STEM Ambassador & Manager

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  • Location:

    South West, Scotland

  • Sector:

    Business Support

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  • Salary:

    £25 - £29 per hour

  • Contact:

    Stephanie Willis

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  • Published:

    7 months ago

  • Duration:

    12 months

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STEM Ambassador/Manager

We are proud to work alongside the world's largest aircraft manufacture, to recruit staff for their sites across the UK. An exciting opportunity for an Early Careers Manager/STEM Ambassador has arisen to join the team based onsite in Chester

Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities

  • First Line management responsibility for the performance management of Early Careers programme participants. Ensuring individual's development (educational and behavioural) meets or surpasses programme requirements/standards

  • Regular 1-2-1's with the Early Careers participants and general daily support

  • Responsible for the operational delivery of the Graduate, Apprentice and Intern programmes, their associated business requirements, and their inherent educational standards

  • Performance management and case management where appropriate including investigation into misconduct

  • Liaison with business departments (TAO's/mentors/placement managers) including the Industrial Academy and HR Learning to ensure participants receive all mandatory training and develop relevant business acumen and experience (job specific skills, knowledge, and competence). Currently over 45 training courses for apprentices

  • Effective resource selection and deployment before, within and post programme. Support induction of new starts, and recruitment activity

  • Ensuring that the relevant Awarding Bodies requirements are met through the registration and internal verification of the participant's vocational qualifications. Inclusive of standardisation meetings with 3rd parties to ensure all Quality Control measures are in place

  • Regular operational reviews with educational partners to ensure participant performance meets course requirements, and that the service delivery level and course content meets the agreed business needs.

  • Support education liaison activities through interfacing with relevant external organisations and educational establishments including supporting resource deployment where required.

Key Qualities

  • Individual must be results and delivery driven with a sound logical approach to achieving tasks and objectives

  • Must be an organized person to keep on top of all changes

  • Able to work on own initiative to develop effective solutions to problems

  • Have good interpersonal skills to work well with others, as well as being able to motivate and encourage both individuals and a team

  • Have a strong 'personal branding' and demonstrate a 'can-do' attitude in all areas