Associate Teacher in IT Communications
Associate Teacher in IT Communications Salary: £21.29 (unqualified) or £24.63 (qualified) per hour An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our dedicated Workforce skills Department team at City College Southampton. The Workforce Skills team is looking for an outstanding candidate to deliver IT to part time adult students from entry levels to level 2. The role would be ideal for someone with experience of teaching IT at a range of levels. The successful candidate will be passionate about their industry whilst also having the ambition of passing on their knowledge. A background in teaching and learning would be advantageous although someone coming from industry with the ambition of becoming an outstanding teacher will also be considered. Working from our St Mary’s site, as well as employers premises your role will focus primarily on delivering high quality teaching and training. You will be able to work as part of the team or individually and have good interpersonal skills. The application closing date is Thursday 20th December 2018 with Interviews being held on Friday 4th January 2018. The City College is committed to providing an environment where students, staff and all members of the College community can feel safe and secure. All shortlisted applicants are required to complete a self-declaration and disclosure form prior to interview. Satisfactory references, enhanced DBS check and medical clearance will be required for successful job candidates. The hourly rate as advertised is a range within the band and your appointment will be based upon your skills, experience and qualifications. Hours of work for this role are flexible and not guaranteed. You are free to accept or decline offers of work and the Corporation is under no obligation to offer you engagements or re-engagement. The hourly rate includes an enhancement for annual leave and lesson preparation / marking. The College is committed to providing an environment where students, staff and all members of the College community can feel safe and secure.