Programme Manager

Posted: 24th January 2018

The Møller Institute, an award winning leadership development centre in Cambridge, is looking for a Programme Manager to work within our Executive Education team.

Full Time – predominantly Monday-Friday between the hours of 08.00 – 18.00 with occasional evening and weekend work required.

We are growing the reach and reputation of our high impact leadership development programmes that we successfully deliver to both public and private sector corporate clients from the UK and around the globe.

Møller Institute is an approved Executive Education provider of the Board of Executive and Professional Education at The University of Cambridge BEPE and its programmes are approved through the Møller Education Standards Committee under the auspices of Churchill College to meet the highest standards.

As Programme Manager you will report to and work closely with the Director of Programmes (Executive Education) and provide support to Møller Institute’s Executive Education team to deliver both customised and open enrolment programmes to meet the client’s specific business needs.

As such you will have the ability to work with very senior members of both national and international organisations, being aware and adaptable to the cultural sensitivities of working with international clients. First class organisational and project management skills are essential to manage a varied and significant portfolio of work, at times under pressure. The ability to be accurate and decisive, working independently and as part of our award winning team is also required.

The successful candidate will hold a Bachelor’s or first degree and possess excellent spoken and written communication skills, alongside exceptional interpersonal and presentation skills. IT skills, including the full suite of Microsoft Office, are also essential for this position.

Previous experience in the co-ordination and delivery of open enrolment and/or customised Executive Education programmes would be advantageous. Experience of event or programme management, preferably in a higher education environment would be highly desirable as would knowledge of a learning management platform.