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Reference: 63681

Date Added: 29 November 2017
Closing Date: 10 December 2017

Job Title: Policy Intern

Working For: Universities UK

Location: London

Salary: £18,564

Job Details

 6 Month FTC.

This role is an exciting opportunity to join the Policy Group of Universities UK, the voice for universities in the UK.

The Policy Group within Universities UK is responsible for developing a programme of policy focused activities, underpinned by robust research and analysis, which aim to shape the agenda for higher education in the UK.

The post-holder will provide specific support to our work on support for the higher education trailblazer group, developing apprenticeship standards for the higher education workforce. The post-holder will be based in London.

Responsibilities
The main area of work for the post-holder will be:
To support the Higher Education apprenticeship trailblazer group and associated working groups as well as the apprenticeship standards development process. This will include:
Making arrangements for all meetings including the drafting of some but the collating of all supporting papers, including standards, assessment plans and expressions of interest
Developing detailed knowledge and providing advice on key processes, including the sharing of experience from other trailblazer groups.
Ensuring effective contact management and communication
Dissemination and communication of the work of the group to the wider sector including through design and maintenance of dedicated UUK web pages
Supporting the development of project plans as well as the detailed development of individual standards
Successful liaison with members, experts and key partner organisations including HEFCE, GuildHE, UCEA and UVAC
Working with the trailblazer expert consultant

Closing Date: 10 December 2017

Interview/Start Dates

Closing at midnight.

Interview Date: Tuesday 19 December 2017.

Application Details

See https://www.uukjobs.co.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=UUK03417.

Website: http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/

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