Employability Engagement Officer

Location: University of Sunderland in London
Salary: £36,197 to £41,704 per annum
Hours per Week: 35
Closing Date: Monday 19 February 2024
Interview Date: Friday 01 March 2024
Reference: USL634

Would you like to work in a modern Higher Education institution where we prioritise student experience, customer service, academic quality, value for money and continuous improvement in our decision-making? Do you have a passion for placing students at the heart of everything you do? If your answer is ‘yes’, we have a great opportunity for you as an Employability Engagement Officer.

You would join the Careers and Enterprise Team within the Services for Students department at the University of Sunderland in London. We help students and graduates to gain skills, confidence and knowledge for their future success.

We are a new team, passionate about creating a service with real impact on our students and graduates’ futures. We provide a range of learning activities, including online and in-person workshops, access to on-demand resources, employment opportunities, extra-curricular courses, 1-2-1s and suitable support embedded within academic programmes.

Your role would involve working with academic colleagues to support embedded learning and ensuring a cohesive and fit-for-purpose digital learning offer. You would be a key member of the wider Services for Students team and would assist the Head and Assistant Head of Service for Students in the continuous review and development of the service.

To excel in this position, you will need to have experience in a recruitment, employability or enterprise support environment, as well as experience coordinating skills development, learning or training activities. You will need to be a skilled networker with the ability to establish and develop positive relationships with external organisations and internal stakeholders.

As our community of staff and students continues to grow, this role offers an engaging and fulfilling opportunity to make a positive impact on our students and graduates’ experience and outcomes.

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