Development Programmes Coordinator
Human Resources (HR)
Organisation Unit: Organisational Development
Department: Human Resources (HR)
Location: City Campus
Salary: £23,500 p.a.
We are offering an exciting opportunity for a Development Programmes Coordinator to join our team and support our work in designing and delivering development programmes across the university. You’ll be joining a forward-thinking team committed to delivering innovative HR services and keen to hear your ideas and make them a reality.
This challenging yet rewarding role is based in the Organisational Development team within Human Resources (HR), where you will be coordinating the effective delivery of a variety of development programmes, including but not limited to: the Student Placement Programme; the Aurora Leadership Programme; and the Graduate Development Programme, of which you will be part of.
We are looking for a proactive and passionate individual, who is highly organised and has good attention to detail as well as strong interpersonal communication skills. Experience of working with a range of people to devise and deliver successful projects would be advantageous, but is not essential. Applicants need to be able to work well in a team and get involved in all aspects of our development programmes.
As part of this role you will also be joining our Graduate Development Programme, meaning you will benefit from all the unique development opportunities that you will be coordinating along with your team in your day job. The programme is personalised and tailored to your skill set, to help you:
- improve your workplace skills
- develop your leadership skills
- build your confidence
- gain important employment experience.
Please refer to the job description and person specification attached to this page when completing your application to demonstrate how you meet the requirements for the role.
All shortlisted candidates will be invited to an assessment centre.
This is a Graduate Development Programme role available for a fixed term of 13 months. Applicants need to be current NTU students in their final year or have graduated from NTU within the last two years at the time of applying.
Applications are now closed and will reopen during the academic year 2019/20.