Managing campus, people, and resources
- Development of the campus’s profile and related exchange activities.
- Management and development of all the campus’s resources: people, infrastructure, and external relations.
- Contributing as a campus manager of the Senior Management Group to the management and development of the campus for both FE & HE.
- Define a compelling, cohesive, and ambitious vision for the newly formed campus, with a shared purpose aligned to the broader corporate goals of LDT that will inspire its staff.
- Set the strategic agenda of the campus along with Head office to achieve the vision, ensuring that this is embedded across the campus and implemented in terms of its operational delivery.
- Effectively manage the resources (human and physical) of the campus to maximise its contribution to LDT’s strategic development and operational delivery.
- Develop and lead a high-performing Team by engendering a culture of excellence, accountability, and transparency.
- Manage and develop the campus’s staff in an equitable manner and in accordance with the LDT’s equality and diversity policies.
- Be an active member of the Senior Management Team and contribute to the overall leadership and management of the campus: it is expected that Heads of Department will carry functional responsibility for specific agreed cross-cutting Faculty areas.
- Contribute to the development of teams and individuals through the individual performance review process and providing advice on personal development.
- Contribute to the overall management of the organisation in areas such as resource management, business, and programme planning. Undertake line management responsibilities as required.
- Plan and deliver staff training where required and ensure that resources are available.
- Develop and sustain appropriate structures for management, consultation, decision-making and communication with staff and students.
- Make effective use of all staffing resources and seek opportunities for collaboration and joint working with others beyond the department and beyond the faculty.
Student learning experience
- Ensure quality enhancement of the student experience, taking cognisance of the differing needs of the diverse student community.
- To support and monitor students whilst in placement.
- Oversee the monitoring of student progress and provide advice and guidance to personal tutors and students as appropriate, including oversight of the needs of students with special requirements and processes pertaining to mitigating circumstances.
- Adherence to the regulations and procedures of Faculties and of the LDT campus.
Liaison and networking
- Lead and develop internal committees, for example by chairing and participating in LDT campus working groups.
- Develop links with external contacts such as other educational bodies, employers and professional bodies to foster collaboration and to implement work placement opportunities for Level 4 students in line with University requirements
- Engage in knowledge exchange activities in line with LDT and other institutions.
- Enhancement of the quality of the student experience.
- Ensure that operational processes such as timetabling, assessment and examinations are managed by the programme leader.
- Comply with all GDPR regulations while engaging with student data.
- Abide by all departmental and company policies and procedures
Key Skills Set
- Strong interpersonal skills to help you relate to academic staff and students
- Excellent communication skills
- Team working
- Record keeping/filing/administration
- Report writing skills
- The Post holder must have good inter-personal and communication skills
LD Training offers competitive remuneration packages dependent
upon qualifications and experience.