Course Leader in Early Years – Band 1
Annual Salary Up To £29,510
Generous holiday entitlement
Defined benefit pension with around
23% employer contribution
JOB REF: 18-179
Colchester Institute is looking for an experienced Course Leader in Early Years to undertake teaching and other duties associated with the role of a Band 1 Lecturer.
You will have a good standard of general education, to include GCSE 9-4 or equivalent in English and Maths. You will have a relevant Degree or vocational qualifications at Level 4 or above.
Closing Date: 30th September 2019
Job Title: Course Leader in Early Years – Band 1
Salary: Band 1: £24,047 - £29,510 per annum
Responsible to: Area Head of Early Years
Hours: 37 hours per week
Regulated activity: Yes
To undertake teaching and other duties associated with the role of a Band 1 Lecturer.
A specific teaching programme and areas of responsibility will be identified depending upon qualifications and experience. A Band 1 Lecturer, in addition to a comprehensive teaching role will have some course tutor responsibilities for a group of learners on a Early Years course and Supporting Teaching and Learning in School. In each case it will require liaising with a number of lecturers and other staff who support the delivery of the courses. Some assessing in the workplace may be required.
1. Comprehensive teaching responsibilities: designing schemes of work, assessing, preparation, delivery, marking, student interviewing/guidance, individual student tutoring and marketing/promoting courses/attending open events.
2. Some course tutor responsibilities including related pastoral, administrative duties.
3. Participating in the annual evaluation procedures and processes and communicating outcomes to senior colleagues as required.
4. Undertaking such other duties as may be required by or on behalf of the Colchester Institute provided that they are consistent with the nature of the post.
5. Work to promote and apply the College’s Equality and Diversity Policy and Practices.
6. Work to promote and apply the College’s Safeguarding and Child Protection policy and practices.
7. To apply Colchester Institute’s Health & Safety Policy
8. Undertaking such other duties as may be required by or on behalf of the Colchester Institute provided that they are consistent with the nature of the post.
9. Adhere to and promote the College’s Safeguarding, Equality and Diversity and Health & Safety policies and practices.
Colchester Institute is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All roles are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. Please contact Human Resources for further information if required.
This job description is current as the date shown. It may be amended in any way following consultation with the post holder to take account of changes or anticipated changes in the organisation or management of Colchester Institute.
Colchester Institute is committed to the rights of learners within all its learning locations; it is committed to promoting their welfare, protecting their physical and psychological well-being and safeguarding them from all forms of abuse. The College’s Safeguarding and Child Protection policy aims to ensure that all learners attending the College do so in a safe and secure environment. Colchester Institute expects all staff to share this commitment. For more information on the College’s Safeguarding and Child Protection policy, please, contact the Student Services department at the College.