Job Vacancies Details
Electronic Engineering Lecturer / Programme Area Manager
Hours: Full Time
Salary: up to £36,683 per annum – dependent on qualifications and experience
Closing Date: 10th June 2018
The Technology Faculty is entering an exciting time of expansion with a brand new, state of the art ‘Advanced Technology’ building. We are looking to recruit a new Programme Area Manager in our Electronic Engineering department.
You will be working in a state of the art facility replicating flow processing and cluster working methods providing learners with a real-life working environment giving them the experience of taking a product through a full cycle: research and design, manufacture, testing and supply.
As an accomplished lecturer, you will have experience of successfully managing the delivery of provision for learners. In addition, you will have experience of developing opportunities for curriculum expansion. You in this role will act as a supervisor to a team of staff arranging absence cover, and leading on performance management reviews.
This post requires someone who can teach mathematics up to Level 4 HNC/HND requirements and have knowledge/experience of electrical/electronic engineering. This role will require excellent communication and organisational skills, coupled with excellent engineering industry experience to develop the potential of students within the area. We would welcome applications from graduates with the relevant industry experience.
You will teach students in the 16-19 age group who are undertaking full-time vocational courses and apprenticeships as well as part-time 19+ students who are looking to develop their skills.
We are looking for a lecturer with a teaching qualification (Cert Ed, PGCE or equivalent), however full training can be offered to achieve qualified teacher status for the right individual wishing to enter the teaching profession.
We are a highly successful “Outstanding” Ofsted graded, Further Education College employing approximately 500 staff. We offer a wide variety of technical and professional courses, which gives our learners the specific skills that employers are seeking. This includes a wide variety of full-time courses, part-time professional courses and Apprenticeships.
Further details: Job Description & Person Specification
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We require enthusiastic and talented individuals to teach the following subjects within our Adult and Community Learning programme. You need to demonstrate excellent subject knowledge, relevant experience and a willingness to acquire a teaching qualification if required. All courses are subject to student enrolments.