Mechanical Engineering Lecturer

Broadbean Technology
Bury St Edmunds
£24348 - £32460 pa + Company benefits
31 Oct 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
College Lecturers in Mechanical Engineering (No teaching qualification required), West Suffolk College, £24,348 to £32,460, Full-time, permanent roles

Plus 60 days holiday

An exciting role has arisen within the Engineering department of West Suffolk College in Suffolk. This is an excellent opportunity to join an expanding team who are offering the potential to train and develop.

Along with the competitive salary on offer you will be also offered a very extensive benefits package inclusive of a very lucrative pension scheme, childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme and a large amount of money saving options available in a number of local organisations.

We are looking for outstanding teachers (training will be given) to engage and inspire our students to ensure they achieve the very best they can.

Due to growth, the college is currently expanding with new buildings and facilities and are working with numerous engineering companies in the local area. We are therefore looking for an inspiring, dedicated and dynamic Mechanical Engineering Lecturer with hands-on experience of working as an on the tools Engineer, therefore, having the ability to teach students on a range of engineering courses including degrees.

You must have a passion for teaching and ideally have either a teaching qualification or experience of teaching students, however, this is not essential. A degree in Engineering (or equivalent qualification) would be essential.

For the successful candidate we can provide teacher training for you at our fantastic campus if needed.

You will receive a very competitive salary, an outstanding teachers pension as well as 60 days off every year.

To apply please send a CV and covering letter .

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