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Course Leader in Health and Social Care

Job details
Posting date: 26 June 2019
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £32,510 - £39,268
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 26 July 2019
Location: CO1
Company: AoC Jobs
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 90355

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Job Description
Job Title: Course Leader in FE Health and Social Care
Regulated activity: Yes
Responsible to: Area Head of Health and Social Care
Line management of other staff: No
Location: Colchester
Salary: £29,510 - £36,268 per annum
Skill Supplement: £3,000 skills supplement per annum, which will be paid in 12 monthly instalments
(Band 2)
Golden Hello: Payment of £3000 on completion of the first month. Two subsequent payments of £1000 to commence annually
Overall Responsibilities:
Undertake specified course leadership for FE Health and Social Care programmes. There is also an expectation of a full spectrum of teaching-related activities on a variety of units within the FE Health and Social Care programmes. To perform other duties associated with the role of a Band 2 Lecturer.
Main Tasks:
  1. Comprehensive teaching responsibilities (designing schemes of work, assessing, preparation, delivery, marking, leading on student guidance and selection procedure, individual student tutoring and marking/promoting courses/attending open events). This will include a future commitment to undertake delivery of evening classes on and off-site as required (minimum of one per week).
  2. Further education course leadership elements as associated with Band 2 Lecturer role, including related pastoral, administrative and curriculum development responsibilities as part of the Areas' Health and Social Care core team.
  3. Work with Area Head, Assistant Area Head and Lead Internal Verifier to ensure management of quality provision throughout the different programmes delivery teams.
  4. Lead on modelling best practise through the development of subject curricula to include Technology Enhanced Learning and innovative delivery methods.
  5. Maintain quality of provision by participating in ongoing internal verification procedures and processes and ensuring Lead IV has appropriate requirements for external verification, communicating outcomes to senior colleagues as required.
  6. To monitor standards of students' work against awarding body guidelines and to raise achievement levels.
  7. Work to promote and apply the College's Equality and Diversity, Safeguarding and Child protection policy and practises.
  8. Apply Colchester Institute Health and Safety Policy and model best practice at all times.
  9. Undertaking such other duties as may be required by or on behalf of Colchester Institute provided that they are consistent with the nature of the post, including evening advice sessions or evening lessons. This job description is current as the date shown. It may be amended in any way following consultation with the post holder to take account of changes or anticipated changes in the organisation or management of Colchester Institute
    September 2018

The closing date for applications to this role is 24/07/2019

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