About the role
The Programme Manager role ensures that high-quality education and leadership development solutions which allow individuals and organisations to make a positive impact are delivered by the Møller Institute.
Hours of work: 37.5 hours – full time, working predominantly Monday – Friday
Salary: £28,000 – £32,000
Working within the Executive Education team, you will carry out a wide variety of activities, with your key responsibilities to include:
- Deliver programme end-to-end design, management and delivery, for both open enrolment and customised Leadership Development and Executive Education programmes, ensuring overall programme and delivery objectives are met.
- Actively participate in development and design meetings with clients to discuss and establish learning, leadership and organisational development requirements in collaboration with Client Development team.
- Ensure that all materials prepared for programmes, events and projects are accurate, adhere to Education processes and standards, comply with corporate brand guidelines and are collated and distributed accordingly.
- Lead the organisation, hosting and management of programme activities both on- and off-site, and online, ensuring the highest quality of service is consistently delivered and any challenges are managed efficiently and effectively.
- Work in close collaboration with Associates, programme contributors, stakeholders and suppliers to ensure programme and delivery objectives and outcomes are met.
- Engage and manage external stakeholders and suppliers, as required, for specified projects and other support services required in the delivery of programmes.
- Ensure effective programme budget management, financial recording and reporting and making certain that all internal processes in relation to these are accurate and kept up to date.
- Implementation, use and analysis of participant feedback questionnaires to benchmark and assess the impact of learning and analyse results showing the return on investment.
- Ensure that all the necessary paperwork is completed to submit work for programme approval and feedback approval in line with the requirements of the Education Standards Committee.
- Support proactive business development as required, in liaison with Client Development team, Marketing team and the Director of Education and Leadership Development.
Essential skills and experience
- Experience of working as part of a team and building effective relationships to achieve joint objectives.
- Experience in executive or adult education or learning, learning design and implementation, and collaborative working with clients, preferably in an executive education or a related field.
- Comfortable dealing with stakeholders at all levels, both internally and externally, across private and public sector organisations around the globe and actively collaborating in this context.
- Ability to work effectively in both education and business settings.
- Strong administrative skills, high level of attention to detail and ability to manage multiple programmes simultaneously.
- Intermediate/Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
- Great organisation skills, with an aptitude for working in a busy environment.
About the Møller Institute
The Møller Institute provides space and context for the development of current and future leaders through leadership development programmes. Programmes are delivered at our purpose-built, start-of-the-art conference venue within the ground of Churchill College, University of Cambridge. The Institute provides clients with meeting rooms, accommodation, catering and tech solutions to ensure all meetings and events are a success.
Our people are at the heart of everything we do, they are professional, enthusiastic, hardworking, fun, loyal and creative, with a positive mind-set around client engagement, support and service. If you would like to be part of a team that has a great story, is committed to quality, has clear growth strategies for the future and is focused on personal development, you are in the right place.
The Møller Institute is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Churchill College, University of Cambridge, and all of our profits are gift aided to the College to support the education of future leaders, the next generation.
Benefits of working at the Møller Institute
- Free meal provided each day
- 33 days of annual leave (including bank holidays)
- Your birthday off!
- Social events throughout the year
- Cycle to work scheme
- Workplace Pension
- Health Care Cash Plan
Note: Sponsorship is not attached to this role. You will need a right to work in the UK, and you will be required to demonstrate this.