- Glasgow, GB
- £7 /hr
- Available now
I am a highly organised individual with diverse skills and work experience. I possess excellent oral and written communication skills and am able to interact effectively withmore...I am a highly organised individual with diverse skills and work experience. I possess excellent oral and written communication skills and am able to interact effectively with people at all levels. I have excellent keyboard skills and data entry experience. I am proficient in the following computer packages: Internet Explorer, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Adobe PhotoShop, Paintshop Pro, Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Temposoft and Workbrain. I also have switchboard experience and am proficient in diary management and scheduling. I possess a full driving licence and own my own car. I manage my own time and workload effectively and can be counted on to do an excellent job. I am available for all types of administartive work including research, word processing and data entry.
Area Covered: Kirkintilloch, Lenzie, Cumbernauld, Bishopbriggs, and Glasgow.
Work Experience Summary: Training Co-ordinator
oDesigned, created, implemented and maintained all office systems for staff at 4 locations.
oCo-ordinated training for staff at 4 locations throughout Scotland.
oResponsible for training budget and budget forecast.
oCreated role profiles and competency frameworks for all roles within the service.
oCompiled training and financial reports.
oLiased with both internal and external training providers
oSet-up Training Department from scratch, including filing system and store training plan.
oFacilitated over 200 training courses, including both behavioural and technical training.
oCreated training courses to suit the needs of individual departments using Training Needs Analysis.
oAchieved the highest Checkout Trained Colleagues’ % on the region.
oMaintain training files and store training plan for over 150 colleagues.
oPerformed a supervisory role within the Personnel Department.
oCreate short, medium and long term plans in line with the Scottish curriculum.
oAssess, record and report on the work of pupils.
oPrepare pupils for examinations and assist with their administration.
oProvide advice and guidance to pupils on issues related to their education.
oPromote and safeguard the health, welfare and safety of pupils.
oWork in partnership with parents, support staff and other professionals.
oUndertake appropriate and agreed continuing professional development.
oParticipate in issues related to school planning, raising achievement and individual review.
oContribute towards good order and the wider needs of the school.
oTeach assigned classes together with associated preparation and correction.
oDevelop the school curriculum.