Salary: £29,899 – £39,310
37 Hours Per Week and
Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE4 7RW
Newcastle College requires two dedicated, enthusiastic and qualified people to take on the role of Lecturer in the Adult Skills for Work department.
The main responsibilities of this role include the delivery and assessment of high quality learning programmes, across a range of levels of further education, as well as undertaking a range of programme leadership, tutorial and programme administration duties.
The posts require a strong background in delivering programmes for the unemployed, specifically employability skills, along with experience delivering low level IT courses and intro to maths courses such as managing your money (multiply). The candidates must have proven track record of professional expertise working with Adult learners in the community delivering these courses. Ideally the candidate will have good experience of engaging hard to reach learners in the community.
The candidates must be qualified to honours degree level (Level 6), hold a post-16 teaching qualification and English and maths qualifications at level 2. It is desirable that the candidate has experience of effective programme leadership in FE and has a proven track record of successful teaching and assessment practice.
An ability to self-manage workload, meet deadlines alongside strong oral and written communication skills and good IT skills are also essential. The hours of work will be flexible and delivery locations will be varied including community venues across the NE area. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join a well-motivated, cohesive and successful team.
The Adult Skills for Work department is a well-respected and positive place to work, where colleagues work effectively together to ensure all stakeholders get the best value from every aspect of the curriculum.
Previous applicants need not apply.