Join our Team!
We have some exciting opportunities available at Barking and Dagenham College. We are looking for motivated, learner- centered and outstanding Curriculum Manager - Food Studies, who can inspire staff and students alike, have a flexible and creative approach to their work; and foster the development of excellent technical learning and entrepreneurial skills.
Reporting to the Head of Department, the Curriculum Manager will be responsible for the operational leadership and management of a designated curriculum area(s). This includes ensuring good people and resource management practices, successful achievement of qualifications as well as the overall learning, progression and experience of learners. Along with the Head of Department, the Curriculum Manager will develop the curriculum intent to reflect sector and industry changes as well as local, national and global reforms.
The ideal candidate will hold a Degree or an equivalent qualification, and a Cert Ed/PGCE or relevant teaching/training qualification, as well as the appropriate Level 3 subject specialism.
Along with your experience of developing and delivering successful teaching and learning strategies that promote inclusive learning and engage learners, and of working to the Common Inspection Framework, you will also need to be able to demonstrate your experience of leading teams and individuals including staff development and mentoring.
The Curriculum Manager role carries a teaching commitment of 10 hours per week.
If you are passionate about success and can do the above, then we want to hear from you!
You will need to submit a cover letter demonstrating how your personality, skills and experience meet our values for this role.
*Please note, that we have the right to interview candidates before the application deadline*
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