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Business Skills Adviser

The purpose of this role is to engage with local employers, attract and recruit candidates onto the 3AAA’s Skills Support for the Workforce (SSW) Programme, and coordinate delivery to learners as per their individual learning plan.

Essential

– Proven business development abilities and experience of working in a target-driven environment
– Experience of presenting at various levels, particularly to young people
– Proven networking skills
– Minimum of 5 GCSEs including English and Maths at grade C or above
– A full, clean drivers licence, access to own vehicle with business insurance

Desirable

– Experience of working in sales or student recruitment teams
– Recruitment or sales background
– Knowledge of the FE industry
– Understanding of funding and registration for Apprenticeships
– Experience of working with education partners
– Experience of working with young people and offering advice and guidance
– Experience and knowledge of interviewing

Skills

– Excellent interpersonal and networking skills
– Proven business development experience
– Influencing and negotiation skills
– IT Skills – MS Office Suite

Qualities

– Proven ability to work independently
– Self-starter with strong organising abilities
– Ability to work in a pressurised environment
– Able to work flexible hours
– Communicates effectively with individuals and groups of all ages and experience

Salary: Up to £23k per annum paid the last working day of each month
Location: Swindon / Wiltshire

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