Waltham International College is a provider of Higher and Further education for adults which aims to integrate the talents of its students with their visions and aspirations to support them in their success.
A position has become available for a programme coordinator at the London Campus for an enthusiastic and motivated individual. The postholder will oversee administrative duties, direct and work closely with the deputy programme leader, head of HE to design, develop, and deliver across the modules, ensuring the efficient and effective delivery of teaching programmes in accordance with the College’s strategies, policies, procedures, and contribute to activities which influence leading-edge practise in line with Leeds Trinity University.
Location: Barking main site (IG11 7NR) & occasional travel to Birmingham campus (B1 2HF).
Contract: Full time 40 hours a week, permanent, with part-time posts available
- Relevant subject-related Degree essential
- Strong operational knowledge
- Relevant qualification essential
- Knowledge of QQA and HE Regulations
- Staff Social Events, including sports and games nights
- Flexible Working
- 28 days holiday Pro Rata
- Annual Salary Reviews
- Career Development Support
The Programme Coordinator oversees the administrative activities of a designated program that support teaching and learning activities in line with the academic calendar. Putting students first, all functions directly impact the student experience which is reflected in internal and external benchmarks. You will be expected to collaborate and interact with Programme Leaders, Module Leaders and the wider academic team to provide an efficient and responsive service to academic registry. Excellent liaison and organisational skills are a priority in order to assist with processes across professional services to provide a seamless service delivery. You will be expected to act fairly, with integrity, respect and purpose. You will also be expected to contribute to the continual improvement of processes by identifying areas for improvement; by actively contributing to problem solving activities and by promoting a culture of ongoing improvement.
- Ability to communicate complex and conceptual ideas to those with limited knowledge as well as to peers using high level skills
- Act as a responsible team member, leading where required, and develop productive working relationships with other members of staff
- Co-ordinate the work of colleagues to identify and respond to students’ needs.
- Identify the need for developing the content or structure of modules with colleagues and make proposals on how this should be achieved
- Exercise responsibility for the design and delivery of own modules and assessment methods taking into account established or agreed College or awarding Body practice where necessary
- Be able to prioritise own workload, able to work independently, and as a team.
Note: Job descriptions are not exhaustive and you may be required to undertake other duties of a similar level and responsibility.
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