Curriculum Manager - English

Amersham, Buckinghamshire
The salary for this post is from £34,309.00 up to £38,616.00 per annum.
12 Feb 2018
26 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Job Purpose:
1. To deliver outstanding student success through operational leadership and management of a team of staff including lecturers, assessor trainers and business support staff.
2. To consistently deliver high quality and innovative teaching and learning, achievement and progression outcomes for all learners
3. To line manage a high performing team of staff and support the team’s development through Personal Development Reviews, target setting, performance management and staff development
4. To ensure that the curriculum offer meets the needs of students, employers and local stakeholders now and in the future
5. To maximise staff utilisation and resources through astute financial management in order to provide a distinctive high quality student experience
6. To embed an aspirational culture with students and staff across the curriculum area

Key Responsibilities and accountabilities
1. To lead and motivate a team of staff to achieve high performance standards
2. To provide an outstanding learning environment
3. To provide a high quality student experience that enables students to succeed beyond their expectations
4. To provide programmes of study that meet individual student needs and progression aims

5. To monitor student progress against achievement, value added and progression targets and deliver successful outcomes
6. To ensure that all direct reports are familiar with and comply with College policies and procedures.
7. To ensure that all team members are clear about their responsibilities and accountabilities and how they align to college strategies
8. To hold regular team meetings and 1:1 meeting’s with all direct reports
9. To ensure that all external awarding body verification and awarding criteria are met
10. To support students in developing high quality skills in order that they can progress successfully to employment, further training and/or education.
11. To lead the team by example on current knowledge, understanding and practice of Teaching, Learning and Assessment

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