Course AdministratorWe are looking for a proactive, solution-focussed, and self-motivated individual to embed, maintain and monitor systems and processes leading to effective course administration across the Foundation’s programmes.
The Bell Foundation is a Cambridge based educational charity working to overcome exclusion through language education and is delivering its vision through three strategic programmes which focus on pupils, young people and those involved with the criminal justice system for whom English is an Additional Language. The Foundation has an exciting opportunity to work within a growing, dynamic team to provide course administration across the Foundation’s online courses, webinars and events.
We are looking for a proactive, solution-focussed, and self-motivated individual to embed, maintain and monitor systems and processes leading to effective course administration across the Foundation’s programmes. A methodical approach to tasks with a high standard of accuracy and attention to detail is paramount, with strong logical and systematic thinking skills to develop and improve effective processes and systems. With excellent interpersonal skills, and a friendly manner, you will act as a point of contact for enquiries about the Foundation and its work.
You will have experience working in a comparable role providing course administration and ensuring a high-quality experience for participants on training and events. You will be flexible, with the ability to work at pace whilst ensuring timely responses to external enquiries. You will be able to work on your own initiative and as a central part of the team whilst being proactive and hands on.
Please send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining how you meet the criteria set out in the Job Description. Please note, if you are shortlisted for an interview you will be required to complete an application form as part of our safer recruitment processes.
The Bell Foundation is committed to building a diverse and inclusive organisation to better represent the communities we serve. We welcome applications from all regardless of age, gender identity, disability, first language, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, race or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, transgender status, or socio-economic background.
The Bell Foundation is committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. A DBS check will be requested in the event of a successful application.