We are keen to speak to experienced course leaders who have a background in Law and/or Policing, to take on a permanent position at a university in the Dagenham area.
- Based in East London.
- This University prides itself on caring for it’s students, even offering scholarships to those who lost their jobs during the pandemic.
- Provides classrooms with interactive teaching capabilities.
The successful candidate
- You will be responsible for managing the BA (hons) Law and Practice, BA (hons) Professional Policing and the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA) programmes.
- You will be a positive, adaptable and emotionally intelligent individual who is able to demonstrate an array of academic and administrative skills relating to the management of higher education.
- You will have experience within leadership in higher education and a background of working professionally within law or policing.
- You will be able to effectively deliver a high quality student experience to assist in maximising career potential of graduates.
A bit about the role
- This role will also require working alongside other course leaders to contribute to development assessment and teaching.
- You will be responsible for overseeing student welfare and progress.
- This is a permanent role, paying between £30,123 and £33,821 pa.
- This is a site based position, requiring you to be able to attend the campus.
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