STEM Programme Manager

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Location
Plymouth, Devon
Salary
£11,501-£16,509 P/A (Pro rata of £23,001-£33,018)
Posted
02 Nov 2018
Closes
18 Nov 2018
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Part Time

STEM Programme Manager

Part-time, 18.5 hrs p/w | Fixed Term to end August 2019 | £11,501-£16,509 P/A (Pro rata of £23,001-£33,018)

As one of the country’s largest providers of quality education and training, our team of over 600 talented staff support over 12,000 students each year and each plays a part in making City College Plymouth a nationally recognised learning environment.

The College offers a range of teaching, business support and Apprenticeship opportunities. So if you want to be rewarded well for investing in people’s futures - we want to hear from you.

City College Plymouth is recruiting a STEM Programme Manager to develop the Built Environment higher education sector of the Technology, Marine and Renewables faculty, ensuring that there is an increase in engagement of a diverse range of ethnicities, women and disabled people into civil engineering and construction, with a strong focus on engaging and enthusing participants into accessing higher level skills.

The focus of this role will be to support employer engagement events/workshops to develop new skills provision and employer focussed HE programmes addressing skills gaps, whilst supporting learner engagement events/activities to support existing HE students to achieve their qualifications and to encourage L3 students to consider HE. The STEM Programme Manager will also design and deliver taster sessions/master classes/bite sized modules suitable for employers and individuals unwilling/unable to commit to full HE programmes, and deliver training that will support professional development and enable individuals to progress within their existing organisation or apply for alternative employment. They need to be enthusiastic, innovatively creative and committed to the continuing development of students.

City College Plymouth is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The College is an equal opportunities employer.