Quality Assurance Manager

Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire (GB)
24 Oct 2017
End of advertisement period
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Quality Assurance Manager

The NFTS is widely acknowledged as one of the best film schools.  Over the last five years the School has had more Oscar nominations than any other film school in the world and has won the BAFTA for Best Short Animation four times in a row.
The School, unique in its creative and craft proposition of excellence, is undergoing a period of significant growth and transformation.  This year it has admitted more students to a wider range of degree and non-degree courses taught in its newly created state of the art teaching facilities than at any other time in its history.

We are seeking an enthusiastic, imaginative and highly organised colleague to manage the quality assurance and academic development arrangements of the NFTS.

Working under the direction of the Director [pending the appointment of a Registrar to whom this position will report], this is an opportunity for a skilled administrator from a Higher Education background to apply their organisational and communication skills to a major development project and to the management of quality assurance mechanisms, systems and procedures.

Their responsibilities include, but are not limited to, new course development, curriculum change, providing professional advice and guidance to colleagues as they develop their courses or develop new ones, ensuring that module and course specifications are accurate and well maintained; overseeing student handbook production; ensuring that Industry Advisory Board meetings and Annual Course Evaluation processes are conducted and minuted effectively, supporting the operation of the NFTS Academic Standards Committee, advising on how to prepare, documentation required, and the production of management data and report writing as required.  

You will have excellent administrative, communication and interpersonal skills. Your problem solving and IT skills will be essential in an environment where you will be working on complex tasks that require attention to detail. 
You will be expected to prioritise workloads and to be proactive in delivering improvements as well as demonstrating a real commitment to partnership working.

For further information about this role and information on how to apply please visit www.nfts.co.uk/nfts-jobs

Deadline for applications: 16th November 2017