Subject Coordinator Languages Jobs Vacancy at University Glasgow Glasgow
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Subject Coordinator Languages Jobs Vacancy at University Glasgow Glasgow Jobs Details:
Main Duties and Responsibilities
Be responsible for the recruitment of sufficient part-time tutors to ensure timely delivery of all courses (and associated programmes). Oversee all aspects of human resources management in relation to the part-time tutors associated with the courses, including recruitment, performance management, management of attendance and staff development. Monitor course delivery and approve time sheets submitted by part-time tutors.
Undertake teaching and associated teaching activity as required.
Be responsible for the design and development of effective assessment processes. This includes the preparation of assessment materials and samples of students’ work for the external examiner, compiling data on students’ performance, liaison with the external examiner, and attendance at all relevant exam boards. Subject Coordinators are also expected to moderate and/or second mark assignments, and to ensure that tutors meet all deadlines relating to assessment set by Short Courses. When required, assist in the identification of potential new external examiner appointments.
Ensure the provision of effective, timely and appropriate feedback to students which supports their learning.
Organise and manage the courses to ensure successful recruitment in line with Short Courses’ financial targets.
Attend meetings and events as required, including Management Group, Academic Planning and Management Group, routine quality assurance meetings such as Scrutiny Group and Boards of Examiners meetings, and Short Courses and External Relations away days and training events.
Ensure effective development, monitoring and evaluation of the courses (and associated programmes) in line with the University’s policies and processes. This includes preparing course and programme approval documentation, undertaking annual course monitoring and any other annual or periodic quality assurance and quality enhancement activities in order to enhance the student learning experience.
Undertake regular liaison with the Marketing Manager to identify opportunities for marketing, recruitment and profile-raising, for both the language courses and Short Courses as a whole.
Encourage the use of technology to enhance the student learning experience.
Support the University’s strategic ambitions in relation to engagement, in line with the University’s Strategic Plan: https://www.gla.ac.uk/media/media_410447_en.pdf
Undertake any other duties as assigned by the Director, Short Courses or their nominee.
Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills and Experience
A1 Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework level 10 or 11 (honours degree/postgraduate qualification) or equivalent.
A2 Sufficient knowledge and understanding of the subject area(s) and of course development, organisation and management to deliver successful courses (and associated programmes) in the subject area(s).
A3 Thorough knowledge of and ability to apply policy, practice and procedures relating to the development, organisation and management of courses in higher education.
A4 Commercially aware and able to deliver income-generating activities in line with financial KPIs.
B1 Professional teaching qualification or working towards one.
C1 Ability to initiate, plan and deliver a high quality programme of courses.
C2 Proven people management skills.
C3 Excellent organisational skills.
C4 Analytical and problem-solving ability.
C5 Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both oral and written), with the ability to interact constructively with a wide range of individuals.
C6 Relevant IT skills which promote the efficient delivery and organisation of teaching.
C7 Ability to work effectively independently and as part of a team.
C8 Negotiating and influencing skills.
C9 Self-motivation and resilience.
D1 Ability to deliver teaching across the subject area(s).
E1 Experience of the design, organisation and management of teaching programmes related to the subject area(s).
E2 Experience of planning and progressing work activities within professional guidelines or organisational policy, applying initiative and independent judgement.
E3 Experience of effective staff management in an educational context, including the management of performance.
E4 Experience of teaching and assessment in a relevant subject area.
F1 Experience of teaching in further or higher education.
On an annual cycle plan, develop and manage the delivery of courses (and associated programmes) in the subject area(s) in line with departmental and University quality assurance and enhancement processes, timescales and deadlines.
Plan and manage workload effectively to ensure the courses (and associated programmes) are delivered on time and in line with financial and other KPIs.
Undertake the effective management of part-time tutors associated with the delivery of courses (and associated programmes) in the subject area(s).
Respond to queries from Short Courses’ staff/students on a frequent and regular basis.
Monitor delivery and evaluate the success of the courses (and associated programmes) in the subject area(s).
Prioritise own work in accordance with agreed Short Courses/University strategy.
Ensure the effective and efficient deployment of resources.
Decide upon appropriate advice to students in light of academic, pastoral and procedural issues.
Director, Short Courses.
Staff and students across Short Courses to provide information and advice.
Colleagues across the External Relations Directorate, the University of Glasgow and in other universities and professional organisations.
Deal with enquiries/problems from students on relevant courses (and associated programmes).
Identify solutions to problems in relation to the organisation and management of courses (and associated programmes), and part-time tutors associated with the subject area(s).
Assist students to resolve problems regarding their studies.
Act as a key point of contact and resolve student related issues such as missed deadlines, good cause and academic appeals.
Standard Terms & Conditions
Salary will be on the Research & Teaching Grade, level 7, £34,520 - £38,833 per annum.
This post is offered on an open-ended and full time (35 hrs) basis.
New entrants to the University will be required to serve a probationary period of 6 months.
The successful applicant will be eligible to join the Universities’ Superannuation Scheme. Further information regarding the scheme is available from the Superannuation Officer, who is also prepared to advise on questions relating to the transfer of Superannuation benefits.
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