About the role:
We are looking for a Programme and Resource Development Lead to co-ordinate and facilitate the (re)development of new programmes. You will be responsible for ensuring that developed programmes meet qualification specifications as well as industry and student need. This is a full time, permanent role based at our Sylvia Park campus.

Skills & Experience
• Minimum qualifications – level 5 Certificate in Adult Teaching, 
• Thorough understanding of the NZQF and qualification type specifications and rules 
• Demonstrated successful experience in the tertiary education sector in a programme developer role
• Experience of NZQA policies and processes
• Demonstrated knowledge of the New Zealand education industry and especially the tertiary sector 
• A degree qualification in education or in one of the current teaching disciplines that NZMA offers for study is preferred but not essential
• Proven ability to set high goals for personal and group accomplishment, along with experience in measuring results and monitor progress in achievement
• Experience in working within a multi-cultural environment and connecting with a local community– preferably Maori/Pacific Island and/or international students.  Interested and excited about cultural diversity and developing relationships within a community
• Demonstrated commitment to represent and be a strong advocate for students

About you:
• High level of interpersonal, communication and presentation skills. 
• Personal integrity, trustworthiness and credibility
• Passionate about individual, team and organisational learning – authentic desire to support the success of others
• Self-starter with a high level of energy, drive and motivation, and the ability to focus these into achievement of identified accountabilities and targets
• Uses appropriate delegation to create a sense of ownership of higher-level organisational issues and encourages individuals to stretch beyond their current abilities
• Working effectively and cooperatively with others; establishing and maintaining good working relationships



Company
New Zealand Management Academies
Type
Full Time from August 13th, 2018
Description
Title: Programme and Resource Development Lead 
Reports to: Quality Assurance and Programme Development Manager
Location: Auckland

Role Purpose: Co-ordinate and facilitate the (re)development of new programmes, using others’ subject expertise as an input into programme design, assessment design and associated learning resources.  Ensure that developed programmes meet qualification specifications as well as industry and student need.

Key Accountability

Programme Development

Objectives:
  • Monitor changes to New Zealand Qualifications Framework (eg, qualification and rule changes), and ensure that programmes continue to match the qualifications to which they lead.
  • Coordinate and facilitate the input from Heads of Faculty, Senior Tutors, Programme Leaders and Tutors into all programme development changes
  • In conjunction with the Quality Assurance Lead initiate programme reviews based on the annual schedule
  • Gather and concisely report stakeholder feedback on programmes; using to develop improved programme structure, content, resources and assessments
  • Facilitate and drive the process of programme resource development through the creation of an annual resource development schedule, regular review meetings, tasking academic staff to complete regular (monthly) tasks; updating student manuals, reviewing textbooks and teaching resources
  • Work with the Assessment and Moderation Lead and Programme Leaders to coordinate the pre-moderation of all new assessments including modifications of existing assessments.
  • Redevelop programmes as needed post programme review to ensure that programmes continue to meet industry and students needs
  • Coordinate and lead an on-going process of continuous and integrated resource development
  • Support programme and professional development days across campuses to continually improve and develop programme structure, content, resources and assessments
  • When required, contribute research and assist in the development of central resources for new and existing programmes that will promote teaching excellence
  • Attend Industry Advisory Group meetings to gather feedback on new programme initiatives
Key Performance Indicators:
  • Maintain thorough understanding and knowledge of all NZMA programmes of study  
  • Resource developments are responsive to an emergent issue, project or part of a planned change in programme delivery.  
  • All resources are technically accurate and support NZMA and NZQA requirements  
  • Approval of all NZQA submitted programmes
  • Excellent programme of resources available to the Academic staff for all programmes  
  • Programme development meets timing and quality expectations  
  • Relevant teams are kept informed of developments as they are progressed 
Academic Programme Process
Objectives
  • Support Heads of Faculty across the campuses to continually improve and develop programme structure, content, resources and assessments
  • Drive the implementation of e-learning strategies through developing new programme delivery models
Key Performance Indicators
  • Programmes remain relevant to industry, employers, students and other stakeholders
Academic leadership
Objectives
  • Act as an ambassador for NZMA at all times and perform the duties of the position in accordance with the organisations core values.
  • Act as a role model for tutors within NZMA, ensure that  behaviour, conduct, appearance, attitude and dress are of the required standard

To be successful you will have:
  • Minimum qualifications – level 5 Certificate in Adult Teaching,
  • Thorough understanding of the NZQF and qualification type specifications and rules
  • Experience in the tertiary education sector in a programme developer role
  • Experience of NZQA policies and processes
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the New Zealand education industry and especially the tertiary sector
  • A degree qualification in education or in one of the current teaching disciplines that NZIS/NZCM offers for study is preferred but not essential
  • Proven ability to set high goals for personal and group accomplishment, along with experience in measuring results and monitor progress in achievement
  • Experience in working within a multi-cultural environment and connecting with a local community– preferably Maori/Pacific Island and/or international students.  Interested and excited about cultural diversity and developing relationships within a community
  • Demonstrated commitment to represent and be a strong advocate for students
  • High level of interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.
  • Personal integrity, trustworthiness and credibility
  • Passionate about individual, team and organisational learning – authentic desire to support the success of others
  • Self-starter with a high level of energy, drive and motivation, and the ability to focus these into achievement of identified accountabilities and targets
  • Uses appropriate delegation to create a sense of ownership of higher-level organisational issues and encourages individuals to stretch beyond their current abilities Working effectively and cooperatively with others; establishing and maintaining good working relationships
Relationships & Key Stakeholders
Internal
• Other members of the Quality Assurance and Programme Development team
• Academic Capability team
• General Managers
• Campus Managers
• Heads of Faculty
• Programme Leaders
• Tutors

External
• NZQA
• Qualification developers



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