WMC – The Camden College helps to transform adult lives through education and we have an exciting opportunity where you can make a real difference to service delivery.
Curriculum Quality Officer
35 hours per week, Permanent
Salary AoC Scale Points 26 to 29 - £26,937 – 29,438
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and highly competent person to maintain and administer systems and processes for ensuring continuous quality improvement in teaching, learning and assessment across the college.
Responsibilities include ensuring effective systems and processes are in place to monitor and report on quality improvement activities such as observations of teaching and learning, having a key role in performance review of departments, and ensuring key quality documents such as policies and processes are accurate, up to date and accessible to staff. The candidate will support the preparation of curriculum and cross college self–assessment reports and work closely with the exams officer, ensuring that all examination processes are carried out effectively and in line with awarding body requirements.
The ideal candidate will have substantial experience in an administration role and good analytical skills, including writing short reports, experience of using management information systems and/or databases to monitor, track and report on data and experience of designing and implementing improved systems/processes for capturing and tracking information.
If you feel you are able to meet our expectations and the role excites you, then please go to our website www.wmcollege.ac.uk for further information and details of how to apply. Completed applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent by post to Human Resources, WMC - The Camden College, 44 Crowndale Road, NW1 1TR.
This role requires the appointed person to undertake an enhanced DBS check
Please note that we do not accept CV’s as application for a position.
Closing date for this position is Monday 30 September 2019 at 11:00
Interviews and assessment will take place on Friday 4 October 2019.