Course Manager/Lecturer – Livestock (Agriculture)
Full Time – 37 hours per week, Full Year, Fixed Term Contract until 31.7.21
Salary: £23,814 to £29,230.41 per annum, (SP22-29), dependent on experience
Askham Bryan College is a specialist land-based college with campuses across the North of England.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Course Manager/Lecturer to join our Agriculture department on a full time basis here at our York campus. This is a full time, full year, fixed term post until 31st July 2021 (with a possible opportunity to extend).
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to work closely with the Head of Department and other team members to drive forward quality and ensure high standards within all elements of the FE study programme
Applicants should be educated to degree level and/or equivalent in a relevant subject area along with a teaching qualification or willingness to work towards one. It is our vision for this new member of the team to enhance our current delivery and contribute towards developing a curriculum that meets employer and sector needs.
Above all, the successful candidate will be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines whilst having a people and learner centred and enthusiastic approach.
In return, you will receive a generous holiday allowance, supported professional registration, ample free parking, canteen facilities, a range of employee benefits as well as the opportunity to work within spectacular grounds. For more information, please refer to the job description and person specification.
For more information, please refer to the Job Description and personal specification.
Closing Date: 9.00am Friday 27th November 2020
Interviews: w/c Monday 30th November 2020
Req No: 606
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