Curriculum and Quality Team Manager: Health & Social Care
West Thames College, Isleworth, Middlesex
£39,107 pa inclusive - Up to 10% scarcity allowance to be negotiated where applicable
Permanent/36 hours per week
We are looking for a dynamic curriculum and quality manager, who will lead on improving the standard of teaching and learning in Health and Social Care. You will be an experienced teacher with a desire to continually improve your own skills and to develop those of your team in order to progress both personally and professionally.
As part of the leadership team (graded outstanding by Ofsted 2014) you will be responsible for:
• Development and implementation of an innovative Health and Social Care curriculum
• Leadership and development of the Health and Social Care team
• Co-ordination of the pastoral programme (tutorials, careers advice etc.)
• In addition you will keep up to date with strategic developments in the Health and Social Care curriculum area, seeking out and sharing best practice.
West Thames College is a vibrant and successful college of further and higher education with a good Ofsted 2014 rating. We have many outstanding features and our vision is to be outstanding in everything. We have a reputation for giving excellent support to our diverse student population. Staff are well supported within a culture of continuous professional development and are encouraged to take on new and more senior roles within the college. Facilities across our campuses in Isleworth and Feltham are state-of-the art with good public transport links and free staff parking.
Full details of the post can be found in the Job Description and Person Specification.
For more information and to apply online, visit: www.west-thames.ac.uk/en/jobs
Or, to receive our application pack in the post, call 020 8326 2638 (office hours) or email: HR@west-thames.ac.uk stating your name, address and the job reference number.
Sorry, we do not accept CVs.
Closing date: 1pm on Monday 2 October 2017
Interview date: Week commencing 09 October 2017