LEARNER SERVICES ADMINISTRATOR AT WMC
Published on 29 November, 2019
35 Hours a week – would consider a job share or someone who is looking for Saturdays and evening shifts.
AoC Scale Points 21 to 24 – £23,325 – £25,412
WMC – The Camden College is currently looking to recruit an administrator with customer focus experience, which would preferably be within an education-based information advice and guidance environment.
You will be the initial face of the College that all enquiries see; playing a vital role in the recruitment of learners to our courses.
You will accurately respond to and process course and pre-course assessment queries and enrolments, providing advice and guidance to prospective learners; as well as supporting the College by participating in a range of recruitment events, both on and off-site.
Applicants should be articulate and motivated, with excellent communication, IT and interpersonal skills, and the ability to manage a varied workload under time constraints.
As an adult education college, we are open in the evenings and on Saturdays, please note the hours during the week will include working evenings and some Saturdays.
The post involves working with young people and vulnerable adults and consequently is subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Situated in Camden, we are at the heart of one of the most culturally exciting, diverse and dynamic London boroughs and help to transform adult lives through education.
We offer a wide curriculum from our two main sites at Crowndale Road and Kentish Town and is seeing significant growth in our community-based courses across the borough.
To apply for this role, please visit our website https://www.wmcollege.ac.uk/jobs-wmc-camden-college-london/ for further information and details about the role and how to apply.
Please note, we do not accept CV’s and will only accept completed application forms.
Completed application forms should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to
Human Resources, WMC – The Camden College, 44 Crowndale Road, NW1 1TR.
Closing Date: 13 December 2019 at 12:00pm
Interviews and assessment will take place on either Friday 20 December 2019 or Monday 6 January 2020.
Please indicate your interview preference date in your covering email.
The Job opportunity
WMC are looking for individuals who can make a significant contribution to the development of our learners. If you are an organised, enthusiastic team player, able to work flexibly to contribute to outstanding learner outcomes and share our mission of sustaining an inclusive learning environment, we would really like to hear from you. The College offers a training and induction programmes and pension scheme, generous holiday and other benefits.
WMC Camden College helps to transform adult lives through education and we have some exciting job opportunities in the Learner Services team where you can make a real difference to service delivery.
Situated in Camden, we are at the heart of one of the most culturally exciting, diverse and dynamic London boroughs and help to transform adult lives through education. We offer a wide curriculum from our two main sites at Crowndale Road and Kentish Town and is seeing significant growth in our community-based courses across the borough.
Working as part of the Learner Services team you will be the initial face of the College; you will see everyone from potential learners, current learners, staff and visitors. You will also to be communicating on the telephone and via email giving information about the wide range of courses on offer. The College is therefore looking for be articulate and motivated, with excellent communication, IT and interpersonal skills with a view to providing outstanding customer care.
The Learner Services Administrators provide a vital role in ensuring that all learners know what courses are available and enrolling them into the right class. This takes a great deal of tact and diplomacy as we need to make sure that we find out about learners’ financial status so we can apply discounts and free courses where we can.
The team deal with enquiries about how the college works, so you will know everything from what time the Library opens to how learners get support with their learning.
Accuracy and being able to work with data is very important as this ensures the College gets funding and that learner records are correct and up to date.
Shift work is involved as the college serves the location community until late Monday to Thursday and is open every Saturday at Crowndale Road. We have another site at Kentish Town where the team are also required to work.
The team support the range of events, such as Open Days, that are planned throughout the academic year
All staff are required to promote by consistent example, both internally and externally, the ethos, values and behaviours of the College. To be aware of equal opportunities and diversity and to demonstrate these principles in all aspects of work.
As this roles involve working with young people and vulnerable adults any successful applicant will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)