Assistant Principal - Students

Recruiter
Greater Brighton Metropolitan College
Location
Worthing
Salary
62118.00 - 67869.00 GBP Annual
Posted
21 Apr 2017
Closes
24 Apr 2017
Category
Education
Function
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (GBMet) aims to transform the lives of students across the Greater Brighton region. The college will invest in a broad curriculum offer establishing a sound educational footing of mathematics, English and employability skills while at the same time developing a suite of technical and vocational specialisms at level 3 and above. There will be an expansion of its higher education and technical offer and an emphasis on apprenticeships and work based learning.

We are looking to recruit an exceptional Assistant Principal to form a part of the GBMet Senior Leadership team. Join us at this crucial time in our development and contribute to the creation of a brand new college formed from the merger of Northbrook College Sussex and City College Brighton and Hove.

Successful candidates will regard an outstanding student learning experience as being the most important characteristic of a successful college. They will be prepared to be radical, flexible in approach and continually exude optimism and a 'can do' attitude. If you are also emotionally intelligent, possess drive, resilience and energy, a high level of ambition and focus on continuous improvement please apply immediately.

Main purpose and scope of the post:

To ensure continuous and measureable quality improvements, contributing to the achievement of College key performance indicators (KPIs)

To deliver an exceptional student experience; ensuring teaching, learning and assessment is of a consistently high standard and that students achieve, succeed, progress and gain sustainable employment

To lead specific cross college areas of responsibility including but not limited to, Student Experience, Student Support Services, and Foundation Learning and Inclusion programmes and support the development of curriculum to ensure alignment with the requirements of business, community and students

To provide strategic leadership of marketing and communications activity and teams, including but not limited to, the development and implementation of annual marketing and communications plans, development and maintenance of brand and visual identity, use of data and LMI and the development and implementation of a CRM.

To develop annual recruitment targets across 16-18, adult, commercial, apprenticeship and HE provision coordinating the activities of curriculum and support teams, overseeing the process of monitoring performance against target and leading cross-college action to ensure targets are met

To lead, manage and develop staff teams actively identifying and supporting talent and addressing unsatisfactory performance

To be an active member of the senior leadership team and communicate, implement and promote the college strategy

To liaise effectively with internal and external partners and stakeholders and to work in partnership with organisations and agencies including local authorities, schools, businesses, community and voluntary organisations

To contribute to the effective implementation of merger and the development of Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (GBMet)

To take responsibility for the management of a specified college site whilst operating across the whole College estate

To effectively set, monitor and manage budgets and other College resources within areas of responsibility

To prepare reports, as required by the Principal, CEO or COO

To undertake other duties commensurate with the post as defined by the Principal

To promote the College vision and mission and embody the College values

To comply with College policies and procedures at all times.

*In addition to the usual remuneration for this post, there may be an opportunity for a performance related enhancement to be awarded.

Please note that we do not accept CV applications and you must complete our online application form to be considered for this position.

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Closing date for completed application forms: 23 April 2017

Proposed Interview date - Thursday 4 May 2017

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (GBMet) aims to transform the lives of students across the Greater Brighton region. The college will invest in a broad curriculum offer establishing a sound educational footing of mathematics, English and employability skills while at the same time developing a suite of technical and vocational specialisms at level 3 and above. There will be an expansion of its higher education and technical offer and an emphasis on apprenticeships and work based learning.

We are looking to recruit an exceptional Assistant Principal to form a part of the GBMet Senior Leadership team. Join us at this crucial time in our development and contribute to the creation of a brand new college formed from the merger of Northbrook College Sussex and City College Brighton and Hove.

Successful candidates will regard an outstanding student learning experience as being the most important characteristic of a successful college. They will be prepared to be radical, flexible in approach and continually exude optimism and a 'can do' attitude. If you are also emotionally intelligent, possess drive, resilience and energy, a high level of ambition and focus on continuous improvement please apply immediately.

Main purpose and scope of the post:

To ensure continuous and measureable quality improvements, contributing to the achievement of College key performance indicators (KPIs)

To deliver an exceptional student experience; ensuring teaching, learning and assessment is of a consistently high standard and that students achieve, succeed, progress and gain sustainable employment

To lead specific cross college areas of responsibility including but not limited to, Student Experience, Student Support Services, and Foundation Learning and Inclusion programmes and support the development of curriculum to ensure alignment with the requirements of business, community and students

To provide strategic leadership of marketing and communications activity and teams, including but not limited to, the development and implementation of annual marketing and communications plans, development and maintenance of brand and visual identity, use of data and LMI and the development and implementation of a CRM.

To develop annual recruitment targets across 16-18, adult, commercial, apprenticeship and HE provision coordinating the activities of curriculum and support teams, overseeing the process of monitoring performance against target and leading cross-college action to ensure targets are met

To lead, manage and develop staff teams actively identifying and supporting talent and addressing unsatisfactory performance

To be an active member of the senior leadership team and communicate, implement and promote the college strategy

To liaise effectively with internal and external partners and stakeholders and to work in partnership with organisations and agencies including local authorities, schools, businesses, community and voluntary organisations

To contribute to the effective implementation of merger and the development of Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (GBMet)

To take responsibility for the management of a specified college site whilst operating across the whole College estate

To effectively set, monitor and manage budgets and other College resources within areas of responsibility

To prepare reports, as required by the Principal, CEO or COO

To undertake other duties commensurate with the post as defined by the Principal

To promote the College vision and mission and embody the College values

To comply with College policies and procedures at all times.

*In addition to the usual remuneration for this post, there may be an opportunity for a performance related enhancement to be awarded.

Please note that we do not accept CV applications and you must complete our online application form to be considered for this position.

For further information regarding this vacancy, to complete an application, or to set up 'job alerts' for future vacancies, please visit the Northbrook College website () and click on the 'Jobs vacancies' button. However, if you find it difficult to apply online, please contact us so that we can assist you. Telephone (0) or email us at

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Closing date for completed application forms: 23 April 2017

Proposed Interview date - Thursday 4 May 2017