Supporting Futures at Selby College are looking for a passionate and driven Standards and Performance Co-ordinator.
The key purpose of this role is to provide support to College in improving the quality of its Further Education Delivery.
Working under the direction of the Vice Principal of Learning and Quality with the Curriculum Leadership Team, the post holder will co-ordinate a range of quality improvement systems and processes in order to continuously improve standards.
The role is full-time; 37 hours, Monday to Friday, 52 weeks per year.
Holidays: 25 days leave per year, plus statutory bank holidays.
Closing date: 27th June 2021
Interviews: To be held on 7th July 2021
To apply, please download and complete an application form, and an E & D form, and email with a cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org or post to: Personnel Department, Supporting Futures Selby Ltd, Selby College, Abbots Road, Selby YO8 8AT.
- To co-ordinate the development, implementation and monitoring of quality improvement performance systems and practice across the college, ensuring the College’s ongoing improvement and preparedness for external and internal testing.
- To support the Vice Principal and Curriculum Leadership Team in raising standards in the quality of education and improve course and department performance and achievement rates.
- To support the development of a culture that promotes improved focus and impact monitoring of Quality Improvement procedures to reflect changed priorities within key monitoring organisations such as Ofsted, ESFA, Awarding Bodies etc.
- To support the range of quality improvement and leadership systems and practice across college.
- To be an ambassador across the College for a culture of Good or Outstanding learning, teaching and assessment, based around innovation and aspiration which is consistently demonstrated and modelled in your own practice.
- To coordinate and monitor standardisation of IQA and EQA activities.
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- You will hold a minimum of 5 GCSE’s at grade C/4 or above. Candidates who hold a degree or relevant professional qualification will have a distinct advantage.
- Excellent organisational and administrative skills, including the use of Microsoft Office, are essential.
- You will be able to work proactively without direct supervision and have the ability to plan and prioritise your own workload.
- Experience in using a range of data monitoring platforms such as MIS Systems within the FE Sector is desirable.
All work in the College involves some degree of responsibility for safeguarding children, although the extent of that responsibility will vary according to the nature of the role. A DBS check is a requirement for this role.
The focus of the role will be on maintaining, monitoring, reporting on and improving on a range of data, systems, tools and processes that operate across the College, including Data Reports, Awarding Body Reports, Complaints, Policy Updating, KPI monitoring, Surveys and Focus Groups
As such you will need to be data savvy, with the ability to read and interpret succinctly data and the written word. You will need excellent time management and communication skills and be able to use a wide range of electronic systems in use across the College.