Programme Lead - Motorsport

Full-time 1.0 FTE, 37 hours per week

Based at the Shoreham Campus, Shoreham-by-Sea

We are seeking to appoint a Programme Lead in the Motorsport/Automotive department to deliver an exceptional student experience through the delivery of outstanding teaching, learning and assessment leading to positive achievement outcomes and progression on to higher levels of study, employment, or apprenticeships. You will be responsible for the coordination of a designated cluster of courses as required by the Curriculum Manager through a range of activities including Quality Assurance and Recruitment.

You will also be responsible for managing all aspects of the student journey, including student recruitment, tutorial and pastoral support, course induction, curriculum planning, teaching, learning and assessment, feedback to students, monitoring of student progress, management of student records, student achievement, and all associated course and quality related administration.

You will require an academic qualification at minimum Level 3 (ideally Level 5/6), or professional qualification equivalent in a relevant subject area, a relevant vocational qualification at level 3/4 and a recognised teaching qualification. You also require experience working within a motorsport/automotive environment and knowledge and understanding of curriculum organisation and administration within Further/Higher Education.

You will be able to teach automotive and motorsport workshop and theory classes with the ability to teach up to Level 3 vehicle electronics theory and ideally maths sessions up to Level 3.

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 18th August 2020 (possibly via Googlemeets)

For further details of this role please click on the Job Description above.

Please note that we do not accept CV applications and you must complete our online application form to be considered for this position.

From 1 April 2017 Northbrook College and City College Brighton have merged and become the Greater Brighton Metropolitan College. This will provide new, exciting opportunities for both our staff and students, building on our shared values of ambition, diversity, inclusivity, community and creativity.

The college is committed to the safeguarding of learners and vulnerable adults and promotes the welfare of all students and expects all staff to share this commitment. All posts are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Services check and any overseas checks where necessary.

The college is a Disability Confident employer and promotes diversity and inclusion.

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College