Your new company
Haringey lies between inner and outer London and is one of London's 33 boroughs and located in the north of the capital. It covers more than 11 square miles and is home to a population of about 250,000. We are an exceptionally economically diverse and fast-changing borough with over 35% of people coming from ethnic minority backgrounds. This opportunity offers great career progression within a forward thinking council that is rapidly becoming one of the most exciting London boroughs to work in.
Your new role
Haringey Adult Learning Service is seeking to recruit an ESOL and Wellbeing Curriculum Manager. The Curriculum Manager will be responsible for leading and managing a curriculum area team to ensure the delivery of high quality adult and community learning and be responsible for overseeing the development and delivery of a quality assured curriculum offer. You will line manage area tutors and performance manage all aspects of the curriculum offer. Part of a small senior management team within a recently restructured service, the Curriculum Manager will work proactively to deliver a locally responsive offer that maintains high quality as defined by the new OFSTED framework and carries meaningful impact on the working, family and community lives of learners in Haringey.
What you'll need to succeed
To be successful in this role you will need to have a minimum of 2 years experience of managing a team of tutors delivering top quality learning experience. An accomplished manager, leader and networker, you will have a proven track record of developing and delivering innovative and high quality curriculum relevant to local need, as the service is currently working to contribute to Haringey council priorities around employability and health inequality. You will have a strong understanding of funder/government expectation, sector norms and the rapid contextual change currently being experienced by the FE and Adult skills sector. This would suit someone with a quick thinking, energetic approach who can cut to the heart of a range of issues. You will be able to motivate and performance manage and understand how to ensure improvement. A grasp of current priorities, including the digital learning and Prevent agendas, is essential. Applicants should hold a PGCE or equivalent degree level qualification and be subject specialists in the above curriculum.
What you'll get in return
You will have the opportunity to progress your career within Haringey Council, company laptop and mobile phone, generous annual leave, flexible working, flexible retirement, interest free travel loan (season ticket and bicycle loan), defined benefit pension scheme (career average), learning and development courses at work, courses and workshops to offer support and help through change, long Service Award and many more.
What you need to do now
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