ICT Lecturer

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Kent
Salary
19.00 - 21.00 GBP Hourly + Plus Statutory Holiday Pay
Posted
24 Nov 2016
Closes
09 Dec 2016
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Reference: 143153
Job Title: ICT Lecturer
Location: Kent
Salary: GBP18.00 - GBP20.00 per hour, dependent on qualifications and experience

Protocol is working on behalf of a leading Further Education College in the East Kent area, who require an ICT Lecturer to start as soon as possible. The college are looking for a candidate who is able to deliver Database design and development using Oracle, SQL, etc. Website development using HTML5, CSS, ASP, javascript, SQL, etc. and Programming in Java

Suitable candidates will meet the following criteria:
*Hold a relevant teaching qualification (Cert Ed, PGCE, DTLLS, CTLLS).
*Hold a minimum level 5 ICT qualification.
*Have experience of delivering HND/HE ICT within FE
*Have good organisational and planning skills.
*Plenty of enthusiasm and the ability to motivate students.
*Willingness to provide outstanding support for learners
*Extensive knowledge of your subject area.
*Be flexible and self-motivated with a dedication to student achievement and quality.
Benefits to you:
*The support of a highly experienced and dedicated Recruitment Consultant.
*Competitive rates of pay.
*What you see is what you get - no admin charges or hidden surprises.
*Secure online profile where you can access timesheets, payslips and assignment details.
*Wide range of permanent and temporary job opportunities in over 250 Colleges and FE Providers across the UK.

If you have the skills and experience, we require for this role and you are looking for a new challenge please email your CV.
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