Senior Manager Quality and Curriculum

Location
Old Hall Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 3AU
Salary
£51,901- £54,934
Posted
08 Oct 2021
Closes
24 Oct 2021
Job Ref
WLV000003674
Contract Type
Full time permanent
Working Pattern
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Hours
Full-Time

Join our high achieving Adult Education Service and make a difference!

This senior role offers you an opportunity to inspire and develop teams, influence and shape curriculum, achieve exceptional quality and ensure the experience of every student is the best that it can be.

Reporting to the Head of Adult Education, and as a member of the senior team, you will inspire, motivate, lead and manage teams to achieve and sustain high levels of student satisfaction.

You will lead to deliver a fit for purpose, aspirational, curriculum that delivers today and for the future and provides a high-quality learning experience every day, for everyone. You will have senior lead responsibility for curriculum strategy and curriculum planning, development and delivery to meet the needs of Wolverhampton residents, communities and employers. You will be responsible for meeting all funding targets and lead on quality assurance and improvement. You will build a strong, cohesive academic team that is well supported and developed to offer the best student experience.

We are looking for a highly motivated individual with strong team leadership skills and extensive experience in Adult or Further Education. You should bring knowledge, experience and expertise of post 19 funding, curriculum development, planning and delivery and have a track record to demonstrate your ability to lead a whole organisation to continuous quality improvement. Your ability to lead and motivate teams will be key to your success.

To arrange an informal discussion about the post with the Head of Service, email Joanne Keatley joanne.keatley@wolverhampton.gov.uk or on 01902 558173

Closing Date: 24th October 2021

Interview dates: 8th and 10th November 2021

Previous applicants need not apply

 

City of Wolverhampton Council are committed to representing Wolverhampton’s diverse community and therefore strongly encourage applications from all applicants meeting the essential criteria.  The council operates a guaranteed interview policy for disabled candidates, those who have previously been under our care and are over the age of 25 and veterans who have served in the military, where it is evidenced that the essential criteria of the post are met.

Our application system is anonymous, this means recruitment interview panel members will not receive details of your name or date of birth unless you are invited to attend an interview. We are not able to hide personal information from any attachments that you upload so we request that you remove your name, date of birth and any personal information from any supporting documentation. The shortlisting panel will receive your candidate pack in full (including any attachments) showing your candidate number. If you are invited to attend an interview, panel members will be provided with your name.

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