Lecturer - Hi-Tech Engineering

Paignton, Devon
£10,009 - £13,424 (pro-rata of: £24,689 - £33,113) [FTE: 0.4054]
09 Feb 2018
25 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Part Time

Salary: £10,009 - £13,424 (pro-rata of: £24,689 - £33,113) [FTE: 0.4054]

Contract Type: Permanent, Fractional, 15 hours per week, 52 weeks per year

Location: Paignton, Devon

South Devon College is a Further and Higher Education college with top success rates, located in Torbay, which is part of the beautiful English Riviera on the South Devon coast. Our state of the art campus offers local access to world class facilities. We are an ambitious College, ambitious for our learners, our staff and the community we serve. We measure our performance by the success of our learners.

Our fresh vibrant culture provides 12,000 learners each year with a wide provision ranging from Foundation to University Learning, contributing an overall £30 million College expenditure to the local economy.

We are currently recruiting for a Hi-Tech Engineering Lecturer to join our Hi-Tech Engineering & Computing team, here at South Devon College. As a professional lecturer, you will be required to undertake formal scheduled teaching duties to include lesson & programme preparation, tutorials and student assessment.

The successful candidate will need to hold an appropriate Degree in a Mechanical, Manufacturing or Design Engineering discipline.  You will need to hold English & Maths GCSE (or equivalent) at level C or above (or equivalent) and, if not already held, you will need to attain a teaching qualification within the College’s specified timescale. We are looking for someone who has relevant industrial experience in an engineering environment and relevant subject knowledge of engineering practices up to and including level 3.

Benefits as follows: http://southdevon.ac.uk/jobs

Closing Date: Midnight, Sunday 25th February 2018

Interview Date: To Be Confirmed

To apply and for a full job description please visit the Jobs page of the South Devon College website.

This College is committed to Safeguarding/Prevent and promoting the welfare of learners, including children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.