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Recruitment Coordinator

Location: Liverpool
Salary: £18000 - £23000/annum
Posted: 7 days ago
Industry: Education
Contact Name: CV-Library
If you are organized, sharp, a good communicator, and up for a challenge then this could be the right role for you. We are currently working exclusively with one of the largest work-based learning provider in the UK who are seeking a Central Planner to be based at their head office in Liverpool   What is the role? - You are the main person, the eye in the sky- managing, coordinating, planning the schedule of both new and existing staff i.e. trainers, sales staff, tutors - You will be using an in-house database system to keep track of the trainer`s profile and schedule i.e. qualifications that learners are qualified to deliver, number of learners they are teaching, locations, etc - Matching trainer-learner availability - Organise training for the staff internally - Co-ordinate meetings with your clients - Provide induction and learner information pack to new starters - Maintain the database ensuring that all key contact details are up to date What do you mean by learner and trainer? - Learners – they are under the apprenticeship program. They could be young people who decided to pursue apprenticeship opportunities OR existing employees who wanted to enhance, develop their skill and gain further qualifications. - Trainer – they deliver the apprenticeship programs (otherwise known as Work Based Learning Qualifications) to the learners. In short, they are the teachers. What are they looking for? - Ideally someone who has experience of working within the work-based learning or welfare to work sector - Someone who is driven, sharp and has a good solid communication skills - You could be from a sales, recruitment background Salary - The scale is from £18,000 – £23, 000 (they tend to start people from £18,000 – £21,000) but willing to pay the top scale of the mark for the right person Interviews - ASAP – so please do get in contact at (Apply online only) and speak to Lawrence Zantua