Programme Manager Art
|Salary:||£31,845 to £41,531 per annum (depending on experience)|
|Grade:||Academic Tier 5|
|Post Type:||Full Time|
|Working Hours:||37 hours per week|
|Closing Date:||11:59pm on Friday 08 July 2022|
|Interview Date:||To be confirmed|
Are you passionate about Art? Then we want to hear from you!
We are looking for an innovative and inspiring Programme Manager to join our team at RHACC
RHACC currently has an exciting opening for an innovative Programme Manager to join our Art & Community Learning management team. Reporting to the Director of Community Learning you will have the opportunity to develop this growing area within the college.
About the role:
As Programme Manager you will:
- Be working from high-quality art studios and facilities while developing an engaging curriculum offer which meets the needs and interests of our adult learning communities.
- Engage closely with your team and use your leadership skills to line manage both established and variable-hours teachers delivering accredited and non-accredited Art, Design and Craft provision for adults from complete beginners to more advanced artists who may wish to sell their work.
- Strive to achieve high standards in teaching, learning and assessment, and high levels of customer satisfaction while working as part of the management team.
- Ensure that quality targets are achieved, and that the curriculum is delivered as efficiently as possible.
- Teach an agreed number of hours annually and provide a role model of teaching excellence.
You will have:
- A degree or equivalent in an Arts subject
- A full teaching qualification (or if part-qualified, willingness to achieve a full teaching qualification within a specified timeframe)
- Experience of teaching Art and Design or Craft
- English and Maths minimum Level 2 qualifications
|Further details:||Job Description|
About the College:
We welcome over 7,000-learners through the doors of our two campuses each year. Our learners reflect our community, coming from all abilities, backgrounds and ages. Our curriculum is equally diverse – we offer over 2,000-courses of excellent quality across multiple disciplines.
We are dedicated to closing the achievement gaps between the most advantaged and disadvantaged adults in our community. We are proud of our specialist courses which help adults with learning disabilities develop skills for life, work and independent living; plus, our women-only offer which helps women get back into learning and employment.
Our college extends over two beautiful campuses in Richmond and Surbiton, with dedicated art and business schools, a 120-seat theatre, offices, classrooms, workshops and kitchens, as well as a newly-created co-working space. We are ambitious for the future of the college. Plans are in place to design and build a new purpose-built teaching centre at our Surbiton campus over the next 2-years.
About the benefits:
At Richmond and Hillcroft Adult and Community College, we value our staff, whether they be full-time, part-time, permanent, or variable hours; we recognise the value everyone makes to our College in helping us to achieve our strategic goals, to help others in their learning. We have therefore, put together a number of benefits which are designed provide each individual with access to benefits that identifies our gratitude to you, for your continued support and hard work:
- Our benefits:
- Competitive salaries
- Excellent contributory pension scheme
- A commitment to your ongoing learning and professional development, including:
- Fully funded professional development if required for your role (subject to applications)
- 1 free course per year from our wide-ranging curriculum
- A further 50% discount on any further RHACC courses
- Generous holidays which increase with each year of service
- All staff are able to request flexible working arrangements
- Progressive family friendly policies
- An onsite creche where you can enjoy staff discounts
- Desirable locations with very good connections into and out of London
- Other benefits that we offer:
- Discounted private healthcare
- Eye care vouchers
- A cycle to work scheme
Due to the high volumes of applications, we receive, we reserve the right to close any adverts before the published closing date once we have received a sufficient number of applications. We advise you to submit your application as early as possible to prevent disappointment.
Richmond and Hillcroft Adult and Community College are committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of students and staff. This process begins with our safer recruitment process which involves using the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) for enhanced clearance checks for all staff, seeking references from previous employers, confirming the identity of all appointees, and checking that they have a right to work in the UK. No candidate will be allowed to commence active duty within the College, until our safer recruitment process has been fully completed to the required standards.
Equality, Diversity, & Inclusion:
At RHACC, we are committed to the promotion of equality and diversity and as part of this we seek to ensure the fair treatment of applicants for roles at the College. We are a disability confident employer and guarantees an interview for any disabled applicant who meets the minimum criteria for the job. As an employer who is committed to equality, we actively encourage applications from all those within the protected characteristic groups defined under the Equality Act.