Public Services Lecturer
Salary: £27,786 - £37,833 pa / pro rata
Start Date: ASAP
We are looking for someone who is able to teach on the range of Further and Higher Education Public Services courses. This contract is a 0.8 contract size.
We would expect you to be willing to teach on a range of theoretical and practical units across both the First Diploma, National Diploma and HNC/D Programmes, units may include Law and the Legal System, Psychology of Behaviour and Understanding Leading and Change
You should have experience of teaching or training on Public Service programmes and/or had previous employment in the Uniformed Public Services.
It is essential that you have a relevant teaching qualification along with a degree in a relevant subject and significant experience in a related area. English, Maths and ICT are also required at a Level 2.
New College are a very successful and expanding Further Education College that puts the interests of our students at the heart of everything we do. We are one of the UK's best performing colleges and it is our excellent staff that have enabled us to achieve and maintain this. We are truly an employer of choice, and this remains one of our top priorities.
We offer everyone who works at the College excellent conditions of employment, including generous holidays and competitive salaries with an attractive pension scheme.
Please note an enhanced DBS will be required for this role. The successful candidate is required to meet the payment of this DBS Check which is currently £40.
On appointment, you will be placed at the salary point aligned to a number of factors which include, but are not limited to, qualifications, previous relevant experience, current salary and market forces.
Please note that this vacancy may close before the published closing date if sufficient applications are received. If you are interested in this vacancy, please apply as soon as possible.
Closing Date: 15th November 2019
Interview Date: Upon Application
New College Swindon 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.