Plumbing Lecturer

Recruiter
Hawksfold Media Ltd
Location
Swindon
Salary
£22610 - £32668 pa
Posted
05 Oct 2017
Closes
07 Nov 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Lecturer in Plumbing £22,610 - £32,668 per annum 37 Hours per week As a Lecturer you will deliver high quality teaching and learning by providing students with a planned learning experience, managing the learning process and guiding and supporting learners. You will teach both full and part time students who are studying towards their Plumbing qualifications. To be successful in this role you must be able to demonstrate the ability to motivate learners to success. Experience of teaching, training peers or transferring skills to others are essential to this role as is a teaching qualification at Level 5. If you do not hold this teaching qualification then you must have the commitment to working towards it. The ideal candidate will have sound knowledge and experience of both plumbing and gas systems and processes. You will hold a Level 3 qualification in plumbing or equivalent and the appropriate ACS Gas Certificate. It would be desirable to have A1/V1 Assessor and Verification Awards In return for this exciting post Swindon College offers: - A competitive salary - Generous holiday allocation (39+8 days bank holiday) - Final salary teacher's pension scheme - Excellent staff development opportunities We ask for Level 2 (or equivalent) qualifications in Maths and English to be held as a necessity or agreement to gain within 24 months To find out more about us, the roles and benefits we offer, please press APPLY, full details will then be sent to you. Closing date: 10th October 2017 An application form must be completed if you wish to be considered for this post. CVs alone will NOT be accepted. Please note this vacancy may close sooner if sufficient applications have been received so please apply as soon as possible if interested. We reserve the right to change the interview date if circumstances require it. 'Swindon College is committed to the advancement of Equality of Opportunity (ensuring everyone is treated fairly), the elimination of discrimination and the safeguarding and welfare of children and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We welcome applications from all sections of the community'
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