The industry placement account manager will take lead responsibility and accountability to develop and implement T Level industry placement. Furthermore, they will support the UTC in developing the employer set projects within the curriculum areas for T Levels.
The post holder will have the confidence and authority to lead colleagues, make decisions, and enact reforms to ensure that the College meets the industry placement requirements for T levels. The post holder will have good knowledge of the requirements for T Level industry placement.
We have introduced a staff wellbeing committee (SMILE), introduced fresh fruit Wednesdays and provide free milk, tea and coffee daily as well as a healthy free lunch. Additionally, we offer all staff from day one, an opportunity to apply for flexible working and dependant on the role, staff are able to work from home for 20% of the working week. We also offer initiatives such as the Cycle2Work scheme and Employee Assistance Programme to further support staff wellbeing. We have also implemented a 4.5 day timetable for learners, creating 54% learner contact time and 46% of the working week for PPA and CPL. 10 of the 190 days for our learners are ‘flipped learning days’ allowing further time for CPL and PPA for teachers. Please click our benefits documents in the advert to find out about all the other staff benefits we offer.
All appointments are subject to satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS check. LDE UTC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
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