The ever turning fiasco of AEB tenders, and when they were going to be released.
Well, they now have been, and providers are scampering around in order to get their provisions ready as soon as possible in order to deliver on the contract come August.
There's going to be a huge fight for talent - I seem to be saying this a lot at the moment - and here's a role that I hope will stand out from many others
I need an AEB contracts manager. I'm working with a fantastic provider who are one of the few to win their full allocation from their bid - many will envy them for this. AEB is also a new area for the business, they've mainly focused on Apprenticeships, working in a Niche area and have done fantastically well over the past year, doubling in size, winning new contracts and clients, and July - specifically when the AEB results were released, was a momentous day for them and really will take them to the next level in their journey.
I'm going to go into more detail, but quite frankly, we need you to come in and be the lead on their AEB provision. Set it up, recruit the team, and deliver well.
They've got their bare bones in place internally, but they need someone to lead the programme.
You've got national funding to deliver on, most of this will be online and remote courses across Business Services, Teaching & learning, and perhaps some other areas. Along with a mix of SWABs, which will be more local to East Anglia to ensure the quality of delivery.
You'll need to be experienced and strong in managing contracts - this will have to be AEB - we need you to have that fundamental knowledge of the current AEB system and how to get the contract to run successfully. To give you an idea, the contract size is somewhere between £500k to £1million.
These guys are a great smaller business, but are growing at a steady rate. Remote working will be the norm, but we'd like you to have access to Norwich when needed.
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