Lecturer in Study Skills

£22,827 - £38,629 per annum
04 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Our client is one of the UK?s largest colleges employing more than 1450 staff in over five campuses, all conveniently located in North East Wales, offering easy accessibility from within North Wales, Shropshire, Wirral, Merseyside and Cheshire.

They are looking for a self-confident, creative and imaginative individual to join them as Lecturer in Study Skills at their Deeside campus. This is a permanent, full time position.

Displaying energy and enthusiasm in the learning environment, you will perform scheduled teaching, prepare learning materials, mark students? work, liaise with awarding bodies and exam invigilation as required. Providing educational guidance, support and counselling for all students, you will liaise with tutors from other business areas with regard to resources, curriculum development, student reports and other related matters, and complete and produce documentation such as registers, schemes of work, records of work, course review, course analysis documentation and student reports.

As Lecturer in Study Skills, you will also carry out screenings for specific learning difficulties and carry out assessments for exam access arrangements. You will deliver ALN awareness training for mainstream tutors and support assistants and provide feedback and advice about ALN support in the classroom.

They are looking for an individual who is qualified to at least Level 7 in assessment for exam access arrangement and who holds a teaching qualification such as Cert Ed, PGCE or City & Guilds 7407. Able to prepare effective written and visual teaching materials, you will be able to identify, interpret and apply specific knowledge to practice and be a dedicated team player who can establish effective working relationships. With proven experience in delivering specialist tutorials, you will recognise and make students aware of their strengths and development needs, and have knowledge of the Equality Act 2010 and Welsh and English SEN/ALN legislation.

With an awareness of the importance of quality standards within teaching, you will have knowledge of a broad range of learning needs and how to support these needs within a learning environment and demonstrate and understanding of current developments within your own specialist area. You should be open and responsive to the needs of others and be able to adapt quickly to changing circumstances and new ideas.

Those who hold a current SASC practising certificate will be of distinct advantage, as will those who have the ability to conduct full DCA assessments.

The ability to speak fluent Welsh is highly desirable.

A DBS Disclosure will be requested from the successful applicant being offered the position and you will also be required to register with the Education Workforce Council.

Closing Date: 17/11/2017

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