Job details

College

Buxton & Leek College

Responsible to

Curriculum Leader – Access to HE

Location

Kedleston Road, Derby Campus

Salary

£23.40 per hour

Closing date

Monday 31 January 2022

Contract type

Permanent

Post type

Hourly paid

Reference

0690-21

Please note: applicants already contracted to full-time positions within the University are not permitted to undertake additional contracted hours due to the weekly working time directive.

About the role

In this role, you will be responsible for developing and co-ordinating a specific programme or development within a programme area or across the University.

While this is a multi-site role, you will primarily based in Derby.

Actual hours and days will be described in a ‘Schedule of Work’.

Principal accountabilities

  1. To be responsible for developing and co-ordinating a specific programme or development within a programme area or across the University.
  2. To act as a personal tutor, course leader, and Lead IV as required.
  3. To take an active part in course team meetings and activities.
  4. To lead a team, if required.
  5. To develop and maintain high quality standards in line with the demands of the Common Inspection Framework.
  6. To participate in monitoring visits for students on work placement.
  7. To take an active part in the University’s Staff Development Programme to ensure flexible and responsive curriculum delivery.
  8. To take an active part in all extra curricula activities, including open days, recruitment events and external moderation processes.

General Duties

  1. To undertake such class contact duties for the grade as are laid down in the University FE Academic Contract.
  2. To teach effectively (including the necessary preparation) using a variety of methods on appropriate programmes as directed by the subject Curriculum Leader.
  3. To maintain currency with and operate within the demands of the Common Inspection Framework.
  4. To assess and record students’ progress on a regular basis by appropriate means e.g. marking, profiles, learning agreements, action plans, records of achievement etc.
  5. To respond to the personal and social needs of students in the learning situation.
  6. To prepare programmes of work and lesson plans, set assignments, tests, examinations, marking schemes.
  7. To ensure that all appropriate administrative records are accurately completed and maintained in accordance with University procedures, e.g. enrolment forms, attendance registers, student Individual Learning Agreements or training plans.
  8. To ensure that students behave in a responsible manner to a high standard of safety in classrooms, practical areas and around the University campus.
  9. To ensure relevant links with outside agencies, education support services, parents and employers.
  10. To undertake any other administrative and teaching duties which may, from time to time, reasonably be required within the general level of responsibility of the post, as agreed with the Curriculum Leader.
  11. To comply with the requirements of Health & Safety, other relevant legislation and University documentation.
  12. To understand and comply with the University’s Equality and Diversity Policies.
  13. To comply with copyright and software licensing legislation and related University procedures.
  14. To undertake appropriate training and Continuing Professional Development activities as requested by the Curriculum Leader.
  15. To work with support staff, programme and course teams as appropriate.
  16. To participate in and contribute to curriculum development.
  17. To ensure that the College’s Quality Assurance Procedures are completed and actioned.
  18. To contribute to the marketing activities of the College.
  19. To comply with the requirements of Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults, Prevent, Health and Safety, Quality and other University policies including Equal Opportunities, Risk Management and Equality and Diversity.

Person specification

Essential Criteria

Qualifications

Experience

Skills, knowledge and abilities

Business requirements

Desirable Criteria

Experience

Skills, knowledge and abilities

Benefits

As well as competitive pay scales, we offer generous holiday entitlement. We also offer opportunities for further salary progression based on performance, and the opportunity to join a contributory pension scheme.

Find out more about pay and benefits

How to apply

You can apply by submitting an online application. Once you have signed in or registered with us you will be able to begin your application. If you are creating an account for the first time, please ensure you provide an email address that you access regularly as this will be our main means of contacting you regarding your application.

If you require any assistance, including the provision of any documentation in an alternative format, please contact the Recruitment team at recruitment@derby.ac.uk.

Please note all applications must be submitted online by Midnight GMT on the closing date of the vacancy.

Important information

Please note that unfortunately, this role will not attract sufficient points to obtain a sponsored Skilled Worker visa under the UK Visas & Immigration points based immigration system; however, applications are welcome from candidates who do not currently have the right to work in the UK, but who would be eligible to obtain a valid visa via another route..

Please consult the Home office website for further information.

Coronavirus

Our number one priority is to keep our staff, students and community safe as we continue to work through the pandemic. Upon appointment, full training will be given on the Health and Safety processes we follow.

Find out how we are ensuring the safety of our staff, students and community

Further details

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