Teaching Development & Quality Improvement Lead - Suffolk New College
Teaching Development and Quality Improvement Lead
Quality, Support & Teacher Development
Salary within the range of GBP37,521 to GBP43,230
35 hours per week
This is a unique and exciting opportunity to work across all teaching areas of Suffolk New College in relation to teacher development and quality improvements and to pro-actively supporting teaching staff to deliver a high quality student experience through exceptional teaching, learning and assessment.
You will be a qualified teacher with a proven track record of good and outstanding delivery alongside experience in a further education environment. A coaching qualification or experience of coaching and mentoring with demonstrable outcomes is desirable.
You will play an active role in identifying exceptional practice, developing professional development initiatives and programmes of support for teaching staff including assessors and learning support assistants.
The role has responsibility for curriculum development and delivery of Initial Teacher Education at the College which will include undertaking teaching observations, liaising with external partners and managing all aspects of teaching activity, you should therefore have a good working knowledge of higher education quality processes and practices.
You will need to be a pro-active in approach and have the ability to innovate, inspire and motivate enabling people to maximise their potential. You will line manage a team of Initial Teacher Education Lecturers, the e-Learning Developer and Teacher Development Coaches.
Closing date: Wednesday 16 th August 2017 at 12:30pm
Interview date: Wednesday 23 rd August 2017
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This College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. As part of our on-going commitment to Equality and Diversity, Suffolk New College guarantee an interview to all applicants from a black or ethnic minority group who meet the essential criteria and all applicants with a disability who meet the essential criteria. All appointments are subject to Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check.