Associate Professor (Apprenticeships) (INTERNAL ONLY) National Centre for Food Manufacturing
Location: Holbeach Salary: From £56,021 per annum Permanent and full time at 1.0 FTE Closing Date: Sunday 26 November 2023 Interview Date: Friday 01 December 2023 Reference: COS676A
The NCFM is a major hub for the UK's food industry with over 250 major companies accessing courses, technical services and research. Our clients are major national and global food manufacturing businesses and retailers. NCFM delivers Apprenticeships in partnerships with over 80 food businesses and is a leading provider of higher and degree apprenticeships for the sector.
The post requires an experienced teacher and quality practitioner with proven leadership and team building skills. The role holder must have a sound understanding of academic practice relating to apprenticeship provision along with an aptitude and experience in engaging with businesses in the development or quality enhancement of educational provision.
The post holder will oversee the effective delivery of all of NCFM's apprenticeship provision and short courses working closely with Program Leaders and the School's Director of Teaching and Learning to deliver an exemplary apprenticeship experience for apprentices and employers and ensure the effective management of the resources that underpin delivery.
The University has established a central office to oversee the strategic development of apprenticeships across the institution and ensure standardisation of practice, and the post holder will work closely with the Office of Apprenticeships and Skills to ensure that the NCFM's provision is aligned with institutional standards and operational practice.
If you would like to have an informal discussion regarding this role, please contact Valerie Braybrooks, Dean of Holbeach & NCFM, at [email protected].
In support of our commitment to developing colleagues by providing opportunities for internal movement and promotion, applications for this opportunity will only be accepted from people who are currently employed by the University of Lincoln. We actively encourage applications from all colleagues across the University with the relevant skills and experience.
Please note that this post requires an Enhanced DBS check.
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Associate Professor (Apprenticeships) (INTERNAL ONLY)
University of Lincoln
November 21, 2023
November 26, 2023
Agricultural Science,Business and Economics
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