Lecturer in Work-based Learning

Recruiter
Net Worx Limited
Location
Trowbridge, UK
Salary
Competitive
Posted
24 Jul 2019
Closes
01 Aug 2019
Ref
1200989048
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Lecturer in Work-based Learning

Trowbridge

Part-Time, 22.2 hours p/week

£23,814 - £33,133 pro rata

Our client is the main provider of further and higher education in Wiltshire and is fast on its way to becoming outstanding having achieved a good Ofsted grade in June 2018.

They currently have an exciting opportunity to join their friendly English and Maths team as Functional Skills English and Maths Lecturer (Work Based teaching delivery) on a part-time basis. Based at their Trowbridge campus, you will be required to deliver English and/or maths sessions to apprentice students who come into college and to those who require support in the workplace. You will be required to travel to some of their employers to deliver outstanding teaching, learning and assessment, enabling apprentices to maximise their potential. You will prepare schemes of work, lesson and assessment plans, contribute to the wide enrichment of students including supporting pastoral need. You will ensure resource material and teaching reflect best practice contributing to the quality of provision as measured by retention, attendance, success rates, grades and value added.

The successful candidate will hold a teaching qualification or be willing to work towards this along with experience in teaching Level 1 and 2 Functional skills English and/or maths. With an engaging approach, you will have the ability to motivate students and support them to achieve their potential. You will need experience of contributing to the improvement in the learning experience, possess excellent organisation and administration skills and be able to maintain professionalism at all times.

Employment benefits include a total of 37 days annual leave pro-rate plus bank holidays and College closure days over the Christmas period, access to the Teachers' Pension Scheme, free on-site parking, Staff Development programme and a variety of in-house benefits such as gyms, coffee shops, restaurants and high-street discounts.

Early in 2017, the College was awarded more than £20million of government Local Growth Fund money via the Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership (SWLEP) to invest in its Salisbury and Lackham campuses. The plans include redeveloping the Salisbury campus and introducing a new Life Science curriculum there, while Lackham will see the construction of an Agricultural Technology Centre and the introduction of a higher education centre which will house incubation space for land-based businesses.

The closing date for this role is midday on 9th August 2019.

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