SALARY: £34,000 – £36,000
JOB TYPE: Full time, Permanent
LOCATION: Stevenage (Engineering and Construction Campus) and working across Group sites in North Herts
Closing Date: 6th August 2021
Start Date: 1st October 2021
Have you got extensive experience as a teacher, tutor or assessor in education or are you a curriculum manager looking to build your experience in a different role? Are you analytical and have a strong attention to detail? Are you good at building productive relationships with colleagues? If you answer yes to these questions, you may well want to apply for this role!
As we continue to develop the quality of education across our provision for young people, adults, apprenticeships and SEND, we are looking for a Quality Manager to join our Teaching, Learning & Quality team. We believe that passion runs through everything we do, and so we are looking for someone who is highly motivated, ambitious, and believes in the power of further education as much as we do. We have a wide-ranging provision spread across many types of programme, locations and sector areas so you will need to be able to learn and get to grips with these quickly.
This role will work directly to the Head of Teaching, Learning & Quality but will work collaboratively with other colleagues in the team, including those responsible for professional development and teacher education. The key remit of this role will be ensuring that we have a strong basis for developing our curriculum and student experience further. You will have responsibility for several important quality assurance and improvement activities and you can expect to have a fairly varied week! One day you could be leading on the monitoring of our key performance indicators and ensuring that managers understand what their data is telling them and how it can help them improve the curriculum and the next day you might be overseeing the development, implementation and delivery of quality improvement plans across our curriculum areas and support this through assurance activities such as audits and compliance checks. You will also act as a key liaison between awarding bodies and the Group. As an experienced teacher, tutor or assessor you will also be involved in the delivery of our professional development programme of activity.
We welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups who are currently under-represented in our management roles.
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