Recruitment and Support Officer

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Job description Our client is a governing body within the education field and they are currently looking for a Recruitment Support Officer who is fluent Welsh to join its team that is responsible for the promotion of teaching as a career. Reporting directly to the Promotion of Careers Manager, the post holder will play a lead operational role in the implementation of the 'Educators Wales' recruitment, advocacy and support service. Responsibilities: Under the direction of the Promotion of Careers Manager, the Recruitment and Support Officer will: Promotion of Careers Assist to further develop the information, advice, guidance and advocacy service for individuals and partner organisations across all seven registrant groups with the aim of making this service and team the known point of contact in Wales; Represent the Educators Wales brand in the areas of recruitment, advocacy and widening participation at key organisational events; Build and maintain a network of stakeholders, such as educational institution HR departments, university employability services, teaching staff, student societies and employers; Deliver bespoke sourcing activities, nationally and on a smaller-scale including organising and delivering tailored presentations / networking events / skills workshops, attending key careers fairs etc.; Assist in developing a national sourcing strategy to support the educator recruitment targets for Wales; Support the development and facilitation of targeted recruitment campaigns and activities for schools, work-based learning, youth work and further education; Support the development and facilitation of stakeholder engagement plans for priority recruitment areas for the education workforce in Wales, including BAME, STEM and Welsh language recruitment; Assist in evaluating the impact of promotional activity against recruitment targets; Provide a professional enquiry service and help desk facility to respond to enquiries' including providing information and advice to the general public, those currently working within the education sector, training providers and employers; Liaise with educators, training providers and employers to develop relevant content for the 'Educators Wales' website as directed by the Promotion of Careers Manager; Support the maintenance of the 'Educators Wales' website and multiple social media channels; Liaise with external stakeholders to review the 'Educators Wales' website and work with the promotion of careers team and the website developers to enhance the sites current functionalities; Keep abreast of emerging developments in the education sector which are relevant to the promotion of careers within the profession; and Provide general administrative support to the Promotion of Careers team as required. Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Accreditation support Provide support to the Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Accreditation team, as directed by the Promotion of Careers Manager, including supporting the delivery of key events. Skills and experience : Experience of managing work effectively in a project environment, planning and prioritising work to meet deadlines. Experience of working in the education sector. Experience of delivering promotional activities and events Experience of implementing a tailored, focused strategy for engagement, with a particular focus on priority recruitment. Experience of strategic planning and performance monitoring. Strong analytical skills, with the ability to disseminate and understand complicated issues. Ability to collate diverse information and data. Excellent written and oral communication skills to include: Fluent Welsh speaker and ability to work through the medium of Welsh and English

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