Health & Social Care Lecturer

St. Patrick's College London

Role Type: Freelance

Are you able to communicate complex information to a range of diverse students both orally and in writing to help students understand the material?

Would you like a role where you’re challenging ideas to encourage students to develop skills in critical and rational thinking?

Are you highly motivated, customer-focused and excellence driven?

The School of Health and Social care is a growing and dynamic School within the highly regarded St Patrick’s College. We offer a stimulating working environment with a friendly team and pleasant working surroundings in the heart of the City. The College is going through a time of expansion within the teaching of Health and Social care at HND and post graduate level. The College is seeking an enthusiastic and flexible lecturer with good interpersonal skills and academic qualifications, to teach, assess and tutor students on health and social care courses. Currently these Edexcel courses are at Levels 4-5 and also level 7 but they must have the enthusiasm and ability to teach at level 6 and beyond.

The responsibilities of the tutor include all aspects of planning, delivering and assessing student work on HND courses, ensuring that departmental objectives and learning outcomes are met, and content is relevant and reflects current practice. They will update and improve course documentation and guidance materials as appropriate by using a variety of learning and teaching methods/materials (e.g. web-based and blended learning) in order to enhance the student experience and support student progression. By attending Faculty, Department and Programme meetings/boards, as and when required, they would contribute to the decision-making process and to develop productive working relationships within and across teams.

To apply, please send an up to date copy of your CV and Covering Letter stating out clearly how you meet the essential requirements to or contact a member of the team to discuss further.

Please note: Candidates must have the right to work in the UK. Only applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted.

We are an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, or religion or belief.

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