33847 Lecturer - electronics & software

Engineering & Production Management Con.
£25.21 p hour + Limited Company
04 Oct 2017
05 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Position Description: Electrical Engineering requires an experienced lecturer to develop and deliver a range of courses aimed at upskilling the engineering staff. Responsible for development of course material relating to all aspects of the life-cycle of automotive electronics and to successfully deliver that material to groups of automotive engineers in either single lessons or multi-day courses. You may be required to adjust course content to target differing business areas and knowledge levels. The role includes teaching of theory of electronics, software skills, systems, networks, processes, hands-on skills (e.g. use of vehicle diagnostic tools) and application of JLR standards. The role is offered on a full time basis and will be based predominantly at Gaydon. Some travel to facilities/sites (to deliver seminars) may be occasionally required. KEY SKILLS REQUIRED Must have teaching skills and be able to create and deliver engaging teaching material. Must have a broad range of technical skill and experience in electronics and software (preferably automotive). Must have experience in teaching and applying electronics methods, tools and processes, preferably in the automotive industry. Experience Required: Must have at least 2 years' experience of successfully delivering relevant training in a group/class environment. Must have a proven history of developing and producing engaging course material in electronics and software. A degree or PhD in a software or electronics related subject. Experience Preferred: Hands on experience of electronics and software projects. Additional Information : Candidates who are invited for interview, will need to bring a presentation and be prepared to present to an audience. Candidates may be required to complete a pre-interview questionnaire before an interview can be arranged.
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