The National College for High Speed Rail is a brand new incorporated FE College that has been established to train the next generation of the rail workforce. Covering the breadth of the rail industry from design to people experience, construction, maintenance and operations, the College is training learners from the age of 18 in Higher Apprenticeships, full time higher education courses and part time or short courses. Learners who have attended the National College will gain skills that enable UK employers to support the development and running of HS2 and future high speed rail projects at home and around the world.
The College’s vision is to Pioneer Technical Excellence, setting new standards for collaboration and diversity in what will be a major growth industry for the UK in future years. We opened to learners in September 2017, with two main hub sites in Birmingham and Doncaster and a network of ‘spokes’ via partner arrangements across the UK.
We are now seeking a Project Management Lecturer at Birmingham/Doncaster Campus. The successful post holder will develop and deliver education and training for learners specialising in or studying modules and apprenticeships in Project Management. This will include the project life cycle, project governance, project stakeholder management, scope management, schedule management, resource management, contract management and procurement, and project controls.
The National College for High Speed Rail 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.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.