Lecturer in Accounting (AAT)

Recruiter
Spider Recruitment Services
Location
Suffolk
Posted
12 Jan 2018
Closes
10 Feb 2018
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Lecturer in Accounting (AAT)- Spider Recruitment Services are pleased to be supporting this Ipswich based centre who specialise in further education with the search for a Lecturer in AAT. As a Lecturer in Accounting (AAT) you will be responsible for providing an exceptional standard of teaching and tutorial support to full-time, part-time and apprentices, in addition to working as a team member with colleagues in the School of Apprenticeships, Business and Commercial Services and the wider college. Other key responsibilities include: - Review and develop resources to facilitate effective and innovative learning, teaching and assessment - Teach and embed relevant literacy and numeracy aspects within vocational sessions as required - Contribute to the development of the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to enhance learning, as required, including the development of independent study skills - Participate in curriculum development and planning - To carry out periodic evaluation and monitoring of the quality of provision in line with the quality assurance calendar - To contribute to the promotion of courses within the centre through involvement in programme guidance sessions, open events and taster days - To take responsibility for administrative duties as delegated through the Programme Leader. - To plan, facilitate and supervise external activities and trips, including contributing to the planning of work experience - To act as a Personal Tutor as required, including regular parent/guardian liaison as appropriate - To undertake research and consultancy in line with College policies - To liaise within the School and cross-College on cooperative curriculum projects - To maintain and develop professional and educational links regionally, nationally and internationally Skills and attributes required: - Good standard of education including Literacy and Numeracy to Level 2 or a commitment to work towards attaining them - A degree in a relevant subject, an equivalent level qualification, or relevant industry experience - A teaching qualification or commitment to obtaining one within a specified period after commencement - The ability to teach, depending on experience and qualifications, to a wide range of learners, but specifically the 14+ age group at all levels, and a commitment to being creative and innovative - Proven expertise of a range of teaching and learning strategies - Knowledge of Office Suite software - An understanding of Further Education performance targets including attendance, retention, achievement and success - A flexible approach to working patterns - Excellent communication skills with a range of people including young people, managers and team members Desirable skills required: - TDLB D34 or Level 4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) of Assessment Processes and Practice (QCF)/V1 Award - Experience of working with young people - Experience of teaching to a wide range of learners - Experience of employer liaison You will also be self-motivated and effective in personal time management and organisational skills in line with the duties within the role. You must be passionate about delivering positive learning for students and a positive experience for employers. PLEASE NOTE - Due to the nature of this role, a driving licence or other method of transport is essential in order to travel to candidates' workplaces. Appointments will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Check by the Disclosure and Barring Service. Variable hours available up to 1.0 FTE (35 hours per week (23 hours teaching and 12 hours preparation and other duties). Weekly teaching hours may be increased up to 26 hours per week in order to meet the needs of the business, for example, to facilitate front loading or for providing cover for staff absence. Based at the Ipswich campus, this role offers a salary of £23,667 to £35,811 per annum pro rata. You will also be entitled to a generous pension scheme and 50 days per annum (including bank holidays and Christmas closure) pro rata. If you are have the skills required we would like to hear from you. Please apply by forwarding an up to date CV as soon as possible. This vacancy is being advertised by Spider. We provide an online recruitment advertising and employee selection service in Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire. Additional keywords: AAT, lecturer, education By applying for this role you give permission for Spider to submit your personal information contained within your CV or any other relevant information provided in order for the prospective employer to review your application for the specific role applied for. Spider Web Recruitment will not submit or use than for searching for alternative