Electrical Installation Lecturer

Recruiter
West Suffolk College
Location
Suffolk
Posted
11 Apr 2018
Closes
18 Apr 2018
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Lecturer in Electrical Installation Bury St Edmunds - £24,348- £34,140 depending on qualifications and experience

An exciting opportunity has become available to join West Suffolk College Construction team as a lecturer in Electrical Installation.

This opportunity not only boasts a very competitive salary range but also an attractive benefits packages which is inclusive of a lucrative pension scheme, childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme, free training and also numerous money saving options with local organisations.

Role responsibilities

* Teach and assess on a range of programmes as required by the Section Leader, delivering on the Electrical Installation elements.
* Participate in the development of existing and new course programmes and to assume responsibility for areas of work as appropriate.
* Participate in course team meetings, curriculum planning and materials development as appropriate
* Attend Parent, Career, other evenings and open events as appropriate.
* Participate in the development and delivery of short course programmes.

Required qualifications, skills and experience

* Degree or Level 3 vocational qualification in Electrical Installation
* Current Wiring Regulations Qualification
* An Inspection and Testing Qualification would be advantageous (eg 2391)
* Possession of a Certificate in Education, PGCE or other higher teaching qualification would be advantageous.
* Assessors award would be advantageous
* Significant industry/workplace experience

For more information please contact

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Closing date: 18th April

Interview date: 25th April

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