Scholarship Application Assessor

We want to appoint a number of part-time assessors to join our scholarships team during the busy summer months, when we receive the majority of applications. The assessors will report to the Scholarships Manager to assess applications against set criteria.

Applicants must have an NI number, the right to work in the UK and a UK bank account.

PURPOSE OF JOB
As well as running its own scholarship programmes, CCELAT administers the selection process for other scholarship schemes on behalf of partners based in the UK, Ireland and South Africa. We receive around 5000 applications annually and make approximately 120 new awards each year.
We want to appoint a number of part-time assessors to join our scholarships team during the busy summer months, when we receive the majority of applications. The assessors will report to the Scholarships Manager to assess applications against set criteria.

RESPONSIBILITIES
•Assessment of scholarship applications
•Assist with administration related to assessment data.

PERSONAL SPECIFICATION (Essential):
•Specialised knowledge of or experience in southern Africa
•Commitment to the important role of education as a tool in the fight against socialinjustice
•Bachelor’s degree in any discipline
•Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail
•Ability to work as part of a team
Desirable:
•Experience in a similar capacity
•Educated to or currently studying at masters degree level

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Employment: Part/full time work to meet needs of scholarship department. Start date Monday 2nd August or Monday 9th August depending on applicant’s availability, end date flexible.
Salary: £12 per hour.
Hours: Flexible, depending upon availability.
Location: This is a home based role, thus it will be necessary for the successful applicant to have access to their own computer, with good broadband connectivity.

Please send your CV and cover letter to eva@canoncollins.org.uk by Monday 26th July 2021.

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