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We are looking for some exceptional people to come and join the team at UWE Bristol’s Research, Business and Innovation

Help to Grow Programme

Led by the Faculty of Business and Law, and supported by RBI, Help to Grow is a government funded programme delivering leadership training to small and medium sized enterprises.

Help to Grow Project Officer p/t

The Help to Grow Project Officer will need to provide excellent support for the programme, leading on financial transactions, claims and timesheet capturing across the project team. You will also need to liaise with businesses, mentors, the academic delivery team and the funder to ensure financial compliance and timeliness of claims in line with requirements.

  • Salary: £30,497 – £34,304 pro rata.
  • Hours: 22.5
  • Closing Date: 21/09/21

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Help to Grow Project Officer f/t

The Help to Grow Project Officer will need to provide excellent support for the programme, liaising with businesses, mentors, the academic delivery team and the funder to ensure the successful delivery of activity in line with requirements. You will also have line management responsibility for the Project Support Officer within your team.

  • Salary: £30,497 – £34,304
  • Hours: Full time
  • Closing Date: 21/09/21

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Knowledge Transfer Partnership

Process Implementation Coordinator (KTP Associate)

This is a fantastic opportunity to work in a collaborative partnership between UWE Bristol and Sysmax under the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme.

Based locally in Guildford, Surrey, Sysmax Limited are a highly-skilled, professional enterprise management systems provider. At Sysmax they have developed a comprehensive suite of products that help their clients evaluate competency, improve performance, and deliver compliance across their business. Clients include PepsiCo, Shell, BP, Talisman and Premier.

With specialist support from the academic team at UWE Bristol Business School, you will lead on a 24-month project to develop and embed the necessary management capabilities and leadership skills required to grow the company in line with its strategic ambitions, and increase its effectiveness and productivity in a scalable and sustainable way.

  • Salary: £34,000 per annum (+£4,000 training budget)
  • Hours: Full Time
  • Closing Date: 22/09/21

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Skills for Clean Growth Programme

Skills for Clean Growth is a new programme of support for businesses in the West of England, launching in September 2021. It is led by UWE Bristol, in partnership with NatWest and is funded by the West of England Combined Authority’s (WECA’s) Workforce for the Future fund

Senior Business Development Manager (Skills for Clean Growth) – Zero Carbon

As Senior Business Development Manager you will lead the design and delivery of SME engagement across the programme, working closely with businesses to help identify the skills/knowledge required to meet their green business goals. You will lead the creation of a Clean Growth Skills Network, providing SMEs with access to online resources; industry blogs from supply chain leaders; and advice on applying for low carbons standards.

We are looking for an experienced business development professional with experience leading the delivery of large-scale business support programmes to SMEs. You will have excellent client management and programme design skills, and share our ambition for achieving the region’s net zero goals.

  • Salary: £40,322-£44,046
  • Hours: Full Time fixed term until 31 March 2023
  • Closing Date: 23/09/21

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Skills Development Manager (Skills for Clean Growth) – Zero Carbon

As Skills Development Manager you will ensure that SMEs can access a variety of green skills development. You will help develop new sector-specific skills content for Clean Growth Toolkit workshops, modules and programmes e.g. zero carbon leadership; creating sustainable behavioural change; innovation and clean growth; and zero carbon logistics and supply chains.

We are looking for a skills/learning development professional with experience designing and overseeing delivery to SMEs. You will be a self-starter with first class written and analytical skills, and share our ambition for achieving the region’s net zero goals.

  • Salary: £33,797-£40,322
  • Hours: Full Time fixed-term post until 31 March 2023
  • Closing Date: 23/09/21

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