Protocol is delighted to be working with an education provider in North West London to recruit their next Curriculum Manager for Foundation Studies.
The post-holder will teach on and manage the curriculum and staffing arrangements for courses within the Foundation Studies Section and ensure the recruitment, retention and achievements of students with a variety of learning difficulties and disabilities.
- To assist the Head of School in the management of staff, providing supervision to a staff team.
- To act as Course Team Leader for specific course areas.
- To carry out staff appraisal and teaching observations.
- To act as a role model to Lecturers and Course Team Leaders.
- To keep up-to-date with developments in your profession area and in the practices of teaching and learning.
- To deputy for the Head of School.
- To teach on a range of programmes within Foundation Studies.
- To co-ordinate and advise on the production of course materials, including schemes of work, lesson plans and assessment schedules.
- To prepare course and staff timetables as directed by the Head of School.
The person & qualifications
- Qualified to degree level.
- An advanced level teaching qualification.
- SENCO or other level 5 (or above) SEN qualification (desirable)
- Management qualification (desirable)
- Minimum of three years’ successful recent teaching experience in Foundation Studies.
- Good knowledge of current provision for learners with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities.
- Understanding of quality assurance, curriculum and funding issues.
- Curriculum management/co-ordination experience.
- Team leadership/management experience.
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The legal bit
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