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Global Head of Technologically Enabled Learning, Teaching and Assessment

Study Group - Learning Effectiveness Team

Location: United Kingdom, Work from home
Salary: Up to £50,000 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 16th August 2022
Closes: 15th October 2022

The Global Head of Technologically Enabled Teaching, Learning and Assessment (GHTLA) is a key role in the Learning Effectiveness Team (LET). The role holder will work closely with Heads of Curriculum and other sections of the LET to ensure that the curricula developed has a fit-for-purpose TLA strategy that is of high quality and is embedded in all of our learning platforms. The role will ensure continuous improvement of our student outcomes including progression, continuation and performance in our courses and modules, whether they are fully face-to-face, blended or fully online.  The Learning Effectiveness team’s function is to support the delivery of a high-quality and holistic approach to education for all our student cohorts. This role sits in the Curriculum Office and the focus of the team is to support quality and effectiveness in our curriculum and teaching and learning, supporting excellent student outcomes for students based in international study centres, colleges, learning hubs and managed campuses as well as students studying via online modes.

The GHTLA will be responsible for fostering an ethos of continuous improvement to ensure all learners experience high-quality teaching and learning, throughout the learning platforms.  The role holder will be researched focussed and promote a culture of excellence and innovation in teaching and learning, ensuring staff have access to up-to-date knowledge and thinking in respect of the latest teaching and learning strategies.  The GHTLA will work closely with the network team of Teaching and Learning Champions to develop, implement and review the College’s Strategy.  The role holder will support the effective development and monitoring of the quality of teaching and learning across the global organisation.

Most importantly, we are looking for a team player. Your work in the Curriculum Office is interdisciplinary with colleagues that need to develop consistent curricula but you will work with other colleagues in the Learning Effectiveness team, for example, Teaching and Learning, Quality.  You will also work very closely with the Product team who will be responsible for publishing the curricula. Our success and the quality of the curricula we produce is only possible thanks to the collaboration and working environment that exists within our CO and the wider team of our organisation.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Identify and create strategies to support technologically enabled TLA development and in conjunction with the Centres’ leadership teams, implement and evaluate the impact of these strategies on students’ outcomes in their programmes.
  • To stimulate and lead a community of practice in technologically enabled TLA excellence including training sessions and CPD for the global organisation
  • To work with the Curriculum Designers and Head of Assessment, and members of the Product Team, to develop new curricula that support the Learning Effectiveness Team’s aspirations to rationalise and standardise curricula.
  • To oversee the implementation of the technologically enabled TLA strategy in all learning platforms
  • To liaise with Learning Delivery Directors with respect to the TLA strategy for all types of delivery.
  • Contribute specialist e-learning skills and knowledge to technology-enhanced learning projects, to meet organisational objectives.
  • Take a lead role in network-wide e-learning projects including identifying and evaluating e-tools, new approaches to e-learning and emerging notions of embedding e-learning in the academic context

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

  • Bachelor's degree (essential)
  • Masters's degree (desirable)
  • Teaching qualification (essential)
  • Training/certification in e-learning (essential)
  • Leadership and management experience in a teaching and learning environment
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