Do you have a passion for construction or your trade?
Be part of the team in developing the next generation of Bricklayers use your knowledge, skills and experience to create a brighter future for construction.
Be part of something and feel you make a difference.
- Full Time 37 hours per week
- Automatic Entry to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (TPS)
- 42 days holiday for the year
- Based at the St Albans Campus
We have an opportunity to recruit either an Advanced Practitioner or a Lecturer in Bricklaying, please note there are different salary bandings for the roles.
Advanced Practitioner – Salary banding - £31,892 - £35,899 per annum – Depending on Experience
The successful candidate will have a level 3 Bricklaying qualification and hold a level 5 teaching qualification, previous teaching/assessing experience and the delivery of functional skills maths & English is essential.
Lecturer – Salary banding £25,181 - £28,332 per annum – Depending on Experience
The successful candidate will have a level 3 Bricklaying qualification, and 3 years relevant industry experience in the subject. Teacher training will be provided as part of the Lecturer role, candidates from industry will be considered.
The position involves teaching level 1 and 2 Brickwork students in both practical and theory lessons. Updating and developing the course material including suitable training aids, lesson plans. There is a requirement for you to teach Functional Skills in Maths and English.
You should have a strong commitment to high standards of classroom practice and experience of teaching, or working with young people. You should hold at least a Level 3 qualification in Bricklaying and ideally hold a recognised teaching qualification, although full teacher training will be provided.
The college offers a structured induction programme for those new to teaching, you will be paired with an experienced mentor and start on a reduced teaching timetable, gradually increasing as your experience and skills strengthen. You will gain broad experience in a teaching environment from enrolment, SAR process to results day. You will also have the opportunity to experience a variety of departments at the college.
In addition to this, we will offer you in depth coaching and the opportunity to achieve a recognised teaching qualification, for an informal chat or if you want to visit prior to apply please contact the Recruitment Team.
Oaklands College 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.