North Hertfordshire College
|Salary:||£25,000 to £38,000|
|Placed on:||25th November 2016|
|Closes:||31st December 2016|
NHC may have the perfect opportunity for you if:
- You’re an amazing engineering teacher who is motivated, enthusiastic and committed to the success of your students;
- You can you bring engineering to life in a way that engages students;
- You have a passion for your profession and share our determination to be outstanding.
NHC is part of the Hart Learning Group which also includes Hart L&D, a progressive learning and development business that helps business clients of all sizes to engage with emerging talent, and the Hart Schools Trust – a burgeoning multi-academy trust which sponsors a small number of schools in our local community.
You will be required to teach and assess engineering course work in levels 2 - 4.
- Basic salary £25k - £38k;
- Contributory Pensions Scheme;
- Participations in the Group’s performance related pay scheme (PRP).
Roles and responsibility
- Assess, guide and support students using a variety of methods to maximise learner potential. Work with students and teaching delivery team, to ensure that the curriculum is fully compliant with all relevant awarding bodies;
- Plan and co-ordinate the personalised learning plans and routes and destinations for each of their students;
- Enable learner achievement within specified guidelines in line with SFA audit requirements and work-based competence (QCF) codes of practice;
- A degree or equivalent engineering qualified lecturer who has experience delivering Industry standard engineering programmes and Apprenticeships ranging from level 2 to level 4;
- Experience of teaching BTEC and HNC/D diploma levels 2, 3 & 4 in electrical/electronic engineering, pneumatic and hydraulic systems and devices; communications for engineering technicians; CNC, instrumentation and control; further mathematics and further mechanical principles;
- A qualified assessor with level 3 NVQ RQF certificate in assessing vocational achievement (formerly the A1 award) who has experience of assessing on/off site activities relating to apprenticeship frameworks;
- A qualified quality assurer with level 4 NVQ RQF internal quality assurer award (formerly the V1 internal verifier’s qualification) who has experience of assuring the quality of on/off site assessment activities relating to apprenticeships and full time learners;
- An experienced lecturer with an outstanding track record and qualified to DTLLs / certificate in education level. With a level 2 literacy and numeracy or GCSE maths and English grade C or above qualification;
- An understanding of safeguarding, equality and diversity, health and safety and child protection legislation as it impacts on learning;
- A strong team player who engages in team communications to ensure that all elements of student progress are effectively monitored and co-ordinated by the team;
- Organised flexible individual who prioritises tasks and manages their time efficiently.
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