Higher Education Subject Specialist Lecturer Engineering Design (60%)

£32,304 pro rata per annum
10 Jul 2018
23 Jul 2018
Contract Type
Part Time

We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated individual to assume an academic advocacy role, supporting students’ academic progression and teaching subject specialist modules on appropriate HNC, HND and FdEng programmes in this highly successful Cognate Area. The role will involve working closely with the Subject Coordinators for the portfolio and with a growing team of enthusiastic Engineering & Technology staff who are committed to innovative and creative approaches towards learning and teaching.

The successful applicant will have experience of the general engineering curriculum with specialisms in projects, engineering design and CAD systems including Autocad, Solidworks and Finite Element Analysis and ideally have experience of teaching at higher education level.

The University Centre’s discrete facilities accommodate our 1,100+ higher education students and subject specialist staff across a wide range of provision.

We are very proud of our reputation for outstanding quality and our student centred ethos.

Come and Join our Learning Community!

For an informal discussion please contact Sean Casey, Cognate Area Leader, Engineering & Technology on 01724 709274.

For further details and an application form please visit http://www.northlindsey.ac.uk/

We reward our staff with a great benefits package. From generous holidays to excellent development opportunities, it's great to work at North Lindsey College.

North Lindsey College, part of the DN Colleges Group is within commutable distance from Doncaster, Hull, Grimsby, Sheffield and Lincoln.

All employees must be willing to apply for DBS clearance.

We are recognised as a disability confident employer and also positively encourage applications from all ethnic backgrounds

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