Course Manager/Lecturer – English
Part Time, Permanent Contract 14.8 hours per week– Saltaire Campus
Salary - £26,747.83 to £29,230.41 (SP26-29) per annum, pro rata 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 in English, we are looking for a highly motivated individual, who is passionate about English to join our amazing English and Maths (ENMA) Department here at our Saltaire campus.
This is a permanent, part time role working 14.8 hours per week, 2 days per week on a full year contract.
Reporting to the Head of Saltaire, this role will assist with the delivery and course management of the English curriculum whilst inspiring and enthusing learners to develop their English skills and build a firm understanding of the link to industry.
Educated to degree level or above in a relevant subject, candidates should hold a teaching qualification. With excellent knowledge of English Language, you will need to be able to teach both GCSE and Functional Skills.
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 personal specification.
Closing Date: 9.00am on 12th March 2021
Interviews: 18th/19th March 2021
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.