Vice Principal Learning, Teaching & Student Experience
South Lanarkshire College
Vice Principal Learning, Teaching and the Student Experience
South Lanarkshire College, one of the top performing colleges in the UK, is an anchor of our local and regional community and delivers outstanding student results year on year. The College’s ambition is to create the best possible learning environment and to help all our learners achieve their full potential. We have an enviable track record in ensuring that our students grow and develop, and progress positively to the next stage of their lives. This reflects the commitment of our staff, their enthusiasm, positive ethos and culture which transmits to our students and has a positive impact on student outcomes.
Aspen People are delighted to be working with South Lanarkshire College to recruit a new Vice Principal Learning, Teaching and the Student Experience. This individual will help to shape and develop the curriculum and associated services to ensure they address identified skills needs and are aligned with the strategic aims of South Lanarkshire College. They will deliver the highest standards of learning and teaching, using innovative approaches and technologies where appropriate and monitor and evaluate performance.
A relevant teaching qualification is required and evidence of continuous professional development. The ideal candidate will have demonstrable knowledge of innovation in a learning and teaching space, alongside curriculum management and development experience. An awareness of the local environment, labour market research and environmental scanning will also be beneficial.
For more information on the role and opportunity, please visit www.aspenpeople.co.uk/SLC
For a confidential discussion, please contact Lauren Crichton or Donogh O’Brien at Aspen People on 0141 212 7555.
To apply, please submit your CV and covering letter as one document via the apply button. The College has also asked candidates to complete an online equality monitoring form which is available at SLC Equality Monitoring