Curriculum Manager - Health, Care & Early Years
Department: Health, Care & Early Years
Provide effective curriculum leadership and ensure that the standards of teaching, learning and assessment are the highest in the sector. The post holder will have accountability for the health and safety in their area, control of budgets, leadership and management of staff and other resources and will ensure the effective delivery of a high quality learning experience for students. The post holder will also have responsibility for achieving performance targets in relation to the recruitment of learners and the retention and achievement of those learners. CAMs will undertake teaching responsibilities commensurate with the requirements of the post, in a way which demonstrates the high standards expected of colleagues and will have CMT responsibilities as a duty manager.
The CAM will work closely with the local District Hospital and other stake holders for the continued implementation of the Career College in Health Care and work based learning opportunities for the Curriculum Area.
Key Roles & Accountabilities:
• Curriculum Planning and Development
• Resource Management
• Support and Cross College Teams
• Personal/Professional Development
The Post Holder may be required to perform duties other than those given in the Job Description for the post. The particular duties and responsibilities attached to posts may vary from time to time without changing the general character of the duties of the level of responsibility entailed. Such variations are a common occurrence and would not of themselves justify the re-evaluation of a post. In cases, however, where a permanent and substantial change in the duties and responsibilities of a post occurs, consistent with a higher level of responsibility, then the post will be eligible for re-evaluation.
To participate in the College appraisal system and take responsibility for own personal development.
To be part of the College Duty Manager rota.
To act as an Investigating Officer for college disciplinary investigations as requested (and after appropriate training is given).
To adhere to all college policies and procedures (which can be found on the college intranet).
Teaching hours will be between 216 – 324 per academic year.
You will be expected to work such hours as are reasonably necessary for the proper performance of your duties and responsibilities, with a normal working week of 37 hours. You may from time to time, be required to work on a Saturday or a Sunday, in which case you will be given time off in lieu during your normal working week.
The annual leave year is taken from the 1st September to the 31st August and annual leave should, wherever possible, be taken within this period, though a carryover of 5 days is permissible.
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