Curriculum Manager – Access to Higher Education, Forensic Science and Criminology and Public Services
Background to Post
Northampton College is the leading provider of Further Education in Northamptonshire and financially outstanding. Our state of the art campus and reputation puts us in a dynamic and unique position to meet both the learning and training needs of individuals and employers.
Directorate: Academy, Public Sector and Commercial Enterprise
Location: Booth Lane
Responsible to: Assistant Principal
Responsible for: Access to Higher Education, Forensic Science and Criminology and Public services.
Within this School, the post holder will contribute to the management of quality improvement. Along with the Assistant Principal, the Curriculum Manager will design and deliver Study Programmes across the college ensuring that students have excellent opportunities to develop their literacy skills.
To play a full and active role in the College curriculum management team as a member of the Quality Improvement Network ensuring compliance with related policy and procedures in a timely and efficient fashion.
To take responsibility for the operational line management and curriculum development and leadership of a defined group of learning programmes ensuring the quality and effective and efficient deployment of resources. The Curriculum Manager will be responsible to the Assistant Principal for meeting targets relating to learner and staff performance.
To act collaboratively and cooperatively as a member of a Management team within a curriculum delivery school ensuring close and timely monitoring of performance against targets, consistence of application of policy and procedures and the primacy of the importance of the learner experience. This will entail deputising for the Assistant Principal from time to time and agreeing delegated responsibility for completion of specified tasks on behalf of the School.
Closing Date: (Noon), Monday, 25 March 2019
Interview Date: Wednesday, 3 April 2019
This post is subject to Northampton College, Conditions of Service for Management scale and a six-month probationary period. On completion, you will be expected to participate in the College’s appraisal system.
All members of staff are appointed to the College as a whole and may reasonably be asked to undertake similar or related duties in a department or team other than that to which they were originally appointed.
Please note that if this post requires unsupervised access working with children under 18 years and/or vulnerable adults, if appointed you will be required to complete a criminal record check by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).