The Institute of Swimming work in conjunction with Swim England as a subsidiary, and exist for the good of the sport; developing the best aquatic professionals is our priority.
We are the largest provider of Swim England qualifications and aquatics courses and we train over 60 per cent of all swimming teachers in the UK.
About the Role
We are seeking an Assessment and Resulting Administrator to join our Quality Team on a part-time (21 hours per week), fixed-term basis until the end of December 2022. Where possible, flexible working patterns for those 21 hours will be considered.
This role will initially be home based with occasional travel to our head office in Loughborough required.
This is an exciting opportunity working within the Institute of Swimming as part of a busy team. You will be responsible for ensuring efficient, effective and timely awarding of learners certificates.
Reporting to the Quality Assurance and Funded Training Manager, you will be responsible for delivering an effective resulting service to the Institute of Swimming in conjunction with the wider team supported by the line manager. The role will ensure that all aspects of administration, across all of the Institute of Swimming's systems, are completed accurately and timely. This will include ensuring that certificates are resulted in good time and in line with awarding organisation time scales. It may be necessary to resolve queries relating to the certification process and liaising with key stakeholders.
To find out more about the role, please download the full job description and person specification. Interviews will be held virtually.
The successful candidate must:
- Have proven experience of working in an administration role
- Have comprehensive IT skills
- Be able to work under pressure and to challenging timescales
- Be able to to work across a number of tasks at one time
If you feel you have the suitable skills and attributes for this position then we would like to hear from you.
Please be advised that we cannot offer visa sponsorship and that you must have right to work in the UK to apply or be considered for this role. If you are a non UK/EU National, you must have an appropriate working Visa to undertake employment. You must also be working within the UK to apply or be considered for this role, due to the public liability insurance Swim England holds.
This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are committed to inclusion and embrace the spirit of all equalities legislation. Where possible we will always make reasonable adjustments for accessibility to anyone who requires it.
Interviews to take place virtually on Tuesday 5th July 2022.