Curriculum Manager - Veterinary Nursing & Dog Grooming

With over 3,000 students, excellent resources and a drive for continuous quality improvement, Plumpton College is actively seeking staff with the right values and attributes who want to make a difference and be part of this exciting phase of our development. We are looking to recruit professional and ambitious individuals to form an integral part of our growing team. Veterinary Nursing and Dog Grooming is an established and successful division within the college working with over one hundred local veterinary practices to deliver apprenticeship, FE and HE programmes of study.

We are looking to recruit:

A full time, permanent Curriculum Manager in Veterinary Nursing who will adopt innovative approaches to developing our curriculum and enhancing our students’ experience through outstanding leadership and industry liaison.

This role combines operational management, teaching (up to level 5) and leading a team to ensure the delivery of the best possible experience to students through consistently good and outstanding teaching standards and services.  Successful candidates should have a degree in Veterinary Nursing, science or related discipline and demonstrable experience of managing successful curriculum provision with a post 16 environment. An experienced RVN, well-versed with industry standards, the ideal candidate will have worked with external partners and Professional Statutory Regulatory Bodies. Previous experience of successfully managing curriculum to achieve high outcomes for students and other stakeholders would be of value.

As well as a competitive salary, you can also look forward to a great range of benefits including 30 days holiday plus bank holidays, membership of the Teachers’ pension scheme, child care voucher scheme and free on-site parking.  A relocation allowance and/or temporary accommodation is available for the right candidate.

To apply, please complete the application form and return by clicking apply.

Interviews will be held:  Monday, 25th September