- Job title: Curriculum Operations Coordinator (Seasonal)
- Place of work: Cambridge University Colleges
- Reporting to: Director of Curriculum
- Remuneration: From £475 per week based on experience. Accommodation may be available upon request.
The Curriculum Operations Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Curriculum to help with the day-to-day running of our summer academic subject courses. To help facilitate a positive, memorable, safe, and supportive environment for all students and staff.
Dates & Hours
The summer 2024 program dates are as follows:
- Program Preparation Week: Monday 24th June – Saturday 29th June 2024
- Friday 28th June – Saturday 13th July 2024
- Friday 12th July – Saturday 27th July 2024
- Friday 26th July – Saturday 10th August 2024
Please note – The Curriculum Operations Coordinator should be available during the program preparation week outlined above (24th – 29th June). There will also be compulsory Induction Training in Cambridge during the Friday and Saturday of your first programme (these dates are shown above). Accommodation for these training days can be arranged if needed. If you have a graduation ceremony scheduled on these days we may be able make alternative arrangements for your on-boarding. Please get in touch if you need to.
Lessons usually take place Monday – Friday, 9am -1pm. We will consider applicants who are available for at least two or all of the programs.
- Support the successful delivery of courses by ensuring all facilities (classrooms, equipment, supplies and materials) are available on time and to the required standard.
- Undertake core logistical and administrative responsibilities to help support the Director of Curriculum and teaching staff.
- Communicate regularly with teaching staff to ensure that all core messages and important updates are received and any changes implemented. Help facilitate any queries or requests from teaching staff.
- Play a proactive role in identifying potential problems and helping to resolve them in a manner commensurate with Reach Cambridge’s core goals and values. .
- Help to implement contingency plans for all academic teaching and learning resources.
- Undertake all other duties and responsibilities commensurate with the knowledge, skills and experience of this role as may be requested by the Director of Curriculum or one of their nominees.
- Strong organisational skills with an eye for detail.
- Excellent problem-solving abilities and ability to work proactively.
- Effective interpersonal and communication skills.
- Demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
- Previous experience in a similar role or educational setting is preferred.
Experience and Knowledge
- Current Undergraduate/First Class degree (2:1+) (Desirable)
- Cambridge city, its colleges and history (Desirable)
- Valid First Aid Certificate (Desirable)
- Experience working in an office (Desirable)
- Working with young people (Desirable)
HOW TO APPLY:
Click the button below to submit an application. Successful candidates will be invited to interview. Interviews will be conducted via zoom.
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Reach Cambridge promotes the safeguarding of young people. Should applicants be successful, we will contact at least one referee and will carry out an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check.
For a printable version of the job description, please download this PDF: RC Curriculum Assistant – Job Description