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Systems Improvements Coordinator LAMDA

LAMDA, an Ofqual regulated arts-based awarding organisation and higher education institute, are recruiting for a brand-new role, Systems Improvement Coordinator to work internally and externally with their assessment provider to improve systems and processes.

  • Location: Hybrid - Office based 2 twice a week
  • Salary: £33,000- £36,000
  • Closing date: 12 p.m. Monday 22nd August 2022

LAMDA is a world-leading conservatoire, which offers exceptional vocational training to actors, stage managers, technicians, directors and designers, regardless of their background or economic circumstances.

They are also an awarding organisation, offering world-renowned qualifications in communication and performance and inspiring the next generation of confident communicators through their examinations in drama, literature and poetry. LAMDA believes drama has the power to transform lives wanting more people to share in this experience through training, qualifications, work, productions and facilities.

The Systems Improvement Coordinator is a new role for LAMDA and will play a pivotal role in ensuring learners on an international scale experience a seamless and positive assessment process.

As someone with previous experience working with exam or assessment platform providers you will work with LAMDA’s provider ExamTrack to develop and improve the business processes of exams, creating synergy between the examination systems and other internal processes.

You will be creative in looking at new ways of doing things and work closely with ExamTrack to turn these ideas into a reality.

The first project the Systems Improvement Coordinator will work on is ensuring the finance and exam systems work cohesively to ensure the income, costs and debtors of the Examinations Department are maintained through efficient and effective systems processes.

On a day-to-day basis, you will also have oversight of some of the key financial activities of the examinations team including providing monthly overview reports on income, costs, and debtors to identify risks and opportunities, assist with chasing late payments from customers and escalating issues to your colleagues in the finance team and oversee the processing of Examiner fee payment and expense claims.

This is a new role for LAMDA and open-ended in its potential for career growth. So if you or someone you know is looking to expand on your experience of the online assessment systems and processes and make a real change and difference to learners across the world then get in touch today for more details.

For further information about the role, or to arrange a confidential discussion, please contact our advising consultant at Peridot Partners:

Natasha Moiba| natasha@peridotpartners.co.uk

If you would like to know more about this role please contact Natasha Moiba

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About LAMDA

LAMDA is a leader in performing arts training and strives for excellence in every facet of our organisation.

Founded in 1861, LAMDA (London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art) is a world-leading conservatoire offering exceptional vocational training to actors, stage managers, technicians, and directors. In addition to six validated degree programmes, LAMDA offers a Foundation Diploma and a number of validated semester and summer short courses.

In July 2018, LAMDA joined the register of Higher Education Providers, a key step towards achieving degree awarding powers. LAMDA will now operate independently from the Conservatoire of Dance and Drama, receiving funding directly from the Office for Students.

The works of the academy are complemented by that of LAMDA Examinations, through which LAMDA offers a drama and communications-based syllabus leading to accredited and non-accredited awards in the UK and overseas.

In 2017, LAMDA moved into its new £28.2m centre for world-leading drama training. LAMDA’s new home features ten large training and rehearsal studios, three theatres – the 200 seat Sainsbury Theatre, 120-seat Carne Studio Theatre, the Linbury Studio, and a fully equipped digital and audio suite. In January 2018, LAMDA alumni Benedict Cumberbatch was appointed the Academy’s President.

LAMDA Alumni include Nikki Amuka-Bird, Patricia Hodge, Janet Suzman, Chiwetel Ejofor, Jeremy Irvine, Rory Kinnear, Harriet Walter, Rose Leslie, Paterson Joseph, David Oyelowo, Katherine Parkinson, Toby Stephens, David Suchet, Sam Claflin, Leah Harvey, and Ruth Wilson, among many others.

Our accessibility provisions include:

  • Step-free access to the building, accessible workstations (e.g. desk, office), and step-free access to all key meeting rooms and toilets.
  • Papers and materials can be presented in different formats if needed.

If you have any further needs around accessibility, please get in touch with the advising consultant for a confidential chat on how we can best fulfil your needs.

Natasha Moiba| natasha@peridotpartners.co.uk

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    Closing date:12 p.m. Monday 22nd August 2022

    Interviews: w/c 29th August 2022

     

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