Anderson Quigley is delighted to be working with The London Institute of Banking and Finance, to find a Head of Careers and Employability.
Who is LIBF?
LIBF is a unique university college, who place a focus on making banking and finance education more accessible, and on enhancing social inclusion through better financial capability and literacy; A craft and pursuit which they have honed through a long-rooted history since their establishment in 1879. Not ones to rest on the laurels of their impressive 142-year history and royal charter, LIBF constantly seek to remain on the forefront of financial services education, with innovative courses launched within digital banking and fintech, and a rapid shift to digital education and services in recent years.
Who is IU group?
LIBF has officially joined IU Group, Europe’s largest EdTech company. Under IU’s leadership, LIBF’s mission remains unchanged, and its strong heritage is retained. This exciting partnership aims to use the synergies between LIBF’s finance expertise and IU’s EdTech leadership – By incorporating IU’s flexible online learning approach into new programmes focused on data science, AI, and international business management, this strategic collaboration positions LIBF to offer innovative education globally and make significant advancements for students, members, and staff.
What is the role?
The Head of Careers & Employability is a strategic leadership role, reporting to the Managing Director. Responsible for developing and implementing the institute’s Careers & Employability strategy, the role involves fostering employer engagement and ensuring successful graduate outcomes. Key activities include creating and delivering the Careers & Employability strategy, enhancing employer relationships, managing careers provision, and developing services for HE Alumni. You will require extensive networking, business development, and decision-making skills, with the ability to influence both academic and professional communities. You will also contribute to the strategic goals of the institution by ensuring effective student engagement, employer partnerships, and successful graduate transitions.
If you are an experienced senior manager or leader in careers, employability, and alumni engagement (preferably in a higher education setting) and are passionate about shaping students’ career success, please contact Aino Betts (firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)7743 934 723) who would be delighted to advise further and provide you with a full JD.