Advanced Data Fellowship Instructor for Level 5 and 6, UK
We are Multiverse, a tech scaleup with a social mission. We’re creating a diverse group of future leaders by building an outstanding alternative to university and corporate training, through the power of professional apprenticeships.
We’re one of the fastest-growing businesses in Europe and rapidly expanding in North America, working with over 500 clients including Facebook, KPMG, Morgan Stanley and the NHS. In June 2022, we broke the EdTech funding record (again!) by announcing our $220m Series D, making Multiverse the UK’s first ever EdTech unicorn.
Join us on our journey to democratising access to the best careers and learning opportunities.
You will help define how the world approaches education and careers.
As an instructor in the Advanced Data Fellowship team, you will inspire and support apprentices on their degree apprenticeship, learning advanced data analysis and technology skills. You will help them in developing durable and transferable skills, taking on project management, business and data analytics, agile delivery, and driving various aspects at different lifecycle stages of a digital transformation project.
This incredibly exciting opportunity is delivered over 3 years with a recognised BSc degree qualification, during which you will be delivering curriculum via a mixture of group workshops and seminars. Apprentices will be working towards their Level 6 BSc Digital and Technology Solutions Degree Qualification, which is, for the first time, awarded by Multiverse!
You will hold a pivotal role in helping us achieve our social mission by building a business which can match non-graduate talent with apprenticeship opportunities at some of the UK's most exciting companies.
Specifically, as an instructor, you will:
deliver workshops and seminars to several cohorts of up to 20 apprentices per cohort covering Advanced Data Fellowship modules including:
- Applied Statistics
- Applied Machine Learning
- Data Engineering
- Strategy, Decisions and Ethics
mark, second mark and moderate assignments in line with Multiverse mark schemes to ensure quality and consistency
act as a ‘supervisor’ for apprentices’ Synoptic Project
work with Learning Designers to advise on the development of course content, in your area of expertise
use apprentice data to inform your own development as well as the development of the programme
coordinate with ADF coaches to align on apprentice development and progress
undertake regular specialised Higher Education CPD to own your own development of the degree apprenticeship experience
gain Fellowship status with Advance HE with support from your Programme Lead and Advanced Programmes Team
About the team
Our Advanced Programme Team has a diverse mix of industry experience from both the public and private sector. Our coaches have been Project Managers, Business Analysts, Consultants, and Change Managers, as well as teachers, coaches, mentors and trainers. Holistically, the team possesses a blend of facilitation excellence and industry expertise, ensuring apprentices benefit from learning how to apply theoretical concepts into practical application.
You will be coming into a forward-thinking, supportive and driven team, working together to make an impact for our apprentices and their organisations!
An interest in higher education and changing the sector via the Multiverse method of applied learning.
Experience delivering and / or knowledge of at least 2 of the relevant modules for the role you are applying for.
You love thinking through the details of how to deliver an effective learning experience and impact at scale.
Passion for developing yourself.
Experience working in an ‘agile’ environment and managing 'digital' change projects would be beneficial, to allow you to talk from experience in the delivery of the programme.
You believe in the principles of applied learning: it’s all about developing the knowledge, skills and behaviours in a way that can be used in a real context, straightaway.
You thrive in a culture where feedback drives growth.
Able to demonstrate consistent evidence of high impact from your previous roles.
What you’ll receive:
Personalised support and funding to receive your Fellowship of HE Academy (internationally recognised HE teaching qualification)
Advanced Programmes specific CPD and structured development time factored into your workload
Continuous observation, professional and personal development from your Programme Lead
An opportunity to learn and develop new skills, in a fast-paced team environment
Train through the Academic Development Pathway
We are big on continuous development and believe in setting you up for success here at Multiverse. As such we have an opportunity for you to enrol onto our Academic Development Pathway. This hybrid course comprises workshops, observations and exercises to develop your understanding of the fundamentals of higher education teaching. The focal point of the ADP is centred on developing HE skills and subject knowledge in the Advanced Data Fellowship curriculum. Along with all of this, we’ll help you develop an application for Fellowship of AdvanceHE, the industry standard qualification for teaching in Higher Education.
Throughout the first 6 months of your role, you will engage in the ADP through online workshops and asynchronous materials, observing and working with existing members of the ADF team and the Advanced Programmes team. The first 3 months will prepare you for your role, ensuring you are familiar with the policies, process and content to take on your first delivery. The next 3 months will provide you with ‘on the job’ support as you take on your first group of apprentices.
Your training will include:
Shadowing our existing degree apprenticeship coaches to see how they facilitate group delivery sessions and coach one-to-one and in small groups.
Learning core skills that will make you successful in the role e.g. using data to support apprentice progress, managing your time and building relationships.
Putting your skills into practice so you can deliver confidently and credibly to apprentices.
Time off - 27 days holiday, plus 7 additional days off: 1 life event day, 2 volunteer days and 4 company-wide wellbeing days
Health & wellbeing - private medical Insurance with Bupa, a medical cashback scheme, life insurance, and access to Spill - all in one mental health support
Hybrid & remote working - monthly visits to the London office
Flexibility - 4 day or 80% contracts will be considered for this role
Equity - every Multiverse employee has ownership in the business through equity options
Team fun - weekly socials and regular offsite events
Our commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
We’re an equal opportunities employer. And proud of it. Every applicant and employee is afforded the same opportunities regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. This will never change.
All posts in Multiverse involve some degree of responsibility for safeguarding. Successful applicants are required to complete a Disclosure Form from the Disclosure and Barring Service ("DBS") for the position. Failure to declare any convictions (that are not subject to DBS filtering) may disqualify a candidate for appointment or result in summary dismissal if the discrepancy comes to light subsequently.
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What employees are saying
Especially since our work spans many time zones (US West Coast to UK) there's a lot of flexibility since there are different folks that work together at different times. I can plan early days for when I need to connect with folks that are ahead of me (time zone-wise) or later on days that I'm working with US folks and doing heads-down work. I appreciate that my leaders know that I will get my work done and if I need to go to appointments or take time mid-day, that is supported.
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