Lecturer/Assessor in Built Environment

Recruiter
Eastleigh College
Location
Eastleigh
Salary
From £21,984 to £34,229 per annum (dependent on qualifications)
Posted
07 Oct 2017
Closes
07 Nov 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
LECTURER/ASSESSOR IN BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Hours: 37 per week, 52 weeks per year

Salary: Up to £23,311 per annum (unqualified teacher status) Up to £34,229 per annum (qualified teacher status)

Due to a rapid growth in provision, Eastleigh College is looking for a lecturer to join the Technology division and teach within the Built Environment learning area.

The Built Environment department have moved into a new purpose built Technology block with dedicated CADD suites and the most up to date facilities.

This role requires you to have excellent communication and organisational skills, coupled with excellent Built Environment industry experience to develop the potential of students within the area. If you are a graduate with relevant industry experience, we would also welcome your application. Your experience in industry could come from, Site Management, Quantity Surveying or Civil Engineering pathway.

You will teach students in the 16-19 age group who are undertaking full-time vocational courses and Apprenticeships at level 3, as well as part-time 19+ students who are looking to develop their skills.

The subjects we teach range from: Project Management / Sustainable Construction / Science and Materials / Building Technology / Construction Technology / Building Surveying / Measurement, Estimate.

Ideally you will hold a teaching qualification (Cert Ed, PGCE or equivalent), and/or and Assessors Award for level 3 apprentices, or be willing to work towards either of these qualifications. If you do not have either of these qualifications, full training can be offered.

As an Ofsted 'Outstanding' training provider, Eastleigh College is recognised widely for its high standards of teaching and student support. Courses are taught by highly qualified staff with relevant work experience in the subject they teach. The College also benefits from state-of-the-art modern facilities, which are currently undergoing a £12million transformation. As an Employer we have a host of people with individual skills and knowledge who play an integral part in making our successes happen.


This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/job/76766931