Lecturer in Social Science (Pre-approved Register)

6 days left

Location
Opportunities available covering our Ayr, Kilmarnock and Kilwinning Campuses
Salary
From £34,170 - £42,357 per annum, pro rata
Posted
14 Jan 2022
Closes
30 Jan 2022
Ref
REQ00559
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Part Time

Lecturer in Social Science
Pre-approved Register until 30 June 2022
Opportunities available covering our Ayr, Kilmarnock and Kilwinning Campuses

From £34,170 - £42,357 per annum, pro rata
Reference: REQ00559

Variable hours as and when required

You will contribute to ensuring a positive learning environment which encourages active participation and enables all learners to achieve their full potential, through the effective learning and teaching of students by assisting in the development, delivery and assessment of relevant resources.

This will involve supporting the Curriculum Manager in the delivery of the department curriculum to the quality and standards required, through an integrated learning experience that supports the student journey and high quality learning and teaching experiences including blended learning.

You will be qualified to degree level in a relevant social sciences subject area (sociology, psychology, criminology, politics, history) with teaching and relevant experience within the broad field of social science. It is desirable that you will hold, or be working towards, a professional teaching qualification and have experience of remote and/or blended delivery.

A comprehensive working knowledge and experience of Microsoft Office, and a strong focus on the digital learning landscape, along with excellent motivational, communication and organisational skills are required for this position.

What is the Pre-approved Register?

The Pre-approved Register is an excellent opportunity to bring your valuable industry experience to the education sector. We are looking for experienced professionals who have availability to provide class cover on an as-and-when required basis. In return, you will develop your knowledge and skills of learning and teaching whilst being rewarded with inspiring the industry professionals of tomorrow.

For more information on the candidate we are looking for, please refer to the Person Specification.

Informal enquiries to Colin Ross, Head of Learning & Skills at colin.ross@ayrshire.ac.uk

Application Procedure

To apply for the post, please visit https://careers.ayrshire.ac.uk/ and apply online. If you require any assistance, please contact the HR team on ayrshirecollegecareers@ayrshire.ac.uk.  

Interviews will be held via Microsoft Teams

Thank you for your interest in pursuing a career with Ayrshire College.