Programme Manager (Higher Education) - Sport and Adventurous Activities

Plumpton College

Plumpton College is beginning its next phase of ambitious growth and quality enhancement. With sound finances and a commitment to achieve excellence in all areas. We are currently seeking to appoint dedicated and hardworking individuals who can thrive in a competitive sector and deliver ambitious targets for growth and quality. We are currently looking for a Programme Manager (Higher Education) – Sport and Adventurous Activities to join the team. The successful candidate will join us on a full time, permanent basis and will receive a competitive salary of £29,030 to £33,646 per annum.

The post of Programme Manager is an exciting opportunity for anyone wishing to take a step into management with responsibility for managing and developing programmes of study, quality assurance and supporting students to maximise their potential. The successful candidate will make positive progress towards students’ timely success, future study and employment. This role combines programme management and teaching at both HE and FE level.

The successful candidate will coordinate staff and resources to ensure students gain excellent vocational and academic skills and consistently improve their personal, social and employability skills.

The ideal candidate will be professional, hardworking, a confident team player with a successful track record of good or outstanding teaching and qualified to level 6 in a relevant degree.

If you believe you have a significant contribution to make to our future and are looking for your next career opportunity, we would like to hear from you.

Closing date for applications: 7th December 2016 – Midday.

Interviews will be held: 14th December 2016

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