Moral Purpose – Students first – a belief that all students can achieve and an unwavering commitment to pursue achievement for all.
The purpose of this role is to:
• Deliver outstanding Computing provision to a wide range of full-time learners, through an exceptional student experience leading to positive achievement outcomes.
• Undertake a range of administrative and development duties that contributes to improving standards and achievements and the learner experience.
Main duties and responsibilities
The successful applicant will be expected to:
• Deliver and teach L1 to HND to agreed success targets.
• Regularly review and monitor the attendance and progress of learners and follow up as required to ensure learners achieve their targets.
• Carry out, collate and feedback initial and/or diagnostic assessments to identify students’ ILP and support as required, providing differentiated learning strategies to enable students to achieve their primary learning goal.
• Provide assignment and assessment material appropriate to each specific programme.
• Evaluate and assess (formative and summative) the work of learners in relation to the curriculum criteria and provide timely constructive and helpful learner feedback.
• Maintain quality systems related to the teaching of Computing including designing work schemes, lesson plans, assessment plans and assessment activities.
• Update and maintain electronic documentation to support teaching and learning, assessment and tracking of learner progress.
• Attend curriculum meetings and contribute to the continual quality improvement mechanisms (e.g. maintenance of course files, timely updating of ILPs on ProMonitor).
• Develop quality resources (including e-resources) which support the development of Computing
• Actively develop and use new technology in teaching, learning and assessment.
• Prepare and enter learners for exams in a timely basis.
• Liaise with the Curriculum area and Learner Manager including attending IV and standardisation meetings.
• Actively support the embedding of Computing into vocational area and participate in curriculum development regarding the teaching and learning of Computing
• Keep up to date with current developments and adapt to changes in Computing
• Share in responsibility for ensuring good standards of student’s behaviour and take appropriate disciplinary action when liaising with course tutors.
• Take an active part in the recruitment of learners providing appropriate advice and guidance, including events outside of normal working hours.
• Liaise whenever appropriate with feeder schools and support agencies.
• Contribute to the advice and guidance and assessment of prospective learners, e.g. student interviews and open days.
• Contribute to course marketing activities.
Other Corporate Responsibilities
• Reflect the vision, mission, aims and values of the College.
• Always strive for continuous improvement in your professional practice and delivery of outcomes.
• Commit to the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.
• Participate in the College’s Performance Development Review and engage in continuous professional development.
• Continually improve teaching, learning and assessment through proactive CPD and sharing best practise.
• Support enrolment procedures as appropriate and cover for absent colleagues as appropriate.
• Be compliant with Data Protection Act arrangements and confidentiality.
• Identify the financial, health and safety, equality, safeguarding, confidentiality or other risks associated with the post’s sphere of responsibility and to define and take positive action to manage these risks.
• Carry out such other duties as may reasonably be required from time to time.
This role profile is current as the date shown. It is liable to variation to reflect changes in the role, priorities and circumstances.
To apply, please visit https://www.telfordcollege.ac.uk/jobs/
Closing date: 12pm on Tuesday, 4th June 2019.
Interview date: Wednesday, 12th June 2019.