Lead HE Quality Manager

Hull College
Yorkshire & Humber

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Job Description


Salary: £37,420 per annum FTE

37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year

We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a candidate to join the college in the role of a Lead HE Quality Manager.

The post holder will work closely with the Head of HE to complete a range of management tasks consistent with the role of Lead HE Quality Manager. The post holder will lead on the effective implementation of the College’s drive to provide outstanding success for its learners, employers and community stakeholders.

The Lead HE Quality Manager will support the implementation of changes arising from new college policy and exercises this responsibility through close working relationship with the Heads of Institute.

The postholder will lead the management of college quality assurance arrangements relating to continuous monitoring of subjects, programmes and modules and support the development, validation and modification of programmes. These arrangements include programme validation and modification, periodic review of courses, module evaluation & student feedback, performance analysis at module and programme level.

Hull College provides high-quality education & training for Key stage 4, school leavers & adults, offering a wide range of GCSEs, vocational study programmes, Apprenticeships & degrees.

As one of the largest vocational institutes of its kind in the region, we have one focus - to create careers, not courses. We pride ourselves on this approach & are committed to ensuring our learners acquire the relevant skills, knowledge, attitudes & experience to progress in life, whether that is to seek employment in the industry of their choice or step up to higher education & university.

While dedicated to delivering the very best experiences to our students, we also extend the same commitment to our staff. We have worked hard to create an environment where all of our staff, no matter what their role, are empowered to inspire & support our vision to create better futures for the people of Hull.

Responsibilities of our Lead HE Quality Manager:

  • Act as a critical friend to college delivery teams to ensure that Quality processes are consistently implemented in meeting college business needs
  • Work closely with the Head of HE and other Registry staff to ensure effective governance of Quality and other processes within the college.
  • Undertake the preparation of documentation and materials for formal approval by appropriate HE committees
  • To attend and contribute to HE deliberative structures according to their terms of reference
  • Take responsibility for providing close support and robust challenge for college academic staff in working through College Quality processes, ensuring that college requirements are met in a timely way, developing mutually supportive relationships to support strategic priorities such as and including NSS, MEQ’s, OfS metrics etc
  • To carry out observations and walkthroughs of learning activity in line with the Quality Assurance and TLA strategy
  • To disseminate best practice in terms of Teaching, Learning and Assessment working with the Research and Scholarship Manager.
  • To manage risk of the internal quality improvement process ensuring consistency across all aspects of the provision.
  • Lead on agreed aspects of the staff development programme for college HE staff on Quality policy and process.
  • To support the performance of staff through the development and provision of training materials, resources and activities including workshops and 1-1 coaching.
  • Reviews copies of all external examiner reports, monitors their receipt, analyses and chases up issues arising ensuring actions are implemented and evidenced and commends good practice;
  • Ensures that quality arrangements with collaborative partners are operating effectively and intervening in a timely manner with college teams where it is not.
  • Provide reports to committees as required, to SMT and the Head of HE as requested.
  • Undertake and support HE registry panel activity being a member of all as required.
  • Support external and internal audit providing reports/evidence as required.
  • To take personal responsibility for developing as a manager and enhancing personal knowledge.

What we’re looking for in our Lead HE Quality Manager:

  • GCSE English & Maths Grade C or equivalent
  • Experience of developing, implementing and managing effective systems, policies and procedures, planning and outcome monitoring Experience in administration preferably in a higher education setting
  • Educated to degree level or an equivalent academic or professional qualification
  • Ability to develop comprehensive knowledge and understanding of relevant quality assurance regulatory frameworks and requirements, and translate them into practice, providing authoritative and effective advice and guidance to staff and students.

If you have the skills and experience, we are looking for and would like to join us as our Lead HE Quality Manager please click ‘Apply’ now, we’d love to hear from you!

Hull College is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults. All colleagues are expected to contribute to the delivery of their safeguarding strategy and values. In addition, these posts require the colleague to undertake an enhanced disclosure check by the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Please be aware that this vacancy may close earlier dependent on the level of applications received so if you do wish to be considered we recommend that you complete the application as promptly as possible.

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