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Programme Administrator Small Business Charter

Programme Administrator Small Business Charter

Posted 22 October by Partnership Jobs
The Small Business Charter has received funding from the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy to deliver the Small Business Leadership Progamme via its award holding schools to small business leaders across England. This is a hugely important programme to help small business leaders navigate their way through the unprecedented economic turmoil created by Covid-19.

The SBC is working with 20 business schools to deliver the ten-week programme to 2,000 small businesses. This takes coordination and attention to detail.

This is a really exciting project and one that would suit someone with an eye for detail and who can remain calm under pressure.

The Programme Administrator will support the Programme Director in the smooth running of the programme. They will be responsible for keeping up-to-date records and files of programme delivery partners and the programme participants. The Administrator will ensure we comply with strict BEIS and GDPR guidelines. He/she will also provide day-to-day admin support. The ideal candidate would have administrative skills and have some experience with co-ordinating the work that others do in the creation of design and web assets. We need someone who can come in and hit the ground running dealing with lots of different facets of programme working independently but as part of a large overall team. There must be a willingness to attend large meetings over video conferencing platforms.

The Small Business Charter, part of the Chartered Association of Business Schools, is a national accreditation awarded to business schools that successfully support SMEs, student entrepreneurship and drive local economic growth right across the UK. This role includes engaging with senior level business school academics, business owners, Government and other organisations at the heart of driving success for small businesses.

Applicants are asked to send their CV with a covering letter explaining how they meet the Person Specification. Applications should be sent by 30th October to Anne Kiem via the button below. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered. Interviews: provisionally week commencing 9 November.

Applicants must have the right to work in the UK.

Reference: 41230687

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