Head of Curriculum Performance - Edinburgh College
For the future you want
As one of the largest colleges in the UK and a key contributor to learning in our capital city, Edinburgh College is proud to be supporting over 19,000 students from around 115 countries worldwide to achieve the future they want.
As a student-centred organisation and one which offers over 700 courses across 32 subject areas, Edinburgh College also works with over 1,000 industry partners to help secure the best possible employment opportunities for our students.
We are also the biggest single provider of student's to Edinburgh Universities, with 99% of our successful full time students moving onto employment or further education within 6 months of graduating.
What we can offer you
This challenging role is tasked with driving forward curriculum performance, ensuring effective partnership working with faculty and support teams. The successful candidate will be key in the development of driving quality and change in the curriculum to meet regional demands, through measuring performance and driving innovative practice in the learning and teaching environment. Managing data compliance with key stakeholders such as SQA, SFC is equally critical. You will also be part of the college's senior management team and share the responsibility of shaping the college during a significant period of change.
We have great benefits at Edinburgh College, with generous annual leave (44 days including public holidays and closure days), a career average pension scheme and access to other benefits like childcare vouchers and cycle to work. We also have great on-site facilities including a gym, pool, training restaurants, shops and canteens. Plus you get to be part of a unique organisation which contributes to improving the lives of others - job done!
What you can offer us
Qualified to degree level together with a relevant professional qualification, you will be able to demonstrate success in a senior curriculum and/or quality role, and have experience of developing management information systems. You should also have experience of leading projects and influencing others to bring innovative approaches to the development and delivery of the curriculum.
You'll be an exceptional leader with the ability to inspire and motivate a diverse multidisciplinary team to deliver and achieve the highest levels of quality, performance and enhancement in terms of our teaching and learning practise.
37 Hours per week
Closing Date: Midnight Sunday 1st October 2017
Shortlisting: w/c Monday 2 nd October 2017
Assessment Centre/Interview Date: Thursday 12 th October 2017