A new permanent vacancy has arisen in Swindon, working as a Student Learning Coordinator who is responsible for supporting students with placements in The Adult Social Care Sector. Based on a full time basis Monday to Friday, this busy role is based locally and will see you working for Swindon Borough Council.
Working as part of the Student Placement Team, you liaise with a range of Universities, Colleges and other Educational Hubs, offering all relevant support to students who live in Swindon, helping them to source new and exciting work placements. Responsible for supporting student social workers, apprentice social workers, educators and newly qualified social workers, providing learning and workshops plus individual sessions.
You will be responsible for the delivery of training events, supporting with all training objectives, being involved in all training provision and working as part of a wider team for all training collation, review and supply. Meeting with all students, providing feedback and guidance, looking at capabilities versus key objectives, setting new training and learning targets for next stage placement and education.
Naturally, your career will demonstrate a thorough understanding of the relevant qualifications accessible and those obtained in the social work sector in order to understand and deliver exceptional standards of training support and learning.
As a Student Learning Coordinator, you will work closely with the senior management team, in relation to embedding understanding of the career and educational pathways, assessing capability against the BASW framework. Ideally your career to date will evidence a proven track record gained in Health and Social Care, commissioning services, training and/or education plus exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
Degree level education is ideal (or similar) and you should hold a HCPC registration, plus evidence of CPD which has enabled development knowledge and skill, values and practice. In return you will receive an attractive salary, 33 days holiday (inc Bank Holidays), contributory pension scheme and wider training and educational support.