We are looking for a highly motivated and committed individual to work in a senior job-share role within NTU’s busy and dynamic Centre for Academic Development and Quality.
The Centre for Academic Development and Quality (CADQ) at Nottingham Trent University plays a key role in ensuring the continuing excellence of our courses and the student academic experience. CADQ provides a range of services, including: educational development, research and evaluation, enhancement-led quality management and design for online learning. The Head of Academic Quality is responsible for the effective development of policy and implementation of the University’s framework for quality and standards across all academic Schools, working alongside academic and professional service colleagues to ensure appropriate and effective processes are in place.
You should have an excellent understanding and working knowledge of: the quality landscape in higher education; how good quality mechanisms support strong academic practice; and the significance of evidence-based decision making about the student academic experience and outcomes.
If you have the above skills and knowledge and are interested in a 3 day week opportunity working collaboratively with our current experienced Head of Academic Quality, as part of an established and effective job-share, this could be the opportunity for you. You will be a good team player; collaborative; a problem-solver and have excellent organisational abilities. You should be willing to try new approaches and be open to sharing successes and failures.
Initially offered for a 1 year period with the possibility of becoming permanent, the job-share arrangement is premised on the sharing of a full-time position in a collaborative partnership which will benefit both the University and the individuals involved.
Nottingham Trent University prides itself on being an inclusive employer and encourages applications from candidates who represent the diversity of our local communities and wider society.
In addition to the application, please submit a supporting statement (up to 3 sides of A4) demonstrating how you meet the essential criteria articulated in the person specification. For an informal discussion regarding this position, please contact: Susannah Lamb or Philippa C'Connor, on +44(0)115 848 5620, or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date for applications is Tuesday 29th September.
Candidates should be available for interview (online) on Wednesday 14th October, with the final round of interviews on Tuesday 27th October.
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