Lecturer in Engineering
£24,060 – £36,299 per annum plus potential of up to £5k per annum market premium dependent on skills and experience
Hours: 37 hours per week
Contract Type: Permanent
From professional training and Further Education to under and post graduate studies, we’re proud to offer the full range of qualifications that students need to fulfil long and valuable careers. At the heart of our incredible work is our Engineering Centre. With purpose-built facilities, excellent grades, expanding catchment area and purposeful vision, there has never been a better time to join us.
You will be part of a curriculum team, contributing to the growth and development of programmes within the School of Business, Professional and Engineering. This includes focusing on retention, achievement and student success alongside pastoral support, curriculum design/development and ensuring a high standard of quality provision is offered.
What we are looking for
You should possess a relevant level 4 qualification or above in Engineering and have or currently be working towards a recognised teaching qualification. You should have a relevant industrial and / or professional experience in the areas of either Electrical/Electronic or Mechanical Engineering. You will also need a recognised teaching qualification or already working towards this
As an individual you will be committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.
Closing Date: 9am Friday 1 December 2023
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Reference Number: 2661
Benefits – Our diverse job opportunities all include a top benefits package that includes many features that are hard to find in the private sector.
Generous Holidays – Starting at 28 days annual leave up to the full-time equivalent of 35 days annual leave (dependent upon grade and length of service) PLUS bank holidays and College closure days.
Generous Pensions – All staff have the option to join a defined benefit pension scheme, dependent upon their role, in either the Local Government Pension Scheme or Teacher Pension scheme. In addition to employee contributions, the College contributes a further 14-17% of salary to the pension scheme for each member of staff.
Staff Development – A range of in-house and external training qualification opportunities – subject to approval. *Some qualifications may be self or partially-self funded.
Flexible Working – Opportunity for staff to apply for flexible working and benefits.
Generous work-life balance – Should you have family/caring responsibilities, we have a whole package of family-friendly policies that provide for flexible working, additional paid maternity and paternity leave, and leave for family emergencies.
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