Educational Development Salary: £38,205 to £44,263 Closing Date: Monday 20 November 2023 Interview Date: Friday 08 December 2023 Reference: 1261-23
We are delighted to present an opportunity to join Lancaster's newly launched Curriculum and Education Development Academy (CEDA) team.
CEDA is responsible for enabling the development of educational practice across Lancaster and its key strategic international teaching partnerships, with a portfolio that encompasses a full spectrum of professional development activities for the University's educators.
In the role of Programmes & Events Manager you will provide excellent administrative and operational management of CEDA and its activities. In addition to providing administrative leadership, you will work in close collaboration with a variety of subject experts to scope, develop and commission projects and initiatives that supports CEDA to deliver outstanding professional development for Lancaster and its staff.
We are seeking a proactive individual with the enthusiasm and confidence to develop and drive forward initiatives that add value to the University's education community. You will bring your ability to build strong relationships with other colleagues and partners in the organisation of complex work. You will ensure effective coordination of professional educator networks and special interest groups, and will play a central role in the coordinating the delivery of flagship events such as the University's Annual Education Conference.
This is a full-time, indefinite post. Lancaster supports hybrid flexible working, but with the expectation for the role holder to be readily available to work from campus on a regular basis and as required to be effective in the job.
Interviews are expected to be held on 8 December 2023
Find out more about the work of CEDA here: www. lancaster.ac.uk/ceda
For informal enquiries about the role please contact Simon Allan, Head of CEDA ([email protected])
We are committed to family-friendly and flexible working policies on an individual basis, as well as the Athena SWAN Charter, which recognises and celebrates good employment practice, undertaken to address equality issues in higher education. We are committed to enhancing the diversity of our workforce and ensuring our culture is inclusive and we welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.
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