This is an exciting time for the Access and Outreach team as we expand to support the University's renewed focus on widening access, building on our founding principles of social purpose, equality, diversity and inclusion.
You will be joining a Department with a central goal, and a team of enthusiastic, experienced and committed colleagues. We are seeking new members of the team who will be equally committed to our goal of widening access and increasing diversity and will contribute to the success of our new Access and Outreach strategy.
In this new role, you will support the development and delivery of programmes, events and activities both locally and across the UK, to support widening participation in higher education and at the University of York. This will involve the delivery of existing programmes and the development of new innovative initiatives that meet the objectives set out in the University vision, our Access and Outreach strategy and our Access and Participation Plan. You will have the opportunity to contribute new ideas and gain significant experience in impactful access and outreach work.
Your particular focus will be on project coordination including the initiation of new pilot projects including market analysis, audience testing and proposal development. You will be key to the delivery of our evaluation strategy, ensuring good data collection methods. You will also work closely with senior leaders to facilitate rapid improvement to the systems and processes that underpin our work.
Skills, Experience & Qualification needed
You should be educated to Degree level (or have an equivalent professional qualification or relevant experience), you will be highly organised; and possess outstanding communication skills, including delivering projects which include internal and external stakeholders.
We expect to appoint at £25,941 which is on grade 5 of the University’s salary scales ( £25,941 - £30,942)
You should have experience in a similar role with a willingness to innovate and take a proactive role in the team. You should possess strong organisational skills, excellent analytical skills and a creative approach to problem solving. Proven experience in project coordination is essential, preferably with a knowledge of systems development, process analysis and data collection.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 28th July
We have a strong commitment to equality and diversity across all areas of the University community, both in our people and the services we provide to staff and students. Responding to the important shift in focus of Widening Participation across the HE sector, to inspire and support more students from specific under-represented backgrounds, the University would like to encourage applicants who are male or from a Black or ethnic minority background to apply for this post.
The closing date for applications is Sunday 12th July 11:59pm
For enquiries about this vacancy, please contact Lorna Bowling (email@example.com)
The University is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community – a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit. We offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, staff engagement forums, campus facilities and services to support staff from different backgrounds.
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