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Curriculum Manager

P05 £43,503 - £46,347 p.a.

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Children Employment and Skills
P05 £43,503 - £46,347 p.a.
Full time 35 hours per week
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222 Upper Street, London N1 1XR
P05 £43,503 - £46,347 p.a.
03/06/2018 23:59

Islington Adult and Community Learning Service works with the Borough’s most disadvantaged and vulnerable adults to improve their quality of life and life chances.

Our programmes are designed to provide learning opportunities that attract people into learning, develop functional and vocational skills as well as provide a pathway to employment or further education. We work collaboratively across the borough with a range of partners including City & Islington College, voluntary sector, schools and children’s centres to provide high quality learning and skills development to meet the needs of Islington’s residents.

The service is currently looking for an experienced curriculum manager to lead and develop key curriculum areas (English, Maths, ESOL, Family Learning and a provision for learners with Learning difficulties/ disabilities). You will have a range of relevant experience in developing an innovative and dynamic curriculum that meets the employment and skills needs of Islington residents, up to date knowledge on the development of qualifications particularly in Maths, English and ESOL as well as experience in leading high quality provision in line with the Common Inspection Framework.

We are a dynamic and innovative service working in partnership with a range of different organisations across Islington and offer a challenging and exciting working environment, with access to a range of staff development opportunities as well as excellent employment terms and conditions.

Islington Council is an Equal Opportunities employer. 

Closing date: Sunday 3rd June 2018 at 23:59

Interview and test date: To be confirmed

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Ann Mctaggart on 0207 527 5680 or at

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Applicant requirements

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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