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Based within the Faculty of Business, Creative and Digital Industries you will provide academic leadership, direction and management for the School of Media and Performing Arts, ensuring that all development, planning, quality and administrative systems are carried out in line with College operational and external requirements.
The successful candidate will support the Assistant Principal of the Faculty in devising and implementing strategies to develop and effectively manage the Curriculum Area and the Faculty. You will maintain an up-to-date knowledge of sector and workplace developments which affect the curriculum areas within the School in order to ensure the portfolio meets local, regional and national economic and social needs.
Implementing open and consistent management practices across the School to create and ensure effective and coherent work practices are optimised, you will manage curriculum programme teams to achieve School, Faculty and College targets for student enrolment, retention, attainment, achievement, progression and articulation.
Candidates must have excellent interpersonal and motivational skills with experience of managing the implementation of quality systems to meet both College and awarding body requirements. Previous experience of managing a curriculum area including line management and resource management is desirable.
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Location: Anniesland Campus. You will be required to travel and work within all Glasgow Clyde campuses
Closing Date: Tuesday, 20th November 2018 (5PM)
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