Commercial Engineering Department
Sessional Engineering Lecturer – Electrical Power Engineering
Fixed-term contract | Block teaching apprentices at a large UK employer’s site in Kent
8 x 3-day blocks of teaching spread across a 24-week period (extension for further courses likely)
£41.99 per hour (£34.59 + £7.40 holiday pay)
£44.09 per hour (£36.32 + £7.77 holiday pay)
We are looking for a committed, professional educator who can deliver the City & Guilds Electrical Power Engineering Level 2 qualification (2304-17) to commercial apprentices on the employer’s site in Kent. The successful candidate will teach & assess in 8 x 3-day blocks between October 2022 and May 2023. Further cohorts will follow, starting in May & September 2023.
Teaching will include the following core units;
- Understanding legislation in the power industry
- Mathematics, mechanical and electrical theory in power engineering
- Power engineering electrical networks, plant and apparatus
- Power engineering: cables, sub stations and overhead lines
We are looking for someone who can teach using a range of appropriate strategies to deliver a high-quality experience for the students. Duties will also include preparation, invigilation & marking of set examinations, monitoring of learning progress and coaching/support to ensure high levels of learner achievement.
The college is particularly interested in hearing from lecturers who are available for additional duties assessing (assessing qualification necessary), or further teaching and assessment opportunities in the South-East. The successful candidate will form an important part of the college’s drive to expand its apprenticeship and commercial partnerships within industry.
The successful candidate will play an active role in the continued improvement of the engineering department’s progress and achievement measures.
We will start to review applications 7 days after the vacancy is advertised. Interviews will be arranged as and when after this date, so please do not delay in applying.
- Pension Scheme: Teachers’ Pension (TPS)
- DBS check is payable by candidate.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the College is therefore permitted to ask job applicants to declare all convictions and cautions (including those which are "spent" unless they are "protected" under the DBS filtering rules) in order to assess their suitability to work with children.
Basingstoke College of Technology, located in North Hampshire, is a leading and well-respected further education provider. The college prides itself on its excellent links with business and the success of its learners in securing positive destinations.
BCoT is a significant provider of apprenticeships and we have set ambitious growth targets.
BCoT is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.