Portland College is a vibrant national college for people with a wide range of disabilities and associated learning difficulties. The College has a successful learning and teaching department, which was judged as Good at the most recent OfSTED inspection. The College is now on the journey outstanding. The Curriculum Manager will play a vital part in making this journey successful and supportive for all involved.
Working with the Assistant Principal Quality and Curriculum (APQC), you will develop an innovative and challenging curriculum for vocational pathways which supports learners to achieve planned outcomes in Maths, English, ICT, employment and employability skills, further education and training and independent living skills to help prepare them for adulthood.
You will also work closely with the APQC and Quality Improvement Manager (QIM) to ensure effective best practice of learning and teaching is provided for all learners, at learner journey, vocational area and individual tutor level. You will also monitor learner staff performance and act (where appropriate) to ensure standards are met in line with college policy.
In addition, you will take part in rigorous self-assessment processes and take action to address any adverse variances against planned targets and key performance indicators, and motivate your team to do likewise, focusing on Maths and English in particular.
We want to see an increase in positive destination outcomes for our learners, increased staff performance to a good or better standard and increased achievement of English, Maths and ICT for staff and learners. This role will be integral to helping us achieve this.
For more information on the requirements of the role, please see the attached Role Profile and Person Specification.
In order to be considered, please fill out an application and email this to the HR Department (contact details on application form). Please note, we will not accept CVs submitted in absence of a completed application form.
Portland College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.