Curriculum Manager -ESOL, Greater London

Up to £40,000 - based on experience

Posted 4 weeks ago | ref: 191465

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We are delighted to be working with London based education provider to appoint their next Curriculum manager of ESOL.

This is a permanent and full time position. The provider have a thriving and ambitious ESOL department, which delivers ESOL to adult learners from pre-entry to Level 2. 

Role responsibilities

  • Plan and timetable programme of courses according to agreed curriculum strategy
  • Monitor enrolments and attendance ensuring that the programme is viable
  • Organise and co-ordinate examinations in liaison with the Exams office and the Learning Support department
  • Ensure effective initial assessment of learners and referral of continuing learners so that all learners are placed on the programme of learning that is appropriate to them
  • Ensure robust RaRPA processes are followed for any non-accredited provision
  • Contribute to the self assessment process, supporting tutors to participate and producing reports


The person & qualifications

  •  Degree or equivalent level qualification
  • Teaching qualification with ESOL subject specialism
  • Substantial experience of successful, relevant teaching
  • Understanding of needs and interests of students aged 18+/adults engaging in learning

 For more information please contact Emily on 0115 911 1123 or 

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