Job location: To be placed at Centre Level
Reporting to: Head – Academic
The academic auditor is responsible for the administration and efficient conduct of the educational program of the college and for integrating the plans of the college with the affiliating boards and industry requirements.
He/she is the facilitating link among Centre Head, Academic co-ordinator, Department HODs, faculty members, staff, students, and management.
As an Academic auditor, He/she is audit the academic operations, review center MIS, assess Goal sheets of all academic staff, correspond to the registration and certification of candidates with respective boards. The Academic auditor is also responsible for communicating the progress report of all centers to the Academic Head & provide a recommendation to all the academic stakeholders to support them achieve their goals.
There are three parts to the role of Academics Auditor:
- Audit the center strategic planning and implementation of the curriculum defined
- Coordinating the assessment and development of academic operations within the centers
- Audit the effectiveness and implementation of the academic calendar
- Observing lectures/practical’s and identifying the training needs of faculties and lab faculties
- Auditing weekly/monthly center MIS for all trades, all centers
- Overseeing the implantation of the center operational SOP
- Audit the quality of program delivery
- Initiate students feedback on a quarterly basis
- Overseeing of faculty and staff selection and retention process
- Plan, implement and assess the Training of Trainer (TOT)
- Audit college administrators and staff in consultation with college faculty and staff
- Evaluate Department HODs with departmental faculty and staff
- Audit the goal sheet achievement of individual faculty, HOD, and department
- Verify and present the summary of all academic staff KPI scoring
- Plan and coordinate visits of various industry partners, prospective business partner, Pearson’s Standards Verifier (SV)
- Register students on Pearson website
- Carry out required documentation and carry out the process of applying and release of certification
- Process certification for all part-time program and maintain its documentation
- Develop, lead and encourage fundraising in support of the college’s goals as well as outreach and public service efforts
- Oversee the process of maintaining student academic records
Additional responsibilities as assigned by the Head – Academics for Academic Affairs or Management.
Successful candidates should:
- Bachelor Degree required Master degree preferred or with a senior profile from the Academic background
- Prior successful experience in academic program management, understanding of needs and circumstances of adult students, and ability to work as a member of a team required.
- Knowledge and experience with programs in the Vocational field very desirable.
- Be able to demonstrate excellent organizational and administrative skills with and provide an attention to detail
- Have an in-depth understanding of all documentation, duties, tasks, and procedures associated with the area for which they have responsibility
- Strong administrative, management and leadership skills
- Belief in the guiding principles of RAGC