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Vacancy Legacy Co-ordinator
Vacancy type Apprenticeships
Reference number Leg1562
Form of employment Not Specified
Salary / Rate £18,000.00
Hours Not Specified
Published 11/02/2020
Closing date 23/02/2020

Duties

Role Overview

This is an important role that supports the delivery of Legacy objectives for the Tideway project as part of a Level 3 Business Administration apprenticeship programme

As Legacy Coordinator the successful candidate will be involved in the delivery of tasks that support the employers extensive Legacy programme, including the recruitment and training of local residents, the delivery of education and community investment events and the organisation of volunteer activities. The role also requires significant activities relating to the internal communication strategy for the project, including the dissemination of key project information and maintaining internal relationships. The collation and reporting of data and key achievements will be a key facet of this role.

The position requires an individual with the capability to passionately take on this role and the associated business administration apprenticeship. Lasting 18 months, the apprenticeship seeks to develop the candidate’s administrative, communication and management skills.

Through addressing the principles of administration and legal contexts of the business, we will begin by providing an understanding of the construction industry. Tideway’s specific principles, such as its emphasis on workplace equality, will then be introduced, as we demonstrate what it means to work on this impressive project. A combination of workshops and hands-on learning will draw the apprenticeship to its final phase, providing the successful candidate with an insight into how business performance can even be improved.

The candidate will be representing Ferrovial, one of the world’s leading infrastructure operators committed to developing sustainable solutions to the industry’s challenges.

Working with a dynamic team, the position is based in our office at Tideway’s largest site in Battersea. The candidate may be required to travel to other Tideway sites when necessary.

Responsibilities

Job role specifics

•Support the Skills and Employment and Communications Managers on legacy activities
•Post vacancies on the Portals and through the Joint Venture companies
•Liaise with and support suppliers engaged with the legacy team
•Arrange pre-employment programmes, interviews and assessment centres
•Provide feedback to candidates post interview and in the assessment centre
•Liaise with local boroughs in respect of forthcoming opportunities for permanent roles and apprenticeships including working with organisations in respect of pre-employment training
•Support the Legacy and Skills and Employment Manager in data collection and tracking
•Collate and distribute KPI’s and skills and employment data
•Co-ordinate STEM and Community volunteering
•Develop case studies, writing articles for internal and external newsletters
•Work with local community groups
•Provide creative assistance for project communications (posters, presentation, surveys etc.)
•Acquire project progress information from project sites and offices
•Coordinate entry into industry awards (writing entries, inviting guests, booking tables)
•Assist with photography vetting with the Project health and safety team
•Prepare certificates and awards for monthly employee reward and recognition scheme

Salary & Benefits
- £18K, per annum
- 25 days Annual Leave, plus Bank Holidays
- Pension Plan
- Life Assurance
- Ferrovial Staff Discount Benefit

The Tideway Project
River Thames is at the heart of London, but in recent years it has been largely overlooked.

Tideway wants to change that. We are recruiting talented people to help us deliver our ambition of re-invigorating a much under-used social, environmental and economic asset.

Ferrovial Agroman and Laing O’Rourke’s Joint Venture -FLO, lo is delivering the central section of a new 25-kilometre tunnel. Wide enough to fit three double decker buses side-by-side, the tunnel aims to protect the tidal River Thames from the tens of millions of tonnes of sewage pollution that is currently discharged into it each year. Through intercepting overflow points built into the capital’s overstretched, Victorian sewerage network, Tideway will take all overflow directly to the sewage treatment works in Beckton, east London.

The Tunnel is among the largest construction projects of its type. Main construction work began in 2016 and is due for completion by 2024. One of our tunnel boring machines has completed its journey going west, while the other is making significant progress going east.

Not only is this an engineering project, but a vital means of creating a London that can meet the needs of generations to come. At Tideway we are committed to leaving a legacy.

That can start with you.

Safety
•Demonstrate a personal commitment to safety
•Contribute to safety initiatives

Environment
•Participate in Environment promotion

Quality
•Follow site Quality procedures
•Ensure continuous improvement

Engineering/ Planning
•Good planning and organisation skills are essential

Client/Communication
•Assist with the collation of data for client reports

Commercial
•Assist in data collation for legacy budget reporting where required

Essential criteria

Details of experience and knowledge:

•Previous experience of working in an administrative role is desirable but not essential

•Excellent attention to detail

•Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite

•Ability to accurately follow instructions

•Good interpersonal and communication skills

•Ability to deliver tasks and work to deadlines

•Commercial awareness

•Confidence and ability to establish effective working relationships

Qualifications & Skills

General Skills and Qualifications: Good communication skills verbal and written Good knowledge of MS Office Packages specifically Excel.

Specific Qualifications: 5 GCSE's grade 4-9, including English and Maths Science GCSE would also be valued.A Levels or BTEC level 3

Competence Requirements

Behavioural Competencies: Communication Planning & Organising Team Working Proactive approach to working and learning Motivated to learn and add value to the team, the role and the apprenticeship programme

Technical Competencies: Business standard of written and spoken English Competent user of computer software packages particularly Microsoft Office packages


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