Vacancy with Trinity College London: Operations Coordinator within the Arts Award team

Do you think you have what it takes to be Trinity’s new Operations Coordinator focused on the operational delivery of Arts Award Moderation? If so, don’t miss this great opportunity to join the Arts Award team, and get your application in before the 4 January deadline!

Vacancy with Trinity College London: Operations Coordinator within the Arts Award team

About Trinity College London

Trinity College London is an international exam board, with a rich cultural heritage and a positive, supportive approach to assessment and development. What sets them apart is their focus on the learner and their strong reputation for innovation and achievement based on the delivery of flexible styles of learning and teaching. They provide recognised and respected qualifications in a range of communications-based subjects, including the English Language, communication skills, music and drama.

Their exams and assessments are designed to help learners fulfil their own individual talents and abilities. Today they deliver over 850,000 assessments each year worldwide. Their international network is expanding quickly, and now provide qualifications in more than 60 countries around the world.

Within Trinity, Arts Award is a fast-growing national qualification. It is a great way for young people to be inspired by the arts as they build their skills and creativity across a range of art forms.

About the role

Working within a fast-paced environment, as part of the moderation team, you’ll be assisting the operational delivery of Arts Award moderations. You will provide high-quality operational/administrative support to their customers and panel of Arts Award moderators, including answering enquiries, processing booking requests, invoicing and processing payments, creating moderator itineraries and ensuring the smooth running of Arts Award moderations. The role is diverse and dynamic and covers a variety of tasks: from technical admin and finance processes to liaising with a wide range of colleagues and customers, including Arts Award advisers, teachers, freelance artists and young people.

About You

The successful candidate will be a proven administrator with brilliant communication and organisational skills, who believes in delivering an outstanding service to every customer. This role is an opportunity to take on a more rewarding challenge and play a key role in helping young people develop as artists and art leaders. That’s why we stress the need for strong communication skills at the top. You should also be a real team worker with a positive attitude and the ability to organise your own workload and multi-task. An interest in the arts would be a big plus, and you must be committed to providing first class customer service- both on the phone and via email. Strong IT skills such as experience in using Microsoft suite (especially Excel and Outlook) will be required for you to fulfil your duties.

Deadline: 4th January 2022

For a full job description, please click here.

To apply, please send a full CV and covering letter, clearly explaining your interest and suitability for the role to [email protected]

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