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The IoC and our partners will be recruiting a range of teaching, management and administration staff to support the creation and delivery of our programmes. Current opportunities are listed below and are updated frequently.

Applications can be made via the individual institution’s own website. Please note that opportunities for learners who are participating in the Skills Bootcamps will be posted by individual institutions.

TechUPOnline Assistant Project Manager

TechUPOnline Assistant Project Manager

Applications are invited for a Junior Project Manager on the exciting, Institute of Coding and Santander collaboration “TechUP”. The successful candidate will be based in the Department of Computer Science, Durham University. Ideally, we are seeking applicants with relevant project management experience working with multiple partners and stakeholders.

“TechUP” will be creating a basic Digital Skills course in collaboration with the Institute of Coding and Santander. The course will be fully independent learning via a customised online platform and is designed to equip those with little to no digital skills with the foundations they need to get online, learners will have the option to choose from three pathways specialising in different areas of interest.

Salary:

Grade 6: - £26,715 – £32,817 per annum

Closing Date:

01/08/2021
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TechUP Assistant Project Manager

TechUP Assistant Project Manager

Applications are invited for a Junior Project Manager on the exciting initiative “TechUP” which will be running two online courses over the next 9 months. Based in the Department of Computer Science, Durham University, we are seeking applicants with relevant project management experience working with multiple partners and stakeholders.

The post is for a fixed-term period until 31st March 2022. TechUP specialises in running blended learning training programmes which train individuals from minority groups into entry-level tech roles.

Salary:

Grade 6: - £26,715 – £32,817 per annum

Closing Date:

01/08/2021
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Marketing Officer (fixed-term role)

Marketing Officer (fixed-term role)

*Flexible / partial remote working arrangements will be considered*

We seek a Marketing Officer to support the Institute of Coding (IoC) in increasing the IoC’s national profile and strategic relevance through a data-driven, multi-channel marketing and communications programme. This includes supporting the development and implementation of inclusive learner engagement and recruitment campaigns for the IoC and partners.

This is a full-time position for a fixed-term period until May 2022.

Salary:

Grade 6: - £26,715 - £32,817

Closing Date:

01/08/2021
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Institute Co-ordinator (Administration) fixed-term role

Institute Co-ordinator (Administration) fixed-term role

*Flexible / partial remote working arrangements will be considered*

We wish to appoint an Institute Coordinator (Administration) who will have responsibility for providing high-level administration across all Institute of Coding (IoC) projects.

You will be required to establish, develop and maintain strong working relationships with academic and professional staff from across the IoC consortium and beyond, including engaging with high-status external stakeholders within industry, academia and government. You will also support a number of University level and external committees which are responsible for deciding the strategy and overseeing operations of the Institute.

We are seeking a proactive problem solver who enjoys working with people to find creative solutions, and who can work independently using their own judgment to investigate and resolve any non-standard problems.

This is a full-time position for a fixed-term period until May 2022.

Salary:

Grade 6: - £26,715 - £32,817

Closing Date:

01/08/2021
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Administrator (fixed-term role)

Administrator (fixed-term role)

*Flexible / partial remote working arrangements will be considered*

We are looking for a highly motivated administrator to provide support to the Institute of Coding's (IoC) central team, and specifically to the Heads of Operations and Marketing & Communications.

Supporting the collection, recording and supply of information across all IoC projects and partners, you will excel at attention to detail, accurate record-keeping and the ability to be part of a team. Working across a full range of projects, a flair for working with people is essential as you will need to build strong working relationships with a variety of stakeholders and partners from Higher Education and Industry.

A high standard of written and verbal communication, along with digital and administrative skills, are vital.

This is a full-time position for a fixed-term period until March 2022.

Salary:

Grade 4: - £19,612 - £21,814

Closing Date:

01/08/2021
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TechUP Digital Communications and Engagement Officer

TechUP Digital Communications and Engagement Officer

The successful candidate will be based in the Department of Computer Science, Durham University - ranked in the top five for Computer Science, Times Good University Guide 2017/18 (Durham University ranked 4th overall). The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.

The post holder would liaise closely with the Marketing and Communications Office to ensure alignment with the University’s overall marketing and communications activity and to access training and development opportunities.

The post is for a fixed-term period until 31st March 2022

Salary:

Grade 6: - £26,715 - £32,817

Closing Date:

05/08/2021
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Finance Manager (fixed-term role)

Finance Manager (fixed-term role)

*Flexible / partial remote working arrangements will be considered*

The Institute of Coding (IoC) wish to appoint a Finance Manager who will provide skilled leadership and development expertise to develop and deliver the financial frameworks, and processes associated with IoC projects and programmes, including a £6m DfE Skills Bootcamps portfolio.

Involving complex stage payments, you will work quickly to establish processes that meet the needs of the IoC, University of Bath and our funders, and be able to communicate those processes to a wide range of partners.

As a finance lead you will be part of a small, agile and dynamic operational programme team, but the impact of the role spans across the programme, therefore a cross-disciplinary approach is critical.

This is a fixed-term role until May 2022.

Salary:

Grade 8: - £41,526 - £49,553

Closing Date:

01/08/2021
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TechUPOnline Administrator

TechUPOnline Administrator

The successful candidate will be based in the Department of Computer Science, Durham University - ranked in the top five for Computer Science, Times Good University Guide 2017/18 (Durham University ranked 4th overall). The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.

Applications are invited for an Administrator on the exciting, Institute of Coding collaboration “TechUP”. Ideally, we are seeking applicants with relevant project administration experience working with multiple partners and stakeholders. The post is for a fixed term period until 31st March 2022 and would be an excellent opportunity for a current member of staff seeking professional development as a secondment or to supplement an existing part time role. Applicants will be working under the guidance of Professor Sue Black and Professor Alexandra I. Cristea, reporting to Project Manager Johanna Waite.

This role is part time, 0.2 FTE, fixed term until 31 March 2022 with possibility of a further extension.

Salary:

Grade 4: - £19,612 - £20,814 per annum

Closing Date:

19/08/2021
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TechUP Administrator

TechUP Administrator

The successful candidate will be based in the Department of Computer Science, Durham University - ranked in the top five for Computer Science, Times Good University Guide 2017/18 (Durham University ranked 4th overall). The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.

Applications are invited for an Administrator on the exciting TechUP Initiative. Ideally, we are seeking applicants with relevant project administration experience working with multiple partners and stakeholders. The post is for a fixed term period until 31st March 2022 and would be an excellent opportunity for a current member of staff seeking professional development as a secondment. Applicants will be working under the guidance of Professor Sue Black and Professor Alexandra I. Cristea, reporting to Project Manager Johanna Waite.

This role works closely with the project team, learners and project partners, requiring excellent time and priority management skills.

Salary:

Grade 4: - £19,612 - £21,814 per annum

Closing Date:

19/08/2021
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