Curriculum Manager - Apprenticeships
LEEDS COLLEGE OF BUILDING
CURRICULUM MANAGER – APPRENTICESHIPS AND FULL RECOVERY COST
Internal Ref: 0069
Salary £34,703 to £40,204
Hours: 37 per week
As the UK’s leading provider of construction education and training we are at the forefront of delivering high quality programmes across the construction sector. Our Built Environment and Engineering Services Faculty is one of the College’s growth areas and we are proud of our excellent facilities and the quality of our assessment, teaching and learning to meet industry needs.
Working with the Assistant Faculty Director, you will contribute to the effective curriculum management within the Faculty and achieve high standards in teaching and learning, curriculum planning, development and student achievements. You will have day to day responsibility for apprenticeships and Facilities Management courses within the Division of HE, Construction Design and Management. You will undertake teaching, assessing and internal quality assurance as required and assist in the management of staff, with a particular focus on technical and professional apprenticeships and Facilities Management and NVQs through to level 7.
Experience and knowledge of Professional and Technical apprenticeships and standards are essential. Experience of effectively managing staff is desirable and candidates should be able to communicate with adults and young people. You will be required to work flexibly across all college sites, and off-site within the Yorkshire region and throughout the UK where necessary.
You should be educated to HND level or equivalent within a relevant subject and have relevant industrial experience/knowledge.
In return we offer a final salary pension scheme, family friendly policies and opportunities for training and development.
Please note that all applications should be completed online. Please visit the vacancies section of our website at www.lcb.ac.uk. CV’s will not be accepted.
Closing date: Monday 12th March at 12 Noon
Please note this position is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check.
The College is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. It is also committed to the ‘Prevent Duty’ and the requirement to prevent people being drawn into terrorism and expects all staff to share these commitments.