£26,701 – £36,401 per annum
37 hours per week, 52 weeks per annum
Requested start date: January 2019
We currently have an exciting new opportunity for an outstanding and enthusiastic lecturer in Computing, to join our highly successful team. You should have experience of teaching on a range of Computing study programmes including the Level 2 and Level 3 NQF qualifications, L3 IT apprenticeship and the Level 4/5 Foundation Degree programmes. Experience of being a Lead IV and an understanding of the BTEC IV process is highly desirable.
The successful candidate should have experience of working in the following industry areas and/or have the ability to teach some/all of the specialisms listed below:
Networking and Cyber Security: PC hardware, PC repair and upgrade, wireless technology. Server technologies, Local and Group Policy.
Software Development: SDLC, models and languages (inc. C++, C#, Java, VB.net) along with appropriate IDEs (Visual Studio 2017 (with mobile emulator), Eclipse, NetBeans).
The ability to teach the following specialisms is considered highly desirable:
HCI and multimedia: Knowledge of modern HCI developments as a good understand of multimedia software such as Adobe Photoshop,
Database Development: with Access and SQL.
You will be expected to strive to maintain good or outstanding success rates in all areas, using innovation within your teaching and assessing, utilising e-learning opportunities where appropriate.
You should be a skilled communicator, have excellent organisational skills and preferably have experience of using Microsoft systems, SharePoint, O365 and OneNote. You should be qualified to degree level or equivalent, have a recognised teaching qualification and be able to demonstrate a wide range of both academic and practical skills.
This is a fantastic opportunity to pass on your technical and specialist skills to the next generation of computing and IT industry professionals.
Closing date: 28th November 2018 (midnight)
Interview date: TBC