Post: Integration Curriculum Leader
Hours: 37 hours per week, all year
Responsible To: Foundation Transition Manager
Summary of Post: To lead and develop policy and practice for coherent 16 to 19
and alternative curriculum progression pathways across the
General Duties and Responsibilities:-
1. To take a positive lead in promoting the College’s ethos and values
2. To implement health and safety policy and practice and ensure the safeguarding
3. To develop and maintain a good understanding of 16 to 19 and policy and
4. To be responsible for developing and leading 16 to 19 and policy and practice
across the College to deliver for coherent progression pathways
5. To develop with others an innovative 16 to 19 and model of delivery that is
responsive to the needs of young people
6. To work responsively and flexibly with colleagues across the College and
particularly the Partnership Division, to meet the needs of 16 to 19..
7. To work with the teams and systems already in place and where appropriate
developing new approaches
8. To facilitate working between curriculum and non-teaching divisions to support
the development of 16 to 19 provision.
9. To liaise with Student Support in order to develop the Progression Mentor
services available for 16 to 19 year old students.
10. To participate in the College’s performance management system
11. To work successfully with individuals and teams across the College to raise
attendance, retention and achievement to outstanding
12. To analyse data, research and create written reports and other papers as
required to agreed deadlines.
13. To teach for 643 hours per annum.
TRANSITION INTEGRATION DIVISION
INTEGRATION CURRICULUM LEADER
1. . A degree or equivalent √
2. A teaching qualification √
3. At least two years successful teaching experience √ √
4. Good analytical skills with the ability to use College information √
systems to produce useful information
5. Clear communication and influencing skills √
6. Goal oriented and willingness to work with competing objectives to √
7. Success in planning, organising, and administration √ √
8. Successful contribution to change management √ √
9. Good team leadership skills √ √
10. Willingness to travel to local, regional and national events √
11. The ability to work effectively with students with challenging √
12. Commitment to continuing professional development √ √
Advice to Candidates
In completing your application please draw attention to the extent to which you meet
the characteristics for the post as this will assist with the shortlisting process.
Whilst applicants may submit a CV in support of their application please note
that the College application form itself must be completed in full.