self-starting with a commitment and drive for organisational development.
  • Committed to ensuring high standards, efficiency, and outstanding customer service
  • Committed to values of RUTS and in particular equality, inclusion, and diversity.
  • Confident in own abilities to work as part of a team or on own initiative.
  • Ability to work under pressure and prioritise work to meet deadlines and take decisions

Qualifications & Training:

  • Hold a relevant managerial / business qualification or equivalent experience.
  • Driving licence required

REPORTS TO: CEO

LINE MANAGER: CEO

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Employability Progressions Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £23,175
  • Newtongrange
  • Closing 31st October 2021

Inspired to make a positive impact on young people’s lives?

Do you have the skills to engage, inspire and progress young people aged 16-24 towards a positive destination? – if the answer to these questions is yes…

Then read on – we may just be the perfect fit!

We are an innovative and exciting organisation who INSPIRE young people across Scotland to realise their potential and we are looking for someone who shares our passion and commitment to achieve this through delivery of a variety of vocational and employability themed programmes.

This is a full time (35hrs per week) role and the successful applicant will have experience in delivering training and supporting individuals into a positive destination.

Context and Purpose

RUTS is committed to providing vocational training and other support of the highest quality to young people using innovative solutions - This role will work as part of a wider team to facilitate in the planning, delivery and achievement of RUTS programmes.

There is scope to further develop this post creatively with young people.

This is not an exhaustive list and you will be required to contribute to the development of this exciting role in collaboration with the employability programme manager and wider staff team.

The Individual

Will be enthusiastic and committed to working with young people, supporting them to identify and remove barriers and helping them to successfully move into positive destinations and achieve better outcomes.

Values based -

· Innovative – Encouraging and nurturing ideas.

· Networks – Connecting and building relationships

· Seamless – Providing effective service delivery through joined up services

· Participative – Collaborating in the design and implementation of services

· Inclusive – Encouraging diversity, welcoming individuals from all communities

· Responsive – Anticipating change and adapting our services to meet needs

· Empowering – Enabling people to reach their potential

We have a friendly and professional ethos, with a strong commitment to quality and innovation, both in terms of the services and products we provide and the way we work together.

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Youth Worker / Youth Trainer - General

  • Full time
  • £23,175
  • Newtongrange
  • Closing 31st October 2021

Inspired to make a positive impact on young people’s lives?

Interested in developing your skills and experience around fitness, employability or mechanics? Keen to share this knowledge with aspiring young people? – if the answer to these questions is yes…

Then read on – we may just be the perfect fit!

We are an innovative and exciting organisation who INSPIRE young people aged 15-25 across Scotland to realise their potential and we are looking for someone who shares our passion and commitment to achieve this through delivery of a variety of vocational and employability themed programmes.

This is a full time (35hrs per week) role and the successful applicant will have an enthusiasm for inspiring the next generation - ideally with experience of a fitness related subject (such as boxing or cycling) , mechanics or prior experience in delivering training and support to young people.

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF JOB

RUTS is committed to providing vocational training and other support of the highest quality to young people using innovative solutions This role will work with the delivery staff to assist in the planning, delivery and administration of RUTS programmes.

The purpose of this post is to:

  • Assist in the delivery of learning opportunities for young people that use motorcycles /bicycles/boxing as a focus.

There is scope to further develop this post creatively with young people.This is not an exhaustive list and you will be required to contribute to the development of this exciting new role in collaboration with the employability programme manager and wider senior management team.

For an informal chat or if you have any questions around any aspect of the role please get in touch on 0131 663 5736

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Motorcycle Programme Manager

  • Full time
  • £27,000 – £30,000
  • Newtongrange
  • Closing 31st October 2021

A new post has been created to maintain our fleet of off-road motorcycles.

If you’re passionate about motorcycles, turn it into a career at RUTS. Just imagine spending every day with people who share your passion for bikes. The job will involve training young people aged 15 – 25 and our staff team. The ideal candidate must have previous experience working on and servicing motorcycles.

Experience with any makes and models of bikes will be considered and you will have a Full UK Driving Licence and be competent in off-road riding.

An ability to work on your own initiative as well as part of a team and have a “can do” attitude. The ideal candidate will possess good communication and IT skills.

Working between our well-equipped Training Centre based in Newtongrange and our mobile delivery units.

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF JOB

RUTS provides young people aged 15-25 with an opportunity to learn new skills using motorcycles/bicycles, and other related activities. RUTS is a fast changing organisation responding to the needs of young people and adapting our services to meet these.

The purpose of this post is to:

  • Maintain the fleet of off-road motorcycles
  • Provide learning opportunities for young people using motorcycles as the focus. Delivering and supporting the development of a range of services which will be taken to young people in their own communities or delivered at our training centre.
  • Provide opportunities for young people to further develop their interest in motorcycle mechanics. The post holder will offer short courses which will provide practical training and personal development.
  • Ability to us technology/digital media to engage with young people
  • Train staff in the delivery of RUTS motorcycle programmes
  • There is scope to further develop this post creatively.
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Employability Development Officer

  • Full time
  • £25,000
  • Newtongrange
  • Closing 17th June 2022

Inspired to make a positive impact on young people’s lives?

Do you have the skills to engage, inspire and progress young people aged 16-24 towards a positive destination? –

if the answer to these questions is yes…

Then read on – we may just be the perfect fit!

This is a new role within an innovative and exciting organisation who INSPIRE young people across Scotland to realise their potential and we are looking for someone who shares our passion and commitment to achieve this through delivery of a variety of vocational and employability themed programmes.

This is a full time (35hrs per week) role, and the successful applicant will have experience in delivering and designing employability training and supporting individuals into a positive destination.

Context and Purpose

RUTS is committed to providing vocational training and other support of the highest quality to young people using innovative solutions - This role will be accountable for the planning, delivery, and achievement of RUTS programmes.

You will be responsible for securing employment, education and training opportunities for participants and supporting them to progress. You will deliver group employability and personal development workshops and qualifications, establish, and maintain partnerships with referral agencies and develop links with the colleges and employers to secure suitable opportunities for our young people.

There is scope to further develop this post creatively with young people.

This is not an exhaustive list, and you will be required to contribute to the development of this exciting role.

The Individual

Will be enthusiastic and committed to working with young people, supporting them to identify and remove barriers and helping them to successfully move into positive destinations and achieve better outcomes. You will have vast experience in the employability sector.

Values based -

  • Innovative – Encouraging and nurturing ideas.
  • Networks – Connecting and building relationships
  • Seamless – Providing effective service delivery through joined up services
  • Participative – Collaborating in the design and implementation of services
  • Inclusive – Encouraging diversity, welcoming individuals from all communities
  • Responsive – Anticipating change and adapting our services to meet needs
  • Empowering – Enabling people to reach their potential

We have a friendly and professional ethos, with a strong commitment to quality and innovation, both in terms of the services and products we provide and the way we work together.

For an informal chat or if you have any questions around any aspect of the role please get in touch with Asher on 0131 663 5736

Person Specification

Essential tasks:

  • Accountable for the design and delivery of a range of employability and vocational programmes and qualifications
  • Responsible for the development of activities which support young people to develop work-based skills, life skills and enhance communication
  • Overall accountability for participants progression into employment, education, or training
  • Overall accountability for identifying work experience opportunities and supporting participants within work experience, employment, education, or training by providing aftercare
  • Work with young people to identify barriers to positive destinations and empower them to achieve
  • Support young people who may have had a poor experience of education and consequently have difficulties with literacy, self-esteem, and communication.
  • Accountable for updating the staff team of opportunities available to young people who wish to pursue a career in a related field.
  • Responsible to develop and maintain employer relationships to facilitate work experience and/or employment opportunities
  • Expand networks with other training and education providers
  • Accountable for keeping written records of the work undertaken for the purposes of evaluation.
  • Accountable for the delivery of a complete employability service including job searching strategies, interview techniques, job applications etc.. and delivering group and personal development workshops
  • Accountable for meeting delivery team targets in relation to recruitment, retention, and outcomes.
  • Accountable for ensuring there is evidence to support progression outcomes and achievement
  • Manage own time and support the delivery of objectives and targets ensuring the development of professional practice and updating personal knowledge of local and national employability initiatives.
  • Continuously demonstrate and develop better understanding of ethical issues in relation to working with young people. (eg. Confidentiality, Child Protection and equal opportunities, etc.)

The above is not an exhaustive list of duties, and you will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by your changing role within the organisation and its overall objectives.

Required skills and experience essential:

  • Supervision of staff
  • Able to demonstrate coaching/mentoring experience and persuasion/influencing skills through previous work or social activities
  • Experience or knowledge of local and national employability initiatives
  • Experience of working in a performance target driven environment
  • Excellent communication, planning and organisational skills and the ability to manage your own time effectively
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, Teams and Zoom

Desirable:

  • Experience of SQA/SCQF qualifications structure or development
  • Any relevant vocational and/or training qualification e.g. CIAG, Assessor/Verifier

Flexibility

  • Occasional out of hours working required
  • Commitment to Continued Personal Development (through both in-house, external, and self-guided learning/training)

Special job requirements

  • E Current car driving licence
  • E Membership of PVG scheme (upon appointment)
  • D Clean driving licence

The above is not an exhaustive list of duties, and you will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by the organisation and its overall objectives

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Employability Progressions Co-ordinator

  • Full time
  • £23,000
  • Newtongrange
  • Closing 8th July 2022

Inspired to make a positive impact on young people’s lives? Do you have the skills to engage, inspire and progress young people aged 16-24 towards a positive destination? – if the answer to these questions is yes…

Then read on – we may just be the perfect fit!

We are an innovative and exciting organisation who INSPIRE young people across Scotland to realise there potential and we are looking for someone who shares our passion and commitment to achieve this through delivery of a variety of vocational and employability themed programmes.

This is a full time (35hrs per week) role and the successful applicant will have experience in delivering training and supporting individuals into a positive destination.

Context and Purpose

RUTS is committed to providing vocational training and other support of the highest quality to young people using innovative solutions - This role will work as part of a wider team to facilitate in the planning, delivery and achievement of RUTS programmes.

You will be responsible for securing employment, education and training opportunities for participants and supporting them to progress. You will deliver group employability and personal development workshops and qualifications, establish and maintain partnerships with referral agencies and develop links with the colleges and employers to secure suitable opportunities for our young people.

There is scope to further develop this post creatively with young people.

This is not an exhaustive list and you will be required to contribute to the development of this exciting role.

The Individual

Will be enthusiastic and committed to working with young people, supporting them to identify and remove barriers and helping them to successfully move into positive destinations and achieve better outcomes.

Values based -

  • Innovative – Encouraging and nurturing ideas.
  • Networks – Connecting and building relationships
  • Seamless – Providing effective service delivery through joined up services
  • Participative – Collaborating in the design and implementation of services
  • Inclusive – Encouraging diversity, welcoming individuals from all communities
  • Responsive – Anticipating change and adapting our services to meet needs
  • Empowering – Enabling people to reach their potential

We have a friendly and professional ethos, with a strong commitment to quality and innovation, both in terms of the services and products we provide and the way we work together.

A full Job Description is available for download below.

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Senior Employability Worker

  • Full time
  • £26,250
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 16th September 2022

Inspired to make a positive impact on young people’s lives? Do you have the skills to engage, inspire and progress young people aged 16-24 towards a positive destination? If the answer to these questions is yes…Then read on – we may just be the perfect fit!

We are an innovative and exciting organisation who INSPIRE young people across Scotland to realise their potential and we are looking for someone who shares our passion and commitment to achieve this through delivery of a variety of vocational and employability themed programmes.

This is a full time (35hrs per week) role and the successful applicant will have experience in delivering and designing employability training and supporting individuals into a positive destination.

Context and Purpose

RUTS is committed to providing vocational training and other support of the highest quality to young people using innovative solutions. The successful candidate will be responsible for securing employment, education and training opportunities for participants and supporting them to progress into positive destinations. They will lead on and deliver group employability and personal development workshops and qualifications, establish, and maintain partnerships with referral agencies and develop links with the colleges and employers to secure suitable opportunities for our young people.

Accountability

This role will be accountable for the planning, delivery, and achievement of RUTS employability programmes including managing the day-to-day operation of the employability department. This role will be accountable for ensuring contract compliance is achieved to a high standard, and that RUTS meets its delivery and outcome targets. This role will also be responsible for the line management of RUTS employability youth worker(s).

There is scope to further develop this post creatively with young people.

This is not an exhaustive list and you will be required to contribute to the development of this exciting role.

The Individual

Will be enthusiastic and committed to working with young people, supporting them to identify and remove barriers and helping them to successfully move into positive destinations and achieve better outcomes. You will have vast experience in the employability sector.

Values based -

The individual will share RUTS values:

  • Innovative – Encouraging and nurturing ideas.
  • Networks – Connecting and building relationships
  • Seamless – Providing effective service delivery through joined up services
  • Participative – Collaborating in the design and implementation of services
  • Inclusive – Encouraging diversity, welcoming individuals from all communities
  • Responsive – Anticipating change and adapting our services to meet needs
  • Empowering – Enabling people to reach their potential

We have a friendly and professional ethos, with a strong commitment to quality and innovation, both in terms of the services and products we provide and the way we work together.

Essential tasks:

  • Accountable for the design and delivery of a range of employability and vocational programmes and qualifications
  • Responsible for the development of activities which support young people to develop work-based skills, life skills and enhance communication
  • Overall accountability for participants progression into employment, education, or training
  • Overall accountability for identifying work experience opportunities and supporting participants within work experience, employment, education, or training by providing aftercare
  • Work with young people to identify barriers to positive destinations and empower them to move towards achieving and sustaining a positive outcome
  • Support young people who may have had a poor experience of education and consequently have difficulties with literacy, self-esteem, and communication.
  • Accountable for updating the staff team of opportunities available to young people who wish to pursue a career in a related field.
  • Responsible to develop and maintain employer relationships to facilitate work experience and/or employment opportunities
  • Expand networks with other training and education providers
  • Accountable for keeping written records of the work undertaken for the purposes of evaluation.
  • Accountable for the delivery of a complete employability service including job searching strategies, interview techniques, job applications etc.. and delivering group and personal development workshops
  • Accountable for meeting delivery team targets in relation to recruitment, retention, and outcomes.
  • Accountable for ensuring there is evidence to support progression outcomes and achievement
  • Manage own time and support the delivery of objectives and targets ensuring the development of professional practice and updating personal knowledge of local and national employability initiatives.
  • Continuously demonstrate and develop better understanding of ethical issues in relation to working with young people. (eg. Confidentiality, Child Protection and equal opportunities, etc.)

The above is not an exhaustive list of duties, and you will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by your changing role within the organisation and its overall objectives.

Person Specification

Required skills and experience:

Essential:

  • Able to demonstrate coaching/mentoring experience and persuasion/influencing skills through previous work or social activities
  • Experience or knowledge of local and national employability initiatives
  • Experience of working in a performance target driven environment
  • Any relevant vocational and/or training qualification e.g. CIAG, Assessor/Verifier – Or willing to work towards this
  • Excellent communication, planning and organisational skills and the ability to manage your own time effectively
  • Proficient IT literacy (use of Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, Teams and Zoom)
  • Flexible can-do attitude
  • Commitment to Continued Personal Development (through both in-house, external, and self-guided learning/training)
  • Current full UK car driving licence
  • Membership of PVG scheme (upon appointment)

Desirable:

  • Experience of line management of staff
  • Experience or understanding of SQA/SCQF qualifications structure or development
  • Occasional out of hours working

The above is not an exhaustive list of duties, and you will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by the organisation and its overall objectives

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Youth Worker – Employability

  • Full time
  • £24,333
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 16th September 2022

Inspired to make a positive impact on young people’s lives? Do you have the skills to engage, inspire and progress young people aged 16-24 towards a positive destination? If the answer to these questions is yes…Then read on – we may just be the perfect fit!

We are an innovative and exciting organisation who INSPIRE young people across Scotland to realise their potential and we are looking for someone who shares our passion and commitment to achieve this through delivery of a variety of vocational and employability themed programmes.

This is a full time (35hrs per week) role, and the successful applicant will have experience in delivering training and supporting individuals into a positive destination.

Context and Purpose

RUTS is committed to providing vocational training and other support of the highest quality to young people using innovative solutions. The successful candidate will support the achievement of RUTS employability targets and outcomes by delivering focused employability training that will assist participants to secure progression opportunities. These will include but are not limited to employment, education, and further training opportunities. They will deliver group employability and personal development workshops and qualifications, establish, and maintain partnerships with referral agencies and develop links with the colleges and employers to secure suitable opportunities for our young people.

There is scope to further develop this post creatively with young people. This is not an exhaustive list; you will be required to contribute to the development of this exciting role in collaboration with the Senior Employability Worker and wider staff team.

The Individual

The individual will be enthusiastic and committed to working with young people, supporting them to identify and remove barriers and helping them to successfully move into positive destinations and achieve better outcomes.

Values based -

The individual will share RUTS values:

  • Innovative – Encouraging and nurturing ideas.
  • Networks – Connecting and building relationships
  • Seamless – Providing effective service delivery through joined up services
  • Participative – Collaborating in the design and implementation of services
  • Inclusive – Encouraging diversity, welcoming individuals from all communities
  • Responsive – Anticipating change and adapting our services to meet needs
  • Empowering – Enabling people to reach their potential

We have a friendly and professional ethos, with a strong commitment to quality and innovation, both in terms of the services and products we provide and the way we work together.

Essential tasks:

  • Work with young people to identify barriers to positive destinations and empower them to achieve
  • Assist in the development of activities which support young people to develop work-based skills, life skills and enhance communication
  • Deliver and facilitate a range of employability and vocational programmes and qualifications
  • Support young people who may have had a poor experience of education and consequently have difficulties with literacy, self-esteem and communication.
  • Maintain knowledge of opportunities available to young people who wish to pursue a career in a related field.
  • Develop and maintain employer relationships to facilitate work experience and/or employment opportunities
  • Expand networks with other training and education providers
  • Maintain written records of the work undertaken for the purposes of evaluation.
  • Obtain evidence to support progression outcomes and achievement
  • Manage own time and support the delivery of objectives and targets ensuring the development of professional practice and updating personal knowledge of local and national employability initiatives.
  • Continuously demonstrate and develop better understanding of ethical issues in relation to working with young people. (eg. Confidentiality, Child Protection and equal opportunities, etc.)

The above is not an exhaustive list of duties and you will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by your changing role within the organisation and its overall objectives.

Person Specification

Required skills and experience:

Essential:

  • Able to demonstrate coaching/mentoring experience and persuasion/influencing skills through previous work or social activities
  • Experience or knowledge of local and national employability initiatives
  • Excellent communication, planning and organisational skills and the ability to manage your own time effectively
  • Any relevant vocational and/or training qualification e.g. CIAG, Assessor/Verifier – Or willing to work towards this
  • Proficient IT literacy (use of Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, Teams and Zoom)
  • Flexible can-do attitude
  • Commitment to Continued Personal Development (through both in-house, external, and self-guided learning/training)
  • Current full UK car driving licence
  • Membership of PVG scheme (upon appointment)

Desirable:

  • Experience of working in a performance target driven environment
  • Experience or understanding of SQA/SCQF qualifications structure or development
  • Occasional out of hours working

The above is not an exhaustive list of duties, and you will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by the organisation and its overall objectives

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