Programme Area Leader: Business and Management (HE) and Professional

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
£29,535 - £36,979 per annum
04 Aug 2017
24 Aug 2017
Job Level
Contract Type
Full Time

The Business and Management team deliver education and training to a range of students wishing to develop knowledge, understanding and transferable skills relating to the sector. As Programme Area Leader of a team, you will lead and oversee curriculum planning and activity for the related programmes to include a variety of additional short courses to ensure innovative, quality provision.

The HE team deliver programmes in collaboration with Birmingham City University and the University of Derby.

The ideal candidate should have experience of delivering high quality provision up to, and including, level 6. You will work closely with the Curriculum Manager and the Head of School to plan, monitor, manage and evaluate the offer.

You will be a highly self motivated and driven individual, encompassing a strong sense of autonomy.  You will possess strong presentation and communication skills and be able to demonstrate achievement of targets. In addition you will have a relevant teaching qualification and experience of course management and delivery, together with experience of leading and supporting colleagues.

You will be a role model for college students and will work to professional standards.

This is an exciting and challenging role that would suit an individual who is flexible in their approach, highly motivated and passionate about the sector and learning. You will be expected to work flexibly including evening delivery and interviewing.

This post carries a commitment of delivery hours.

The role will require you to embed the college’s values; working with Professionalism, taking Responsibility for your actions, and giving Respect to clients and colleagues alike. 

Please see the job description for further details.

Individuals with the appropriate experience, qualifications and personal qualities are invited to complete an online application form by 5pm on Thursday 24 August 2017. 

Interviews will be held on 1 September 2017.

The College promotes equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all sectors of society.

The college is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. This post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check.  The successful candidate will be required to pay for the DBS check themselves; the cost (£44 for an enhanced disclosure) will automatically be deducted from their first salary payment.

It is an offence for anyone who is barred from working with children and or vulnerable adults to apply for this position.