Associate Programme Leader

Associate Programme Leader

The Associate Programme Leader ensures that the program is well-planned, managed, and reviewed and that all monitoring and evaluation protocols are followed. The Associate Programme Leader has the following duties and roles accordingly:

Key Duties:

Teaching and learning support

  • Teach as a member of a teaching team, within a predefined programme of study, in a variety of settings from small group tutorials to large lectures
  • Promote academic integrity and focus on educating students about the good academic practice including the use of Turnitin from the start of their course
  • Make effective use of resources and learning techniques including using the College/University VLE appropriate to the subject matter/skill being taught
 

Leadership and Management

 
  • Undertake a line management role for staff in the programme area
  • Deputise the Programme leader, when necessary
  • Contribute to the college’s human resources planning, and the recruitment and selection of staff according to college policies and procedures
 

Monitoring

 
  • Take an active role in setting targets for the programme area, including student recruitment, retention, achievement, and progression
  • Ensure that student performance including retention and achievement, is closely monitored and action is taken to address areas of concern
  • Carry out course evaluation including facilitating student feedback; reflecting on own teaching design and delivery and implementing ideas for improving own performance
Note: The job description set out the main responsibilities but is not intended to be an exhaustive list. Specific duties may change from time to time without changing the general nature of the post and the associate is expected to be flexible in the range of responsibilities he/she undertakes.
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