Quality and Curriculum Co-ordinator
Salary: £27,000 - £34,000 per annum
Hours: Full-time, 35 hours per week
We are looking for a dynamic and committed Quality and Curriculum Co-ordinator to lead on quality across our education provision and ensure we can provide an excellent service to High Trees learners across all venues. The ideal candidate is passionate about quality improvement and is excited to sit at the heart of our Education and Training team supporting learners to succeed and progress into their next steps.
The post holder will be responsible for the quality assurance of both community learning and accredited provision, including the development and review of a strong and relevant curriculum that responds to existing and emerging community need. The Quality and Curriculum Co-ordinator will be responsible for the selection and the management of a pool of freelance tutors and will drive quality improvement in the service, including conducting graded observation of teaching and learning and learner walks, planning a yearly calendar of CPD and tutor meetings, and supporting tutors to enhance their Teaching, Learning and Assessment (TLA) practices. Reporting to the Community Education and Training Manager, you will ensure that the delivery of our qualifications is in line with accreditation guidelines and in compliance with the Awarding Organisations and will be responsible to carry out activities that support quality assurance for both community learning and accredited provision.
The successful applicant will have solid experience in the Adult Education sector, whether in a community setting or an adult education provider and will support the education service to maintain and improve quality in all key areas. You will possess a good understanding of the users engaged in our programmes and the multiple and complex barriers they may face when joining adult learning. You will have the interest of learners at heart and will contribute to ensuring that our courses are reaching the priority groups, paying close attention to Learner Voice and the performance of all learners including the monitoring of Pass, Achievement, Attendance and Retention rates. You will lead and inspire a group of sessional tutors to deliver contextualised, high quality and engaging programmes across our provision.
How to apply:
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From there, please send a CV and covering letter (of no more than two pages explaining how you meet the key accountabilities and the person specification), the applicant monitoring form and additional information form .
All applications must be received by the 15th of August at 11.59am. We will be interviewing for the post on a rolling basis, so please apply as soon as possible.