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University Access Officers manage the day-to-day running of the programme in The Access Project’s partner schools. They work closely with students, staff at all levels, tutors, and with the rest of The Access Project’s team to ensure that the delivery of the programme is optimised. The programme has been carefully designed with the intention that all interactions have a positive impact on a student’s chances of getting into a top university. It is the responsibility of the University Access Officer to deliver all the activities which make up our programme. This includes managing tutor and student pairings as well as delivering and recording in-school activities.
The Access Project is experiencing planned rapid growth, currently operating in London, Birmingham, the West Midlands, East Midlands and more recently expanding into Bradford, West Yorkshire and we are now seeking an experienced HR professional to work with our Operations Director to help guide us through our next period of growth.
The Access Project currently outsources its accounting function. In light of recent and planned future growth, we have decided to bring that function in-house from summer 2021. We are therefore looking to recruit a Finance Manager who will join a small finance team and play a key role in the successful transition from outsourced to in-house provision. You will be in a unique position to shape a new role to best support the charity.
Virtual trips help disadvantaged students picture a future at university thanks to The Access Project
Despite the disruption to young people’s education caused by the pandemic The Access Project (TAP) is pulling out all the stops to make sure disadvantaged school pupils can visit prospective universities – virtually. The education charity will be delivering a week of online university trips for more than 400 Year 10 students.
The Access Project partners with SOAS University of London to boost student success in West Midlands
Students in the West Midlands are to benefit from an exciting partnership between The Access Project and SOAS University of London being launched today with Wood Green Academy. The relationship will help support our tutoring and mentoring programme and help students there to see a clear pathway from the school to a top university. Read more here