Part-time Hourly Paid Lecturer –Brickwork (Bank Staff)
This post is based at the Brunel House centre of Kirklees College
Do you want to begin a truly rewarding career and make a real difference by training a new generation? Then this is the career for you!
Kirklees College is one of the biggest colleges in the country and we offer a vast range of courses and study options for applicants to choose from. Based in the heart of Yorkshire we have multiple learning centres across Kirklees, serving the local population, communities and businesses.
The purpose of this rewarding role is to make a significant contribution to the effective delivery of the curriculum, in line with the College’s Quality Improvement Strategy and to ensure a high quality and relevant learning experience for all students on the courses.
The main responsibilities of the role will be to teach Bricklaying related subjects at the Colleges Brunel House Centre, and to develop programmes of study to meet the particular needs of client groups served by the College. The successful candidate will also be required to assess students in accordance with the requirements of the programme and to contribute to systems of quality. They will also be required to advise and assist in the effective organisation of the department such as syllabuses, schemes of work and records.
The qualifications deemed essential for the post are:
• A relevant up to date qualification in subject area at Level 3 or above.
• Minimum of Level 2 qualification in literacy and numeracy (e.g. GCSE English and Maths at grade A*-C or 4-9).
• A level 3 teaching qualification (Level 3 student teachers may also be considered for this role)
As a learning organisation and as part of our commitment to your continued professional development we may require you to complete an apprenticeship standard or framework that relates to this opportunity. The ability to converse at ease with members of the public and provide advice in accurate spoken English is also essential for the post.
Kirklees College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. As a College we are committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
This post is ongoing until 17th December 2018 and interviews will take place through the year as applications are received.