College Teaching Manager
University of Birmingham - College of Life and Environmental Sciences
|Salary:||£26,052 to £32,004 Grade 6 p.a.|
|Placed on:||18th November 2016|
|Closes:||11th December 2016|
Grade 6 - Starting salary is normally in the range £26,052 to £28,452. With potential progression once in post to £32,004 a year.
The Teaching Support Manager will be responsible for managing a group of teaching technical staff alongside the Head of Scientific Facilities and Technical Support. They will be responsible providing support to practical based teaching within the College of Life and Environmental Sciences, to include conducting and managing Performance and Development Reviews and Staff Development programmes.
The post holder will manage the running of class practical’s and the utilisation of the teaching support staff and teaching facilities across the College, the purpose being to enable more effective utilisation of teaching support technical staff, facilities and equipment of the College. They will be required to advise academic staff on practical based teaching in terms of feasibility to mount large based practical experiments in terms of costing, equipment, space and Health and Safety and to manage timetables and enabling time slots to correspond with the University wide timetable.
Development of and strategic planning for current and future requirements within the College teaching facilities with the Head of Scientific Facilities and Technical support would be a requirement. The post holder would also be required to attend the Teaching and Learning committee and work with external bodies to generate additional income for the College by hiring Teaching service facilities and technical support.
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