- Location: DD3 8LE
- £45,350 per annum, Academic 1
- Hours: Full Time
- Contact: Please see description
- Reference: DAC00406
CURRICULUM AND QUALITY LEADER – COMPUTING & CREATIVE MEDIA
Salary: £45,350 per annum (Promoted Academic 1)
As an effective leader and passionate advocate for learning, teaching and learner success, you will lead your course team in the development, delivery and quality enhancement of a designated range of curriculum and services.
Educated to the relevant SCQF level for your area of curriculum expertise, you will also hold a full teaching qualification (or commit to attaining this by July 2020). The candidate should be a skilled and knowledgeable educator in the field of Computing and Creative Media. You must have a proven track of working in a computing area, with a general knowledge and experience of a broad range of computing disciplines such as Software Development, Games Development, Hardware/Networking, Web Development, Graphic Design, Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking.
Working across campuses with several specialist staff you will support the delivery and development of high-quality computing education, ensuring the relevancy of skills and knowledge in relation to local and national industry demands.
You will have the analytical and horizon scanning skills needed to develop your curriculum area effectively by engaging, motivating and involving your team and providing the vision and passion needed to lead and develop clear curriculum pathways that meet learner, regional and commercial needs across a range of courses and levels.
Excellent leadership, teamworking, and organisational skills are essential, coupled with an enthusiasm and a determination to enhance the learning and teaching opportunities available for your students.
Calm, organised, motivated and solution focussed, you must also be able to demonstrate excellent communication, negotiation, networking and presentation skills, supported by good ICT skills and a flexible, creative and solution focused approach.
This is a diverse and exciting role, and our ideal candidate will have the track record and credibility needed to engage and motivate their course team to take the College forward from an already strong position.
The closing date for receipt of completed applications is Friday 23 August 2019.
Interviews and assessment activities are planned to take place during week beginning 2 September 2019.
Applications must be made online at myjobscotland.gov.uk
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