Campus Academic Manager x 2

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
£50,000 - £60,000
Posted
06 Mar 2024
Closes
05 Apr 2024
Job Level
Manager
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Location
Office based – Barking & Birmingham UK with occasional travel to other campuses as defined by business needs

Hours
40 hours per week

Working closely with the respective Module Leaders, Year Leads and Programme Directors, the Academic Manager is responsible for ensuring the delivery of all programmes on a campus using appropriate teaching and learning and assessment methods, effecting any necessary modifications and communicating information to students and academic staff.  Responsible for the management of the team of Academics, they ensure the effective planning, management and delivery of the programme, adhering to specified monitoring and evaluation procedures. You will be versatile and provide academic management and support on all Programmes taught at the campus where you will be based, with the key role of planning, managing and reviewing campus specific requirements and supporting all teaching staff on the respective campus. Academic Managers are required to ensure student representatives are allocated to the programme board, and that all students have access to a personal tutor. Academic Managers should have good communication with colleagues across the university and collaborative partners (if applicable), and with external bodies and national organisations.

Person Specification

Essential

  • UK Master’s degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline
  • Minimum two years of teaching experience at Higher Education level
  • Active interest in current developments in teaching, learning and the student experience
  • Commitment to diversity, equality, inclusivity and safeguarding
  • At least three years of relevant management experience

Skills and Experience

  • Student-centred approach
  • Strong planning and administrative skills
  • Strong organisational and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Creative approach to problem-solving
  • Knowledge of software including MS Office and other HE applications

Desirable

  • PGCHE or Equivalent Professional recognition from Advance HE Availability during some weekends

If the candidate does not possess a relevant teaching qualification or professional recognition, the role holder will be expected to complete this within the first year of employment and will be duly supported in line with the professional development policy for all staff

Please send a Cover letter and CV to f.aktar@wic.ac.uk

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