Capital City College Group comprises three of London's largest colleges, with a separate training arm offering apprenticeships and training for London's workforce. Combined, we work in eleven centres across Central and North East London with an enrolment of over 37,000 students.
We are recruiting for a number of roles in our Examinations Department to join us at an exciting time during transformation of the exams and MIS team.
As Exams Manager, you will lead in providing high quality, responsive management of the examinations service for a designated college or group of colleges. This will include:
- ensuring staff are supported, receiving regular performance reviews and are up to date with new processes and regulations.
- identifying new approaches/techniques which enhance the efficiency, quality, and impact of the examinations team
- managing the development and implementation of formal quality assurance and evaluation procedures, ensuring that Joint Council for Qualifications and Awarding Organisations expectations on quality and compliance are met for the Group.
To succeed in the role you will need significant experience of managing large examinations and Awarding Organisation communications in an FE / educational environment. You will have previously managed staff and be able to delegate and manage the performance of others, plus develop positive working relationships with colleagues at all levels.
This role is likely to be based in North London (Holloway or Tottenham) but will require regular travel to Group sites across London. In return for your skills and experience, we can offer you a competitive salary and pension provision, plus 30 days of annual leave. Other benefits include our Employee Assistance Programme, discount portal and salary sacrifice schemes.
The closing date: 31st August 2022
WKCIC is committed to protecting and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment.
Equality & Diversity:
We value the diversity of our staff and learners who come from different cultural, religious and ethnic backgrounds. This diversity is the source of our strength as our differences enable us to be innovative and creative in the way we work.
Through our curriculum and employment policies, procedures and practices, we embrace equality and successfully celebrate the diversity of our staff and learners, who are encouraged and supported to share different aspects of their identity.
We are proud to display the 'two ticks' symbol, to be a Stonewall Diversity Champion, and members of the Network for Black Professionals, and the Women’s Leadership Network.
Our aim is to recruit the best staff possible and to deliver first class teaching to our learners. We are one of the few Colleges to employ an Equality & Diversity Manager whose goal it is to monitor and measure the steps taken to make sure we have an inclusive and safe learning and working environment.
We are committed to equality and diversity, and expect our staff to share this commitment.