West Thames College is one of the most exciting and successful colleges of further and higher education in London and our vibrant campuses in Isleworth and Feltham have some of the best facilities in the country.
We have a reputation for giving excellent support to our diverse student population. Staff are well supported within a culture of continuous professional development and are encouraged to take on new and more senior roles within the college. Facilities across our campuses in Isleworth and Feltham are state-of-the art with good public transport links and free staff parking.
We are a values-based and highly inclusive college, serving a vibrant and diverse area, and making a positive contribution to wider social and economic agendas. We offer courses from pre-entry through to Higher Education, Apprenticeship and Traineeship programmes to meet the skills needs of our
The purpose of the post is:
1. To develop a vision and provide the leadership and management to ensure that the curriculum is up to date, innovative, and relevant, and meets the progression needs of students into further or higher education or work.
2. To provide the leadership and management for excellent teaching and learning which enables every student to succeed.
3. To create a culture within the department and College where learning is purposeful and fun, and staff and students contribute to and participate in this culture.
4. To build and lead a team of Curriculum and Quality Team Managers, supporting them in their quality improvement, curriculum planning and development, and staff and student management and development roles.
5. To be an active member of the College’s Senior and College Management Teams, working with others to set objectives for growth and development and to make best use of resources and contribute to positioning the department and the College as a recognised centre of excellence.
6. To make an effective contribution to quality improvement through being the strategic lead for English, Maths and ESOL.
West Thames 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.