2x 0.5 Higher Education Quality Auditor

Location
Durham (City/Town)
Salary
£32,776 - £33,807 pa (pro rata) Support Grade G02-03 
Posted
15 Apr 2024
Closes
30 Apr 2024
Ref
261922
Job Function
Quality and Standards
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Hours per week: 18.5

New College Durham is a great place to work. It is a high performing and financially outstanding college. We are continually investing in new facilities and resources to benefit our students, such as our new development, T.H.E HUB.

NCD is one of the leading Further Education colleges in the North East and continues to be at the forefront of new initiatives, being one of the few colleges in the North East to offer all the new T-Level programmes.

New College is also the lead institution for the North East Institute of Technology (NEIoT). Our University Centre has Foundation Degree awarding powers and we deliver an extensive list of European Social Funding (ESF) programmes.

We focus on providing training and education that creates the best outcomes for our students, giving them the edge in their chosen industry.

Due to expansion of the Higher Education Partnerships provision across multiple partners and cities in England, the College are looking to appoint two part time Quality Auditors to ensure the integrity and excellence of our provision.

The post holder(s) will identify compliance issues, recommend solutions and share good practice across the College’s HE Partnership provision, supporting the development of the service. The role requires the post holder(s) to collate, maintain and regularly analyse meticulous records of compliance activity and produce timely reports to support the effective management of the provision.

Working within the expanding HE Partnerships team based at Framwellgate Moor in Durham, as well as across the country at partner delivery sites, the successful candidate(s) will benefit from a supportive and exciting environment and a great benefits package. They will be pivotal in supporting the College's response to an ever changing external regulatory landscape.

New College Durham is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, as well as vulnerable adults, we expect all staff and volunteers to be suitable to work with these groups and share this commitment.

We pride ourselves on our dedication to safeguarding all students, to do so we follow a strict vetting process whereby any offer of employment will be subject to the appropriate checks.

Before applying for a role with New College Durham it is important to note that it is an offence to do so if you believe you are a persons whom is barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children.

To read more information in relation to the DBS Code of Practice please see below; DBS code of practice - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) Please note that Curriculum Vitaes (CVs) will not be accepted.

Please apply via the link