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safeguarding standards and improving the quality of UK higher education

Access Recognition and Licensing Committee (ARLC) member

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Application Closing Date: 31/01/2018
Group: Access Recognition and Licensing Committee

QAA is responsible for the recognition and regulation of Access to HE Diplomas. We are also responsible for licensing Access Validating Agencies (AVAs), the awarding bodies that approve/validate Access to HE courses.

To support this work, we are looking to recruit three members to our Access Recognition and Licensing Committee (ARLC) in the following areas:

  • one member from the further education sector - with appropriate experience and understanding of Access to HE
  • two other members - with appropriate experience of the work of the ARLC, who may come from further or higher education, or who may have other experience that is relevant to the work of the ARLC.

About the ARLC

The ARLC is a committee of the QAA Board. It receives reports on AVA monitoring activity and makes recommendations about the award and withdrawal of AVA licences, and advises on major developments in other areas of QAA's Access to HE activities.

ARLC members jointly hold the knowledge and expertise needed for the ARLC to carry out its remit effectively. ARLC members also bring independence of mind and a wider perspective to ARLC deliberations, bringing their experience to bear in making impartial judgements. A full position specification is set out in the recruitment pack below.

Terms and conditions

The ARLC normally meets three times a year, with meetings held in either Gloucester or London.

ARLC members receive no remuneration. Reasonable and properly documented expenses incurred in the performance of members' duties will be reimbursed in line with QAA's policies.

ARLC members are appointed by the Board for a term of three years, renewable for one additional term. ARLC members are expected to work in the spirit of the expectations, duties and standards that apply to QAA's directors/trustees, which are set out in the Code of Best Practice for Members of the QAA Board, available below.

How to apply

To apply, please submit your CV, together with a brief statement highlighting what you can bring to the role, with particular emphasis on elements that meet the knowledge and experience required of ARLC members noted in the recruitment pack below, to vacancies@qaa.ac.uk.

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 31 January 2018 at midday.

Interviews will take place in London on 14, 15 and 19 February 2018.

QAA welcomes applications from people in all sections of the community and values diversity.

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