GMLPF is recruiting for a Claims, Audit and Compliance Administrator to support the delivery of the Provider Improvement Fund programme. The Liverpool-based post is available on a fixed-term basis to the end of September 2022, with a possible extension to December 2022. This is a re-advertisement.
The Claims, Audit and Compliance Administrator post is part-funded by European Social Fund and Strategic Investment Fund. The successful applicant will support the CEO to deliver a fully compliant programme of CPD to learning providers locally.
The annual salary for this full-time position is £26,580 pro rata, with a contributory pension scheme (the employer will contribute 3% pension into the company’s NEST scheme to match employee contributions), and 25 days holiday.
The full job description for this post is available to download at the link at the bottom of this page. Please send your CV and a supporting letter of no more than two sides of A4 outlining your knowledge, experience and suitability for the role. GMLPF welcomes applications from individuals with project management, administration, audit and compliance experience of ESF or similar skills projects.
We are an equal opportunities employer and offer a fully accessible working environment. We welcome applications from applicants from under-represented groups and communities.
To find out more about the role, please get in touch with [email protected]
Please email your application documents to [email protected] or post to:
Ian Lomas, CEO
1st Floor Ayrton House
Parliament Business Park
Liverpool L8 7BA
Deadline: 5.00 pm 12th January 2022
We expect to be interviewing for this post week commencing 17th January 2022
The Provider Improvement Fund
Working in conjunction with the Liverpool City Region Mayoral Combined Authority and funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and Strategic Investment Fund (SIF) through the Liverpool City Region Skills and Apprenticeship Hub project, GMLPF is managing the Provider Improvement Fund.
The Provider Improvement Fund (PIF) provides a comprehensive training and development support programme to local post-16 learning providers, with the aim of:
- Improving the quality and delivery of learning programmes locally
- Supporting the growth and development of learning providers and their learning programmes
- Supporting the post-16 sector to adapt to change and become more responsive through training and development that builds their capacity and capability
- Increasing the proportion of LCR learning providers with an Ofsted Grade 2 or above
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