Why Get Further?
At Get Further we’re passionate about reducing educational inequality and increasing social mobility. We support young people to get back on track in education and increase their career options by providing innovative catch-up tuition to students who missed out on gateway English and maths GCSEs at school. We are committed to the quality of the roles we offer. Our team are offered genuine learning and development opportunities in areas of interest and the chance to join meetings and networks with senior leaders across the education system.
As a Programme Coordinator you will be supported by our Programme Managers, building positive relationships with tutors, students and lead-teachers in your region. You will act as their main point of contact and work together to deliver our programmes as effectively as possible so that the students we work with have the best chance of achieving the GCSE grades they need. You will have the chance to build your knowledge and experience of the education and charity sectors whilst also building transferable skills in communication, relationship management, plus data and performance management.
Your main responsibilities include:
*Being the main point of contact for tutors, students and lead-teachers – ensuring that each group is informed and fulfils their role in our programme correctly
*Supporting with tutor recruitment, training and engagement
*Marketing our programmes to students on colleges campuses, running induction and enrolment sessions
*Using our CRM software to input, manage and monitor data to identify potential problems, provide reports to colleges and assess our impact
*Continually consider ways in which we can improve our processes and procedures to improve quality and efficiency
For a full job description and further breakdown of duties please see the recruitment pack.
• Commitment to Get Further’s mission and values, including passionate about tackling educational inequality
• Planning, time management and administration skills
• Ability to react to quickly changing priorities
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Proactive, enthusiastic, and the ability to work independently
• Desire to learn, develop and advance personal career prospects
• IT skills – experience of MS Office, particularly Word and Excel
• Excellent spoken and written English language skills
• Keen interest in programme delivery
• Experience in programme delivery and/or recruitment
• Familiarity with the further education sector
• Experience, interest in or commitment