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Job Vacancy - Learning Co-ordinator

Adult Education in Gloucestershire (AeiG) is looking for a learning coordinator to manage various stakeholders.

22 November 2021


Date: 19-Nov-2021

Job Location: Gloucester

Employer: Gloucestershire County/Gloucester City Councils

Job Title:                           Learning Co-ordinator
Job Location:                    Gloucester based but covering Gloucestershire 
Salary:                              £30,451 - £33,782 per annum, pro rata
Hours per Week:              22.5
Contract Type:                  Fixed Term
Duration:                           18 months
Closing Date:                    16/12/2021
Job Requisition Number:  1625
This post is not open to job share

Adult Education in Gloucestershire (AeiG) is looking for a learning coordinator to manage various stakeholders.  

AEiG delivers various cohorts of provision which are funded by the ESFA, as a learning coordinator you will support the manager and coordinator leads in achieving the expected and desired outcomes in given areas through effective developmental and coordination activities. 


You will work flexibly across a team of coordinators across AEiG, and you will be responsible for developing, implementing and extending adult learning programmes matching AEiG curriculum priorities in a defined geography or functional area of learning within the county.  


This post is initially fixed term for 18 months, with the possibility of being permanent.


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Gloucester City Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people or vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We’re fully committed to equality, diversity and inclusion for our employees as they’re at the heart of delivering our aims. We welcome applications from all sectors of our community. As an employer we strive to be more representative of our communities in our workforce and celebrate diversity.

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