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Employer Engagement Enterprise Co-ordinator - London

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Do you possess great people skills and a passion for sales?

Are you a target-driven individual?

Consider the role of a Employer Engagement Enterprise Co-Ordinator at Reed in Partnership!

The purpose of the Central London Careers Hub is to provide young people with a world-class careers education system by increasing support for schools and colleges from employers, increasing coordination of careers provision in schools and colleges, and helping every young person access the information, skills, and experiences they need to make an informed decision about their future.

5 Month FTC 

What the job is about

The Employer Engagement Enterprise Coordinator (EEEC) role was created due to an increase in funding available from the Greater London Authority and Careers and Enterprise Company (CEC)

The EEEC will work as a key team member alongside Enterprise Coordinators in the Careers Hub to support the team with their relationships with schools and businesses in the local area.  



Just some of your day-to-day responsibilities will include

  • Supporting and encouraging all employers to provide opportunities for young people, for example through the Give an Hour campaign.
  • Working closely with the Hub Lead to manage the Cornerstone Employer Group (CEG), ensuring completion and regular review of the CEG self-assessment tool and the development of a commitment plan that reflects the priorities of the Careers Hub Strategic Hub Plan.
  • Engaging with employer-led groups including for example Skills Advisory Panels, LSIPs and local Sector initiatives and enabling collaboration with Cornerstone Employers as appropriate.
  • Maximising the availability of employer encounters across a wide range of sectors and showing alignment of these encounters with local labour market information (LMI)
  • Promoting opportunities for young people to hear about apprenticeships, technical and vocational training.
  • Proactive engagement with local Independent Training Providers (ITPs) to facilitate their engagement with schools as appropriate as part of Provider Access Legislation
  • Lead on the recruitment of Enterprise Advisers (EAs), encouraging diversity in recruitment and tracking the diverse and inclusive representation of local sectors.
  • Responsible for the smooth induction of Enterprise Advisers and for tracking the time to match them to a suitable school / college.
  • Effective stakeholder management and/or commissioning.
  • Implementing robust monitoring, evaluation, and reporting.
  • The ability to negotiate commitment from stakeholders.


What's in it for you?

A generous base salary (pro-rata for part time), and great flexibility with your working schedule, we offer training, development and progression opportunities. You will have access to the range of Reed in Partnership benefits, which include:

  • 25 days annual leave (pro-rata for part time) plus statutory bank holidays
  • Reed Pension Scheme
  • Award Winning Management & Leadership training
  • Professional & Personal Development Funds
  • Bi-annual pay reviews
  • Plus much more that can be found Here
  • With the chance to dramatically make a difference to the local community, this role offers immense job satisfaction.

At Reed in Partnership, we live and breathe our values in every decision and action taken, resulting in a collaborative and enjoyable culture within our offices. Our company values – we are fair open and honest; we take ownership, and we work together.

Where possible we consider applications from candidates that require part-time hours, please discuss with your Talent Partner if this is something you require.

Skills & experience

Screening Criteria:

  • Experience of managing projects, from implementation through to delivery
  • Experience and understanding of the design and implementation of complex operational processes.
  • A minimum of 2 A-Levels or an equivalent Level 3 Diploma.
  • GCSE English Language at a minimum of a Grade B (or equivalent Level 2 qualification). OR achievement of a Level 2 in Literacy Assessment at interview stage.

Essential Criteria:

  • Demonstrable experience of engaging and building relationships with leaders from businesses, ideally in HR and Talent functions.
  • Demonstrable experience of leading the planning and delivery of programmes or projects with multiple stakeholders. 
  • A strong track record of stakeholder engagement and management and of communicating with a variety of audiences.
  • A demonstrable understanding of school culture and the challenges faced by schools in delivering careers and enterprise, and the current careers education and corporate social responsibility landscapes. 
  • A demonstrable understanding of post-16 learning and careers support landscape including National Apprenticeship Service, Uni-Connect, National Careers Service and T Levels. 
  • An understanding of relevant local and national policy relating to skills and economic development and the issues and barriers to employment faced by young people.

Desirable Criteria:

  • Understanding of Publicly funded contracts & OFSTED standards (where applicable)
  • Technical skills include the ability to use technology to deliver results and knowledge of the sector.
  • Personal interests include interest in career and self-development.
  • Experience of similar programmes, including (but not limited to) Apprenticeships, Skills Support for the Workforce, Growth Hub, commercially funded training.

Diversity and Inclusion

We aim to ensure that no candidate or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity.  We offer an interview to disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria.

Job reference: RinP08006