Deputy Centre Manager

Our client offers maths and English study programmes for children of all ages and abilities.

Established over 50 years ago, their programmes have helped children across the globe to develop the ability to learn for themselves and excel academically.

There are currently over 125,000 students studying at more than 1,000 franchised study centres in twenty countries worldwide
Their employees and associates share a passion for education, and the desire to help children achieve their full potential.

The work you do, no matter what your role, will make a real difference to developing students' abilities and will help you to achieve your full potential too.
They now have a very exciting opportunity for an Deputy Education Centre Manager to support the running of our new flagship centre in London.

The Ealing Central Study Centre will open in August 2018 and is expected to quickly strengthen their brand throughout London and the UK.

This centre will also be the training centre for all new Associates and new Instructors throughout the UK and Ireland.

It will be the central hub of instruction learning and development within the UK and Ireland.
Working towards agreed targets, this exciting role involves taking on shared responsibility for the instruction and development of its students and the growth and development of the centre on a commercial scale.
Key responsibilities of this role will include:
, Working with the Education Centre Manager to deliver high-quality instruction at the centre (approximately 60% of your time will be instructing students in the centre.)
, Conducting parent information sessions.
, Supporting Voluntary Study Groups with Associates and Instructors.
, Maintaining and developing the centre's reputation as a key education provider within the local community.
, Managing some employees.
, Supporting the recruitment and training of Associates and Instructors.
, Promoting, marketing and developing their brand within the area.
For this role we are looking for someone who is passionate about education, with high academic ability in maths and English, and an excellent communicator.

They must also have the drive, creativity, tenacity and the ambition to make a positive difference to our students and thereby making this centre a real success.

This role requires a well organised person with the ability to work under pressure.

This is not a 9am to 5pm role and therefore flexibility to work outside of these hours and at weekends is essential.

All candidates should be educated to degree level or equivalent and have a B or above in their maths and English GCSEs.

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