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Learning Administrator - Shakespeare Week and Hubs, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

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Job Summary

The Learning team at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is looking to recruit a Learning Administrator – Shakespeare Week and Hubs.

Job Description

The Learning team at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is looking to recruit a Learning Administrator - Shakespeare Week and Hubs. This new role at the Trust, is a part-time permanent contract working 14 hours per week between Monday and Friday. We can offer flexibility on the days and hours worked for the right candidate, and this can be discussed in interview.

Reporting to our Shakespeare Week Project Manager, you will support the Learning department by providing logistical and administrative assistance with specific regard to the Shakespeare Week and Hubs Programme- a national programme of Shakespeare activities, mostly for Primary Schools.

To be successful in this role you will have excellent administration skills to oversee operations, coordinate systems and procedures including schools and groups bookings. You will have attention to details to maintain accurate records and be able to work collaboratively with colleagues with regard to mailouts and publicity campaigns. You will collect and collate evaluation material from programme activities contributing to monthly departmental reviews.

While largely office based, you will have the chance to visit Learning sessions and events to see the work in progress, including in the inspirational settings of the Shakespeare Family homes.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 25 July 2024 and interviews will take place on Thursday 1 August 2024, they will be in-person in Stratford-upon-Avon.

If you would like to know more and to apply please go to our jobs website: https://jobs.shakespeare.org.uk

The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is committed to promoting equality of opportunity and building a diverse and representative workforce.

Job Requirements

Reporting to our Shakespeare Week Project Manager, you will support the Learning department by providing logistical and administrative assistance with specific regard to the Shakespeare Week and Hubs Programme- a national programme of Shakespeare activities, mostly for Primary Schools.

To be successful in this role you will have excellent administration skills to oversee operations, coordinate systems and procedures including schools and groups bookings. You will have attention to details to maintain accurate records and be able to work collaboratively with colleagues with regard to mailouts and publicity campaigns. You will collect and collate evaluation material from programme activities contributing to monthly departmental reviews.

Job Responsibilities

  • Assisting with the administrative operations and procedures for the Shakespeare Week and Hubs programmes.
  • Maintaining accurate records in collaboration with the learning team administrator.
  • Managing the SW data (unsubscribers, changes of email etc) on the CRM system.
  • Maintaining project-specific KPIs and contributing to a monthly departmental review.
  • Collecting and collating evaluation material from programme activities, in collaboration with other members of the team.
  • Assist with the administration of other Learning projects working closely with the Primary Education Manager and Shakespeare Week lead.
  • Maintaining the Learning Team calendar with events relevant to Shakespeare Week and the Hubs.
  • Working collaboratively with the Marketing and Comms team, keeping them up to date with relevant information in relation to programme specific events and activities, ensuring strong cross departmental working.
  • Assisting with the administration of annual competitions

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How to Apply

If you would like to know more and to apply please go to our jobs website: https://jobs.shakespeare.org.uk

Direct URL - https://jobs.shakespeare.org.uk/vacancy/learning-administrator-shakespeare-week-and-hubs-563361.html

The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is committed to promoting equality of opportunity and building a diverse and representative workforce.

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