Automotive Study Programme Manager

Website Xede Education

Vacancy: Study Programme Manager – Automotive

Location: Yeovil

Role: Full time – Perm

Salary: £35,500 – £40,500 Dependant on experience

Job Purpose 

To be part of a dynamic curriculum team delivering a sequenced curriculum that is innovative, creative and ultimately prepares learners for their next step. Effective study programme management and working closely with other members of the team to deliver the curriculum is a key responsibility. An essential requirement of the job role is to ensure the learners on the study programme have an outstanding experience.

  • To effectively develop, deliver and manage Study Programme(s) for priority sector or stated skills shortage areas which meet stated local, regional, and National workforce needs.
  • To work with internal and external stakeholders, postholders will respond to emerging themes and priorities to deliver government skills and economic policy to develop new curriculum which will deliver new skills into the workforce within stated priority areas.
  • To be experts in their field with a sound knowledge of skills and training, able to work with line management and teams to translate emerging themes in their sector into training and education opportunities in Further and Higher Education. 
  • To provide an outstanding service to learners, staff and other stakeholders.
  • To actively engage in developing and promoting the departments operational plan
  • To actively engage with achieving the College strategic aims and development plans
  • To actively promote equality, diversity and fundamental British Values in all aspects of the role.


General Duties  


  • Support with cover to enable continuous smooth running of the specified courses
  • Actively promote and market the College and present a positive image of the College and its activities both within and outside the College environment.   
  • Ensure the quality standards and performance measures applying to the work of the section are met and facilitate continuous improvements in all aspects of the post.  
  • Undergo any self-development and training as necessary for success in the role.  
  • Carry out any duties at all times in accordance with the College’s policies including Equality and Diversity, Health and Safety Policies and Child Protection Legislation (Every Child Matters).
  • Incorporate into the role the philosophy, values and behaviour stated in the College mission and Strategic plan.  
  • Be aware of and maintain within the College the College’s approach to security and discipline.  
  • Undertake any other responsibilities commensurate with the grade of the post, which the principal or their senior management representative may from time to time require.  

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