Bank Lecturer in Trowel Trades / Brickwork
Variable hours Bank Contract
Based at the St Albans Campus
Hourly Paid £25.22 – £28.38 teaching rate – Depending on skills and experience
We are currently looking for Lecturers to join us on an hourly paid basis, although at present we have no confirmed hours we are building up our pool of staff for temporary cover.
This role is a casual ‘bank’ role with no set hours, the opportunity to work more hours to support the Curriculum Team during busy months and absences.
The successful candidate will ideally hold a Level 2/3 Bricklaying/Trowel qualification and have at least 3 years relevant industry experience in the subject area. Thorough knowledge and experience of the industry is essential.
As a Lecturer you will teach on a range of courses ranging from Level 1 and 2 Brickwork/Trowel teaching students in both practical and theory lessons. Updating and developing the course material including suitable training aids, lesson plans. There may be a requirement for you to teach Functional Skills in Maths and English. Qualifications and experience in assessing and IQA are desirable. Ideally, candidates should hold a recognised teaching qualification, although training will be provided.
When submitting your application please advise of your weekly availability.
Closing Date: Sunday 17th January
Interview Date: To be confirmed
WHAT WE OFFER:
• Generous Salary
• The chance to train towards a teaching qualification / assessor qualification, paid by the College
• Automatic entry into the Teachers’ pension Scheme.
• A dedicated and friendly team of professionals who are keen to develop and learn.
• Excellent CPD opportunities to grow and development through mentorship and coaching.
• Free onsite parking.
• Subsidised onsite restaurant.
• A cycle scheme and discounted gym membership.
• Fantastic facilities to resource your ability to teach your students.
• Exciting, accelerated leadership development and early promotion opportunities for the right candidates.
We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and we particularly welcome applicants who are currently under represented in our workforce. This includes but is not limited to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates and disabled candidates.
Oaklands College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Employment is subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory safeguarding checks.