Salary: £6k Hours: 6 per week (In addition the successful candidate will be expected to teach approximately 8-10 hours per week under a separate teaching contract. It is expected that other duties will require additional attendance, which can then be offset against non-teaching weeks)
Permanent – Wandsworth or Wigan (some travel between sites will be required)
A dynamic and committed Foundation Studies Co-Ordinator is required to take up post from August 1st 2016. Leading the Full & Part time Foundation team this is a highly responsible role within the school ensuring our recruitment and progression are excellent. Reporting to the Heads of Acting, you will have the drive and commitment to help ensure the recruitment, auditions and deliveryfor Foundation Courses is of the highest quality and meets the requirements of our students.
You will have previous experience of working within a teaching and creative environment, have a relevant qualification and be IT literate. This role will involve you travelling between sites (Wandsworth and Wigan) to attend meetings and moderate delivery and therefore you must have the motivation for independent work.
APPLICATION | NOW CLOSED
The interviews will be held in April.
CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
This is a permanent, part-time post. The terms and conditions of service will be those currently in operation.
The closing date and time for receipt of applications is 1st April 2016
|Job Title: Foundation Studies Co-Ordinator||Reports to: Assistant Principal|
|Locations:London/Wigan||Direct Reports: Foundation Course Leaders|
The successful candidate will have the following key skills and attributes:
- Track record of success in a role where senior leadership and management skills were developed.
- A commitment to developing the highest standards within the department.
- Ability to formulate and express an independent view whilst working collaboratively as part of a team.
- Calmness and efficiency and the ability to work under pressure.
- Optimism and capability to inspire confidence in colleagues, pupils and parents, and to be an effective public speaker.
- Excellent communication skills, oral, written and in the use of IT.
- Ability to form good relationships with colleagues, students and the wider community.
- Outstanding organisational and administrative skills.
- Outstanding problem solving skills and a capacity for hard work.
- Awareness of the nature of the School and willingness to commit to its all-round ethos.
- A commitment to on-going personal and professional development where necessary.
|1. EDUCATION/ QUALIFICATIONS||Weighting||Where will this be identified? Tick boxes|
|App Form||During Selection|
|Assessor Award or Examination experience||1|
|Verifiers Award or Examination experience||1|
|English and Maths A Level or equivalent||4|
|2.SKILLS KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE||Experience of Department leadership||4|
|IT literate, spreadsheet access and word processing skills||4|
|Excellent planning and administration skills||4|
|Experience of monitoring targets and action planning||4|
|Working in a customer focused environment||4|
|Knowledge of industry/education trends||4|
|Working within FE/HE sector||4|
|Extensive knowledge of the Film, Theatre, TV & Radio industries||2|
|3. COMPETENCIES||Student Care||-|
|Working with Others||-|
|Planning and Organising||-|
This form will be used to assess a candidate’s suitability for the post. The specifications listed in boxes 1 and 2 must be given a weighting in importance for the role as per the following guidelines:
1 = Desirable but not essential to the role
2 = Desirable but will only be relevant on occasions
3 = Essential – must have currently or has the potential to undertake development
4 = Critical - A significant requirement.
Listed below are the competencies – these are the abilities based on behaviour that ALRA expects all employees to possess to a high standard. They demonstrate how a person does their job. They are not used in isolation from skills or experience but as an aid to judge the potential of applicants to contribute positively to our performance.
The specification below lists those competencies that are key to the role for which you are applying. When you are completing the section on ‘further information’ it would be helpful if you give examples of when you have demonstrated one or more of these ‘key’ competencies.
Definition: Identifying the needs of internal and external customers and works to exceed the customers’ expectations by delivering a high standard of serve or solution.
Definition: Imparting or exchange of information, ideas and feelings using appropriate methods. Anticipating and making provision for the communication needs of others.
Working with Others
Definition: Being able to work in a team environment, employing a keen and professional attitude and showing respect for others.
Planning and Organising
Definition: Establishing an appropriate course of action for self and/or others to accomplish a goal. Acquiring and using the necessary resources (e.g. materials, people, location, time) to reflect priority, number and complexity of activities undertaken.
Definition: Identifying a potential problem, propose solutions that best fit the school and customer needs.
Definition: Responds sensitively to cultural differences within the team and wider working environment, remains flexible and open minded to others views and experiences.
Managing (Time, Resources, People as appropriate)
Definition: The ability to manage time, resources and/or people to create the right climate in which school and personal objectives are reached.