Boarding Schools Association (BSA)
Location: Central London (Victoria)
Hours: 37.5pw, 52 weeks pa
Reporting to: Director of Training
Salary: £28,000 - £33,000 plus 25 days annual leave, plus bank holidays, pension, childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme
The Boarding Schools Association is the largest association of boarding schools in the world. It has over 550 members in 22 countries and is the world's leading provider of professional development support for boarding staff. The BSA has a staff of 10 and is currently based in Victoria (Central London), however the office may relocate to the Reading area in September 2018. This role will include some UK travel and possible international travel in the future.
The BSA will appoint a new Training Manager from September 2017 to join the Training and International Team. Reporting to the Director of Training, the Training Manager will be assisting in the delivery of half the BSA's UK and international training / consultancy programme. The Training Manager will be expected to assist in the planning and delivery of BSA day seminars, consultancy and INSET programmes as well as supporting the Events and Commercial Manager with the delivery of one day conferences. The successful candidate will assist in the management of all aspects of the BSA accredited training programme including budgets, event planning, course design and delivery, contract negotiation, delegate/supplier management and marketing.
The Successful Candidate:
Applications are sought from candidates looking for a stretching but rewarding development challenge and may be from a wide range of backgrounds such as professional development, education, boarding schools or membership organisations (among others). The post holder is expected to have the following general qualities:
- Positive attitude and willing to learn
- Confident user of IT such as Microsoft office and other website work
- Good communication skills
- High quality literacy and numerical skills
- Able to maintain online filing systems relating to accredited CPD programme
- Represent BSA in a professional manner at all times to all parties including members, enquirers and the general public
- Able to manage own workload and meet deadlines
- Able to work as part of a team
If you do have the relevant requirements and would like to be considered for this opportunity please send through your CV, or call Michael at Connaught for more information on
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