Business and Curriculum Development Lead – Directorate of ESOL, EFL, Employability and Foundation Learning
Salary Range £31,789 - £37,119 (dependant on experience)
37 hours per week Fixed Term until 31 August 2018 Open to internal and external applicants
ARE YOU AN ENTHUSIASTIC LEADER, READY FOR A DEMANDING ROLE? If so, then join us and be part of our success. At Sparks Managed Services a subsidiary of The Sheffield College, we believe that effective leadership of excellent staff is the key to continuing our journey to excellence and outstanding learning, teaching and assessment, at the same time as delivering an ambitious growth agenda. We are all about people, whether that is our students, our staff or our partners. Through their engagement and development, we are committed to playing our part in developing the economic prosperity of the Sheffield City Region. Our students come from many different backgrounds and we’re proud to support them in achieving the greatest of success. To do this we need the right kind of people working with us. We know that the right people make a difference. So we’re committed to recruiting talented individuals who share our values and can help us achieve our plans for the future. In this key role, you will enable the development of additional ESOL, Employability and develop new partnerships to promote the work of the directorate. You will be supported by the other Deputy Heads of Learning to run the day to day curriculum operations in the Directorate of ESOL, EFL, Employability and Foundation Learning. You will have a passion and excellent organisational skills to lead and support innovative curriculum development, growth and diversification of the programme, contribute to the overall development and success of the College and help to ensure that corporate and strategic aims are met. You will also have some teaching responsibilities within your section of the department. You will take responsibility for all aspects of workload and performance management of a group of staff within your section and promote a student driven culture of high performance and excellent teaching, learning and assessment. Reporting to the Director you will have responsibility for implementing and maintaining excellent working relationships with national businesses and industries for the benefit of students and growth of curriculum development. This role will provide many an opportunity to develop wider leadership skills and a potential pathway to more senior leadership roles within the college.
Closing date: 20 March 2018