Staff vacancies

Head of People and Culture

About the role

In the past year we have almost doubled the size of the team and we’re incredibly proud of the people we have hired and are excited about the years ahead. We have however learnt that the process and structures that underpin our people strategy need to improve in order to align ourselves with overall business objectives. 

We're now looking to hire our first Head of People & Culture to own everything in the employee life cycle. You will report into the People and Culture Director and will be the beating heart of how we run the People and Culture team moving forward. 

  • Develop, coach and inspire the People and Culture team towards operational excellence -provide solutions to enable the business to achieve business outcomes and manage people related risks.
  • Working closely with the People and Culture Director - install best practice processes for people engagement, talent acquisition, workforce planning and onboarding.
  • Upskill the organisation in HR practices as we scale – partnering with Head of and Executive Directors to form strong influential working relationships, coaching them in handling difficult issues and working to develop appropriate solutions.
  • Make this role your own - Innovate operational practice to ensure processes, policies and procedures are effective and efficient.

About you

You’ll be successful in this role with your MCPID qualification and proven experience in building and leading an HR team through significant organisational change. We’ll rely on your industry knowledge and expertise to be a confident and capable ER case manager, working well under pressure especially when things move at a faster pace from time to time. With multiple sites locations, you’ll have the opportunity to travel between offices on a regular basis and we’ll trust in you to be a strong relationship builder with the ability to partner and influence key stakeholders within the business. Demonstrable experience understanding and interpreting employment legislation would be valued as well as your experience of gathering and analysing HR data. You’ll have the full support of the People and Culture team as you develop and grow within your role at Trinity College London.

Teacher Development Manager

About the role

Delivering our syllabuses for TESOL and other teaching qualifications to a high level of standard is paramount to our service offerings and we are looking for you to support the Head of TESOL Qualifications to ensure our high standards are met. You’ll help shape and implement new ways of delivering qualifications and to be there to guide providers, candidates and moderators in the right direction as well as assisting with the validation and moderation process and organising of standardisation and training events. Keys areas of responsibility will be in delivery, panel management and data management. It will be an exciting role with a broad portfolio of duties and you’ll be supported by your line manager and the wider Trinity team.

About you

To be successful in this role, you will need to be educated to degree level or equivalent. An initial English language Teaching qualification such as CertTESOL or CELA and some relevant English language teaching experience will be an essential requirement. This role needs you demonstrate excellent administrative skills, Microsoft knowledge and the ability to work autonomously. You should be able to work effectively with both internal and external stakeholders and be able to prioritise your workload effectively.

Operations Coordinator 

About the role

The aim of the role is to ensure that Trinity’s policies and procedures relating to booking, administration and delivery of our examinations across all subject areas are followed at all times and a high level of customer service to our centres and examiners are delivered.

You will inform examiners about changes of exam times and ensure appropriate cover is provided to meet requirements. You’ll support examiners by sending out relevant documentation and update examiners with changes to operational procedures and policies. You’ll also ensure that relevant international travel arrangements and accommodation is booked through our agreed travel provider when needed. Handling telephone and email enquiries will form part of your role and ensuring the correct information is given out. You’ll attend regular review meetings and maintain examination paperwork and ensuring that the administrative duties are not overlooked.

About you

To be successful in this role, you will need to have excellent communication and customer service skills and the ability to build and maintain relationships with internal and external partners.  You will have good knowledge and experience in Microsoft Office packages including Outlook, Word and Excel, and a willingness to learn Trinity’s online booking platform.  You will take pride in your attention to detail.  Most importantly you will be able to show an ability to prioritise competing demands on your time whilst maintaining a helpful and professional approach.

Academic Music Lead (Education)

About the role

The Academic Lead for Music will be responsible for leading on the development of TCL’s provision for music teachers and learners in Italy. The role will involve developing and delivering training content for teachers, with a focus on music instrumental pedagogy and practice; running online and face-to-face teacher training; leading the music trainer team in Italy; leading a major academic research programme with the Ministry of Education and developing Italy’s academic research presence in music education. The role will also provide expertise in music education, and music teacher education, to the Italian business development team to promote growth and retention activity in the music space.

It is expected that the responsibilities of this role will gradually broaden beyond Italy to Europe more widely.

About you

We need someone with a good level of music education with knowledge of music performance systems in Italy. Experience of leading music teacher training and/or professional development and devising music teacher training courses would help you fulfil your role. The right candidate would have experience of music teaching, developing schemes of work and resources or other teaching materials as well as an understanding of evaluating and assessing progress in music learning. the experience of leading workshops and presentations at conferences will be high valued in this role.

An undergraduate degree in music, music technology or music related is essential as well as possessing English speaking level B2 skills as a minimum requirement.


How to apply

To apply for any of the roles advertised here please send a full CV with a covering letter, clearly explaining your interest and suitability for the role to Please indicate if you would be interested in being considered for only permanent or fixed term positions or for both.

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