Teacher Training Programme Manager
- Salary: £29,320 - £33,982 per annum
- Location: Plumpton
Plumpton College continues to strive towards the delivery of consistently good and outstanding experiences for every one of its learners. To support this, we are inviting an outstanding individual to join the Department of Quality & Registry who will manage the learning, teaching & assessment programme and deliver outstanding learning opportunities to new and developing teachers.
The person we appoint will demonstrate their passion for facilitating learning, nurturing talent, and supporting people to thrive. Through hard work and dedication to their vocation, the post-holder will create, manage, deliver and evaluate highly effective learning, teaching and assessment experiences. Specifically, they will be expected to deliver teacher training at levels 3 and 4, and develop future level 5 and PGCE provision. Experience of delivering teacher training is essential, ideally within the FE sector.
This strategically important role will be pivotal to ensuring that Plumpton College’s continuing professional development programme for academic staff supports colleagues to gain outstanding vocational and academic skills that will facilitate them to deliver engaging and inspiring experiences in every physical classroom, practical workspace or virtual environment.
As well as a competitive salary, you can also look forward to a great range of benefits including 37 days holiday plus bank holidays, membership of the Teachers' Pension Scheme, child care voucher scheme and free on-site parking.
If you believe you have the drive and experience to make this happen, we are waiting to hear from you.
To apply for the role, please complete the application form and return by email to email@example.com. Alternatively for an application pack contact the HR department at Plumpton College, Ditchling Road, Plumpton, East Sussex, BN7 3AE. Tel: 01273 890454, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: Monday, 12th June 2017
Interviews will be held: week commencing 19th June 2017