Newcastle College require a dedicated, enthusiastic and qualified person to take on the role of Curriculum Leader in Sport, Law, Policing and Protective Services.
The main responsibilities of this role include supporting the Head of Curriculum in the management of the section in order to ensure the section performance is aligned to College key performance indicators. The Curriculum Leader will work with both the Head and other department Curriculum Leader to ensure the delivery of a high standard of learner experience and will help with the growth of the department. This role will focus mainly on the Higher Education provision within the curriculum area. The post will also require the delivery and assessment of high quality learning programmes in Sport, Law, Policing and Protective Services, across a range of levels of further education, higher education and / or apprenticeship provision, as well as undertaking a range of possible programme leadership, tutorial and programme administration duties.
This post requires a strong background in either Sport, Policing, Law or Protective Services and the candidate must have proven track record of professional / vocational expertise in the sport or public service sector.
The candidate must be qualified to honours degree level (Level 6) or qualified to the industry-recognised standard in a relevant field, hold a post-16 teaching qualification and English and maths qualifications at level 2, or be willing to achieve these within an agreed timeframe. It is desirable that the candidate has experience of effective programme leadership in FE, HE and / or Apprenticeships and has a proven track record of successful teaching and assessment practice.
An ability to self-manage workload, meet deadlines alongside strong oral and written communication skills and good IT skills are also essential. The hours of work will be flexible and may include evening and weekends according to demand. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join a well-motivated, cohesive and successful team.
The Sport, Law, Policing and Protective Services department is a well-respected and positive place to work, where colleagues work effectively together to ensure all stakeholders get the best value from every aspect of the curriculum.
Newcastle College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff to share this commitment.
At Newcastle College values are not just about what we do, but also about how we do things. Our values underpin the culture and beliefs of our organisation, we expect all our staff to demonstrate behaviours in line with our core values. 1. Being both inclusive and diverse, 2. Trusting and respecting our communities, 3. Taking ownership whilst working collaboratively and 4, Inspiring excellence and curiosity.
As part of the NCG Group, Newcastle College offers an excellent benefits package, including generous holiday entitlement, access to the Teachers’ pension scheme (for teaching posts) or Local Government pension scheme (non-teaching posts), company sick pay, free on-site parking, cycle to work scheme, free gym membership and much more.
NCG seeks to promote and maintain an equal, diverse, inclusive and supportive environment for work and study that assists all members of our communities to reach their full potential. We are committed to achieving a truly representative workforce and therefore welcome applications from across the national and regional communities that we work with and serve.
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No agency applications will be accepted.
Newcastle upon Tyne
- Further Education
- Students of mixed gender, age 16+ years