Protocol are working with a leading FE college to recruit to the position of Programme Manager responsible for Apprenticeships in the Construction department.
Reporting to the Head of Department you will provide leadership and line management direction, motivation and be responsible for building a dedicated and skilled team, developing the curriculum and optimising learner enrolment, retention and success rates against targets and benchmarks.
*Develop new courses Develop new courses (i.e. FE and HE), curricula and/or effective methods of delivery
*To be responsible for the management of specific programmes including the line management of course teams and effective curriculum co-ordination.
*To ensure the quality of teaching, learning and assessment through the evaluation, mentoring and coaching of new and existing teachers. To undertake staff development and training arising from this or from the needs of the Department.
*To provide regular progress reports on all relevant aspects of the business and student activity eg retention, achievement and success rates against targets, student progress and student satisfaction surveys.
*To plan, design and develop provision to ensure the achievement of targeted growth within the programme area set against targets provided.
*To plan and manage physical and human resources effectively to ensure that they are utilised efficiently, delivered on time and within budget.
*To ensure the timetabling of programmes, staff and accommodation is implemented to best practice guidance.
*To contribute towards achieving the budgetary targets set by the Head of Department.
*To manage performance, appraisal and development of staff within the programme area and lead and motivate a team of staff to achieve high standards of performance.
*To set and monitor challenging, realistic targets to meet the Department's objectives.
*To develop staff across the programme area to ensure their effective contribution to the Department's and College's culture and values.
*To carry out mentored and graded lesson observations.
*To complete self-assessment reports and related action plans incorporating clear criteria and measurements of success and promoting the dissemination of good practice.
*To act as lead Internal Verifier within the programme area including liaison with relevant awarding organisations and External Verifiers.
*To provide initial curriculum related advice and guidance, and carry out interviewing, induction, assessment and examination, including invigilation activities, of students as required.
*Formally teach on a range of courses using highly-effective Teaching & Learning strategies that engage and inspire students
*To participate in publicity, marketing and public relations events including taster sessions, open/awards events which may include occasional evenings and weekends.
*Undertake other duties as may be required, commensurate with the level of the post, at the initial place of work or at any other College site, as agreed with the Head of Department.
Knowledge of apprenticeship levy changes is essential for this role and our client is ideally looking for a candidate with experience of developing level 4 qualifications.
If you have the relevant background and knowledge please apply with your updated CV.