Sessional Lecturer / Assessor in Construction Electrical
Our client is a thriving Further Education college, with over 800 staff providing high quality training and education to some 8,500 students and 2,000 employers. Their campuses in Langley and Windsor serve the diverse communities of Berkshire and West London.
An ambitious and inspiring lecturer, your role will be to deliver and assess modules on Construction (Electrical) courses. An excellent communicator, you will deliver high quality teaching and learning to students, preparing stimulating teaching materials for the courses in order to engage learners. Maintaining student morale and discipline, you will regularly assess student progress and prepare appropriate progress reports.
A Level 2 qualification in Maths and English is essential, along with a recognised qualification in the subject area (please state this on your application). An endorsed teaching qualification and TDLB/A1 award are also desirable, or to show the willingness to work towards achieving this within 5 years. With proven knowledge and experience within the Construction industry, you will share their commitment to ensuring that every student enjoys the support they need to achieve their full potential.
As well as a genuinely satisfying and rewarding job, you can look forward to excellent benefits and ongoing training and professional development opportunities.
You can look forward to an outstanding benefits package including:
Interview Date: 30/09/2016
Closing date: Noon, 04/11/2016
NO AGENCIES PLEASE
The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all its staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.
They are committed to Equal Opportunities and actively encourage applications from all sectors of the community. Our client is a charity which exists to provide education to the community.
All salaries quoted are based on Full Time equivalent hours. For part time and term time positions, the actual salary paid will be pro-rata based on the actual contractual hours and working weeks per year.