Teaching and Learning Manager Uk Sponsorship Available

April 8, 2024
£33.3 - £43.1 / year

Job Description




The University of Reading is seeking a Teaching and Learning Manager for EIT Food Learning Services. The University boasts world-class expertise in agriculture, food, and nutrition, and it is a founding member and strategic partner of EIT Food, the world’s largest and most vibrant food innovation community. The University is a partner in EIT Food Learning Services, a pioneering pan-European evaluation procedure for professional training programmes and learner certification. This grading service provides an internationally accepted standard of quality for professional education and training programmes in the agrifood sector.

As the Teaching & Learning Manager, you will be expected to bring your extensive experience of education and learning design, particularly in non-formal, informal, and workplace-based learning, working closely with the EIT Food Learning Services Programme Manager (Head Office based in Leuven, Belgium) and the larger EIT Food Education Team, who are distributed across Europe, to manage the development and enhancement of professional non-degree education and training within E

You will be expected to collaborate with stakeholders from across the EIT Food Ecosystem to ensure that the professional education and training activities included in the EIT Food course catalogue meet the highest quality standards as defined by the EIT Label for non-degree education and training, thereby meeting a genuine sector need and enhancing the success of ventures resulting from education programmes.

Closing date: May 2, 2024.

Interviews will be place on Tuesday, May 14, 2024, at 13:00.

Informal contact details

Contact Role:

Partnership Manager

Contact Name:

Yvonne McMeel

Contact phone:

+44 (0)118 378 6586

Contact email:


We accept applications from both internal and external candidates. As part of the University’s continued commitment to professional growth, this position may be considered on a seconded basis for current employees. Internal candidates should discuss this with their line manager before applying.

Sponsorship may be available under the Skilled Worker Route based on the applicable SOC code for this role. Applicants who seek to consider the SWR must first guarantee that they can meet the points requirements. The UK Visas and Immigration Website provides more information about this.

The University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce, endorses the Athena SWAN Charter for Gender Equality and the Race Equality Charter, and promotes LGBT+ equality. Applications for job-sharing, part-time, and flexible working arrangements are encouraged and will be considered based on business needs.