Cleveland College of Art & Design is an outstanding college (as rated by Ofsted), but we are not resting on our laurels. We want to remain outstanding and develop as a college to ensure a positive future for our students, who want to pursue art and design as a career. Is this something you strive for? If so, please browse the job vacancies available at CCAD.
We have a wide portfolio of art & design educational courses from part time full cost courses, full and part time FE courses (usually for those aged 16 – 19), and full and part time honours degree programmes (validated by Arts University Bournemouth).
Do you want to:
To inspire the creative talent of the future?
Have the opportunity to regularly update your skills?
The chance to work in the only specialist art & design college in the region?
Alternative means of application are available e.g. large print application forms, emailed application forms. If you wish to discuss an alternative means of application please telephone 01642 856119
Middlesbrough and Hartlepool
37 Hours Per Week
Salary: £36,821 – £43,403 per annum
Cleveland College of Art and Design is dedicated to providing the best education to new and existing students both locally and nationally. The successful candidate should be an enthusiastic, dedicated and committed individual.
The College has an exciting opportunity for an experienced MIS Manager to join our team.
The successful candidate will lead the development and maintenance of management information systems to ensure the College has accurate and timely data to operate effectively and to plan for continuous improvement, including production of ILR returns and understanding the relevant funding regimes.
Further to this the MIS Manager will be given the freedom to work independently and proactively throughout to ensure the effective operation of the Student Data and Reception team. Therefore, experience of managing a team is essential.
It is essential that the successful candidate has a high level of skill in working with databases and analysing statistical information and a degree or equivalent qualification in IT or related discipline.
In return as a member of Cleveland College of Art and Design’s team of staff you will be provided with:
- The opportunity to develop your career and demonstrate you can reach achievable goals.
- The opportunity to be supported to regularly update your skills and knowledge.
- The opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young people in the Tees Valley and beyond.
- Membership of the local government pension scheme with employer’s contributions.
Closing date for receipt of completed applications: Friday 3rd February 2017
Cleveland College of Art and Design recognises that it has a statutory and moral duty to promote and safeguard the welfare of its students who are under the age of 18 and of its vulnerable adults. An Enhanced DBS check will be required.