Head of School for Health, Social Care, Sport and Public Services
Closing Date: 8th August 2021
The Head of School for Health, Social Care, Sport and Public Services is a key leadership position, managing the curriculum design and implementation of provision at entry level to level 5. The role-holder will be instrumental in implementing a research-informed pedagogical approach, drawing upon best practice whilst meeting regional and national policies and expectations. The role will implement strategies that build upon lessons learnt from the 'pandemic years' to take the best parts of a blended learning approach to support catch up learning, reinforcement and the stretch and challenge of all learners within the School. In addition to ensuring the delivery of an outstanding student experience, the Head of School will develop relationships with, and be a key link for, awarding organisations, employers, educational institutions and industry trailblazers within the city region and beyond. The role-holder will use these links to enhance the curriculum offer and teachers' knowledge and skills, leveraging these relationships to support the role of dual professionals.
The Head of School for Health, Social Care, Sport and Public Services is a member of the Wider Leadership Team (WLT). The post-holder manages Deputy and Assistant Heads of School and will support other members of the WLT in delivering an outstanding student experience across all aspects of the learner journey. The Head of School will, from time to time, deputise for the Head of Faculty - Technology and Life Sciences.
Responsible to: Head of Faculty - Technology and Life Sciences
In return the college offers a wide range of benefits, including generous holiday entitlement, pension scheme, and flexible working hours.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitable qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, gender, gender reassignments, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age adhering to the requirements of Quality Act 2010.
The college also follow a blind shortlisting process.
The City of Liverpool College Group serves 12,000 learners each year from a diverse variety of backgrounds. With state-of-the-art facilities, TEF Silver status for Higher Education provision, the College is home to ground breaking innovation and involved in a wide variety of exciting new developments across the city.
The College is committed to safeguarding children and safer recruitment practices and will undertake all required DFE pre-employment checks on the successful candidate including Enhanced DBS Disclosure including a Barred List Check
The position is open to direct applicants only, we will not be accepting any speculative CV's from agencies and ask that you do not contact us with such.