Lecturer - Maths GCSE and Functional Skills

RNN Group

There are few better feelings than having inspired someone else to achieve their potential. That is what our teaching staff do in their roles everyday.  We equip our students with skills for their future through the delivery of outstanding education and training.  It is the job satisfaction that comes from this that makes a teaching role special.

The key roles of a Lecturer are to deliver a minimum of 828 hours of excellent teaching each year (pro-rata for part time staff), completing the relevant preparation and marking that supports this, and to set SMART targets to enable students to reach their potential.

You will teach and assess on a range of courses and learning programmes, appropriate to your skills and qualifications. You will undertake all necessary planning, preparation and assessment to ensure excellent teaching and learning occurs. You will undertake the necessary administrative tasks associated with your role, which include learner registration, attendance, record keeping, tracking, reporting and for most 16-18 learners, liaison with parents and guardians.

You will be expected to meet normal demands of an Academic Calendar including the production of Schemes of Work, planning for lessons and meeting Quality and awarding body requirements. You’ll prepare students for higher levels of study (including HE) and vitally for the world of work, developing specific vocational work and employability skills through the curriculum, and by using external/internal links. You will work with the Pastoral and Progression Coach and course team to facilitate our Next Steps Passport and actively promote work experience opportunities in conjunction with work experience co-ordinators.

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Northern England