Course Manager - Animal Care, Foundation Learning
Full time, 37 hours per week.
Salary - £23,814 per annum, dependent on experience
Askham Bryan College is a specialist land-based college based across the North of England. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated, highly experienced, learner focused and inspirational high needs animal care lecturer to join the foundation learning department at the York Campus. The post is a full time, fixed term, maternity cover commencing December 2020 until October 2021.
We are passionate about our learners with our learners at the forefront of everything we do. You will specialise in teaching animal care to our high need’s learners, delivering the practical skills and theoretical knowledge our learners need to progress. You will also be experienced in providing pastoral support, tutorial support and teaching employability skills to high needs learners. You will have a deep and grounded understanding of learners with EHCPs, more importantly your passion for learners will shine through in everything you do. If you feel that you have the skills and ability to fulfil this role we would love to hear from you.
In return, you will receive a generous holiday allowance, ample free parking, canteen facilities, and 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.
Closing Date: 9.00am Friday 30th October
Req No: 544
The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff, volunteers and partners to share this commitment.
The Governors and Staff at Askham Bryan College regard each learner as a unique individual and therefore seek to support learner development in ways, which will foster security, confidence and independence. We recognise that high self-esteem, peer support, a secure College environment and clear lines of communication with trusted adults helps all young people and adults particularly those at risk or suffering abuse. These are regarded as central to the wellbeing of the individual and are therefore seen to be an intrinsic part of all aspects of the curriculum and ethos.