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The New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering (NMITE) is a Higher Education Institution specialising in Integrated Engineering. Proudly located in Hereford, NMITE is educating a new generation of engineers whose diverse backgrounds will give them the mindset to think and work differently. Learn more.

A number of vacancies are currently offered. Please see full details of vacancies and how to apply below.

To apply for any of the vacancies listed –
Please email a full CV and covering letter to vacancies@nmite.ac.uk. Your covering letter should outline how you meet the person specification. Informal questions about the roles can be addressed to the Head of Partnerships, Toby Kinnaird at Toby.kinnaird@nmite.ac.uk
The closing date for all completed applications is Friday 19th March 2021.

Partnerships Associate
Job Role

• Act as a primary point of contact for information on partnering with NMITE.
• Explore and develop new partnerships for NMITE with community and business organisations.
• Develop and build on external relationships with NMITEs existing strategic partners including alliance and project management on joint initiatives.
• Develop relations with local delivery partners in the voluntary and community sectors.
• Assist in developing and writing bids for external funding.
• Work with both internal departments and outside agencies to assist in development of our degree apprenticeship and continual professional development programmes.
• Assist with sales and delivery of CPD and Lifelong learning
• Work with academic team to develop themes for sprints and assist management of the industrial learning experience.
• Assist with organising and delivering engagement events face to face and online.
• Maintain communications and engagement with database of interested parties.

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Marketing & Events Specialist
Job Role

• Work closely with DWP ESF Policy to ensure that ESF marketing and PR activities are coordinated, to achieve complementary timing of activity and consistency of message.
• Creating a clear marketing plan for the project and ensure compliance with ESF requirements.
• Organise events in support of project activities.
• Managing the marketing budget
• Developing marketing materials to promote the ESF project and its elements.
• Producing press releases as required.
• Ensure Partner Organisations are aware of publicity and promotion requirements.
• Working with the Herefordshire Skills for the Future project team to deliver collateral as and when required.
• Disseminate Marches LEP skills media campaigns.

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Enterprise Development Associate
Job Role

• NMITE outreach role to stimulate entrepreneurship and innovation Herefordshire’s young people (16-30) and communities across core, emerging and enabling sectors.
• Develop a diverse and dynamic programme of networking and information workshops to educate, inform and signpost to further support to promote future skills and changing nature of work.
• Responsible for checking eligibility of participants and ensuring that accurate records are in place on NMITE’s CRM, to provide a full audit trail.
• Working with school, college, FE and HE leavers to highlight the pathway to entrepreneurship after education.
• Provide signposting to start-ups to compliment the work of the Growth Hub.
• Promote the work of NMITE across the wider community in Herefordshire by attending events and brokering new relationships within the community.

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Employer Engagement Associate
Job Role

• Acting as the initial point of contact between NMITE and local SME and Microbusinesses to identify their skills and training gaps.
• Work closely with employers to conduct detailed skills gap analysis and produce meaningful and relevant report and skills action plan.
• Establish and manage a quarterly employer engagement forum for the project.
• Raise the profile of future skills requirements as set out by the World Economic Forum and others to enable Herefordshire SMEs and micro businesses to prepare themselves for the emerging jobs landscape with its greater focus on digital, analytical thinking, creativity and innovation, sign posting to further information, support and networks where possible.
• Responsible for checking eligibility of participants (both businesses and individuals) and ensuring that accurate records are in place on NMITE’s CRM to provide a full audit trail.
• Promote the work of NMITE across the wider community in Herefordshire by attending events and brokering new relationships within the community and acting as a facilitator to promote the value of future skills to SMEs and new enterprise in Herefordshire, whilst developing links with NMITE.

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Academic Director
Job Role
This is an exciting opportunity for a passionate and experienced interdisciplinary engineering educator with leadership experience in UK higher education. You will lead delivery in our educational portfolio, both strategically and on a day-to-day basis. You will work with the academic team and wider NMITE stakeholders to continually develop and refine the NMITE pedagogy so it offers transformational value to a widening range and increasing scale of learners and partners, and you will help develop and shape the academic team in a fast-growing environment. Finally, leading by example, you will maintain an active teaching and tutoring portfolio and have external impact, according to your strengths.

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Assistant/Associate Professors – Engineering Educators
Job Role 

We are now looking to make academic appointments that widen and deepen our team of educators passionate about the future of engineering and invite applications from candidates who can teach in at least two areas of relevance. These areas include statics, dynamics, electrical engineering, control engineering, electronics, flow, energy, power, materials, reliability, engineering mathematics, architectural engineering, quantitative social science, arts and humanities, innovation strategy/management, future of work, manufacturing management, IoT, supply chain and logistics.

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Programme Support Associate
Job Role

Responsible for overseeing the day-to-day governance of the project to ensure compliance  with ESF terms and conditions.
• Work with project staff to put in place systems to collect and collate information from project partners and participants re project deliverables in order to feed this information into ESF returns process.
• Facilitate and manage ESF audit visits as required.
• Ensure compliance with ESF audit requirements including document retention.
• Monitor progress against the project output requirements.
• Acts as Secretariat to the Project Board and the Future Skills Group.
• Oversees all aspects of financial reporting, using Xero electronic accounting system to record income and expenditure for ESF project under specific fund heading. Also includes:
o Develop and implement staff timesheet to record ESF match funding.
o Manage accounts receivable and payable for the ESF project.
o Review and process reimbursements
o Prepare budgets as required.
o Keep records of invoices, payments, and timesheets.
o Identify and address account discrepancies.
o Report on financial projections (e.g., liquidity and cash flow)
o Prepare and submit ESF returns.
o Facilitate and manage quarterly ESF Financial Verification visits as required

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Placement Coordinator
Job Role

Work with employers to understand and overcome barriers to offering placements to young people with a view to offering more placements in Herefordshire to meet the region’s Gatsby Benchmark 6 target and reducing the shortfall of work experience placements in the Marches LEP.
• Work with careers leaders in schools and colleges, through Careers Enterprise Co-ordinator to advertise the range of work experience opportunities in the county.
• Work with students and young people to understand and overcome barriers to taking up placements in Herefordshire.
• Develop a placement scheme, primarily focused on roles within emerging sectors in Herefordshire, that bridges the gaps between the needs of individuals and businesses in Herefordshire and provides meaningful work experience placements in accordance with the
Gatsby Benchmarks; work with local schools and FE colleges to support placements where appropriate.
• Through placements, promote the importance and raise awareness of future skills and changing nature of work because of digitalisation, Industry 4.0, internet of things and automation.
• Create and facilitate a graduate peer support group which will act as support and learning forum and inform the development of graduate CPD and create a sense of community amongst graduates.

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To apply for any of the vacancies listed –
Please email a full CV and covering letter to vacancies@nmite.ac.uk. Your covering letter should outline how you meet the person specification. Informal questions about the roles can be addressed to the Head of Partnerships, Toby Kinnaird at Toby.kinnaird@nmite.ac.uk

The closing date for all completed applications is Friday 19th March 2021.

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