Join the team! Course Leader – National Diploma in Music Technology

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Job Description and Person Spec

Level 3 BTEC National Diploma in Music Technology Course Leader 

PositionLevel 3 BTEC National Diploma in Music Technology Course Leader
Hours and days of workBetween 9.00 pm – 5.30pm (Working hours to be agreed) 4 days per week 
Reporting toSenior Manager
Purpose of the positionThe Level 3 Course Leader has the ultimate responsibility for making sure that all students are engaging fully in the Level 3 BTEC National Diploma in Music Technology course and achieving to expected standards. The successful applicant will lead a small team of tutors and engage with students and tutors on a daily basis. 
Working RelationshipsInternal:
Level 3 team of tutors
Exams officer
Lead Internal Verifier
External Quality Assurers
Pearson Awarding body
Key education partners 
Salaries and Benefits£32064 pro rata at 4 days weekly

Key Accountabilities

Key AreasAccountabilities
Key dutiesLead on curriculum delivery

Teach units in the Level 3 BTEC National Diploma in Music Technology course.

Coordinate and manage all activities associated with the Level 3 National Diploma in Music Technology.

Ensure consistent, high-quality teaching and learning on the programme.

Maintain close liaison with key education partners to ensure all academic requirements are met.

Review and develop teaching and learning methods and strategies for the enhancement of quality and student engagement and achievement.

Work closely and collaboratively with the wider Higher Rhythm team to secure the successful delivery of all course key performance indicators.
Person SpecificationAt least 2 years’ experience within education management roles.

A teaching qualification (PGCE, DTTLS, CertEd or equivalent) 

Experience in the use and development of VLEs.

Friendly disposition with excellent interpersonal skills. 

Highly organised and able to implement processes and procedures. 

Great communication, grammar and proofing skills. 

Ability to work from own initiative. 

Great attention to detail. 

Reliable with excellent timekeeping and time management. 

Knowledge and interest in music, preferably as an active musician. 

How to Apply

Please submit your CV with a cover letter (of no more than 1 side of A4) which supports your application with details of two references to:

A full Job Description is available to view and download here

The closing date for applications is Monday 7th August 5.00 pm

Interviews will be held in-person at Higher Rhythm on Friday 11th August between 10.00 am – 4.00 pm

The successful candidate will be subject to qualification checks, satisfactory references and enhanced disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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