|Employability Engagement / Learner Recruitment Officer
|£24,000 per annum
|Bonus structure based on target achievement
Purpose of Role
To recruit and support learners onto relevant training courses and into sustained employment.
Role & Responsibilities
- Recruitment of learners throughout the region onto relevant courses with NA College.
- Support learners into employment on completion of the course.
- Create, maintain and develop relationships with employers, Jobcentre plus and other key agencies, e.g. schools.
- Engage and advise potential learners on progression routes and pathways.
- Process referrals and enquiries, seeing them through to enrolment and progression into employment.
- Show referral contacts; potential learners and their parents around our training facilities.
- Maintain records of potential learners.
- Maintain records for referral contacts and employers.
- Maintain records of learner progression into employment.
- Coach and mentor our learners to reach their full potential.
- Prepare individuals to perform confidently and well at interviews and support them into applying for appropriate vacancies.
- Liaise with employers to identify and place individuals into employment opportunities.
- Track caseload progress, complete all relevant paperwork and maintain the tracking database.
- Comply with funding criteria to ensure a quality service.
- Verify supporting documentation submitted alongside the application process.
- Liaise with key contacts across the NAC Group and employers, ensuring smooth and seamless transitions for learners.
- Co-ordinate and attend IAG events.
- Advise on welfare support available, for example, bursaries, travel etc.
- Support the Company’s achievement of key performance indicators by achieving your own personal objectives.
- Support the Company to achieve funding contracts.
- Provide case studies.
- Assist with marketing and social media campaigns.
- Undertake all other duties that fall within the scope of the post.
|E – Essential
D – Desirable
|Experience of community work, careers work, coaching or social work
|Experience in the Welfare to Work environment
|Competent ICT skills, with various software programs, such as MS Office
|Experience of team working
|Information Advice and Guidance level 2
|Information Advice and Guidance level 3 or 4
|QCG – Qualification in Careers Guidance
|Willingness to participate in professional development
|Level 2 Maths and English or equivalent
|Excellent interpersonal and rapport building skills
|Confidence and influencing skills to positively change individuals behaviour
|Can liaise professionally with a wide range of staff and external agencies
|NA College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect staff to share this commitment
|Target driven and committed to achieving excellence through continuous improvement
|Willing to undertake new learning and personal development
|Flexibility and readiness to adapt to changing circumstances and work to meet changing requirements and new ideas
|Be prepared to travel to various NAC sites and other agencies / companies
|Able to obtain a satisfactory DBS clearance
|Able to commute
|Ability to work flexibly to meet NA College requirements.