Curriculum and Resource Manager (Animal Management)

Recruiter
South Staffordshire College
Location
Penkridge, Stafford [Staffordshire]
Salary
£40,325 - £44,056 Per Year, Up to a £5k uplift for the right person
Posted
05 Sep 2022 14:20
Closes
26 Sep 2022 12:00
Sector
Further Education
Job Level
Manager
Specialism
Animals / Veterinary
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Curriculum and Resource Manager (Animal Management)

South Staffordshire College is a fast moving, flexible and dynamic Further Education college which incorporates centres at Tamworth, Lichfield, Cannock and Rodbaston.  Recently graded Ofsted Good! We are now on a journey to provide students with an outstanding experience and seeking to appoint a passionate individual to join our well-established management team.  

 

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Rodbaston College for a highly experienced Curriculum and Resource Manager for the extensive Animal department.   With over 500 Animal students enrolled onto our broad range of further and higher education courses, this is a thriving department, and we are looking for an exceptional manager to play a pivotal role and continue to drive both the curriculum and commercial aspects of the Animal department. With the introduction of International Baccalaureate in September 2022 and Animal T Levels in September 2023, alongside ongoing Animal Zone developments this is an exciting time to lead this innovative and experienced team. 

 

Rodbaston College boasts an impressive Animal Zone which houses a wide-ranging animal collection and is currently undergoing significant improvements.  This facility is used extensively as a curriculum resource by all our students whilst providing an excellent visitor attraction to the general public throughout the year.   The post holder will have sound commercial acumen and further develop the strategy to continue to improve the resource and maximise income revenue to the area. 

 

The post holder will be directly responsible for the line management and strategic direction of the Animal department to build on the existing success. With the support of 4 Programme Leaders this will involve continual monitoring and improvement of the student experience, maximising income streams and maintaining our excellent reputation.  

 

If you believe you have the experience, drive and passion to lead this exciting Animal department we would welcome your application. 

 

All applications must be received by Midday on Monday 26 September 2022

Interviews will be held Wednesday 5 October 2022

What you can expect from us - we care about your wellbeing so have a number of activities all year that provide support.   However, time off is also important.  We have a generous holiday scheme, the usual Bank Holidays, an additional 5 days at Christmas and 2 ‘ME’ days (where you can have a day off work and do whatever makes you happy) as well as an additional day on campus spent on wellbeing.  We have a range of benefits available to all staff including paid time off for emergencies (designed to support carers) and all our policies are enhanced further than statutory requirements.  The College also contributes to your pension at a minimum of 23.68% (we contribute more for people in the Local Government Pension Scheme). 

 

 

South Staffordshire College is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community.

 

We are committed to PREVENT and safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults and expect all staff to share this commitment.

 

This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, medical clearance and satisfactory references