Teaching Learning and Assessment Manager (Learning Disabilities and Mental Health)
Rated by Ofsted as a ‘Good’ provider, Adult Education Wolverhampton delivers high quality learning opportunities that inspire, challenge and lead to further learning and employment. We provide a key service in enabling residents to engage with learning, improve their skills, achieve qualifications and progress to higher learning and employment.
Join our energetic and high performing Adult Education Service and make a difference!
Teaching, Learning and Assessment Manager: Learning disabilities and mental health
Contract Type: Adult Lecturer, full-time permanent
Salary: Scale points 16 – 18 (£32,501 - £35,009)
Hours: Full time- 37 hours per week (300 hours annual teaching commitment)
Please note – Terms and Conditions of employment including salary are currently under review
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and successful teaching professional to become part of the management team.
With substantial, successful experience of teaching and assessment in an adult learning environment and with relevant specialist subject expertise. Excellent people management skills are essential as you will lead and line-manage a team of teachers and support staff in the planning, delivery and evaluation of courses and activities. You will work closely with your Curriculum Manager to ensure the efficient and effective management of the curriculum area, continuous quality improvement, the consistent application of AEW policies and procedures and securing of positive outcomes for students. You should be able to demonstrate a good understanding of adult learning contexts and the motivations and barriers facing students. The focus for the role will include preparing students for their next steps which may be towards further learning, volunteering or employment. The role carries a teaching commitment.
You should have a teaching qualification at a minimum of Level 5, e.g. DTLLS, Cert Ed or PGCE and you will hold a degree or equivalent level in a specific subject specialism. You should also have English and maths at Level 2.
You should have experience of developing challenging provision for students at foundation level and those with learning disabilities and or mental health needs and a high level of skill in using blended learning as a teaching learning and assessment tool.
Interviews will take place during the week beginning 29 March 2021.
For informal enquiries and more information about the requirements of the role, please contact Sian Fletcher by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07773 192358.
For further information, please visit our website www.aes.wolverhampton.gov.uk/about-us/job-vacancies
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.
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