Lecturer - SEND & Transition
(Fixed Term Contract to 30 July 2021)
Location: Weybridge with some travel to Ashford
Salary: £21,440.77 to £33,362.80 (FTE) per annum dependent on qualifications and experience
Hours: 37 hours per week
The SEND & Transition department requires a Lecturer to work as part of a team, to deliver a range of high quality courses from pre-entry to Level 1. The curriculum offer incorporates employability and independent living skills, a range of vocational options, functional English, Maths and ICT, personal, social and communication skills. There is a high emphasis on progression, employability and independence for all of our learners. A key part of this role will be providing learning opportunities for students to become skilled in communication, employability and life skills.
We are an established provider of good quality college and school courses for young people and adults with learning difficulties and emotional/behavioural difficulties. Our full time courses are designed with our learners in mind, using a range of qualifications. Our school links programme offers students the opportunity to try a range of vocational courses and aids transition into college.
You will be a qualified teacher and have experience of teaching young adults with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and emotional/behavioural difficulties. The SEND & Transition team is experienced, creative and dedicated to enabling students from a variety of backgrounds to achieve their full potential. Ideally you will have experience of working professionally in this field and be an enthusiastic team member who is flexible and used to working under pressure.
Sessional hours are also available.
The College is committed to safeguarding to ensure the safety of young people and vulnerable adults. Employment is subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Closing date: 12 June 2020
Interview date: to be confirmed
Education and training is a right for all and Brooklands College regards all of its existing and potential students, staff and customers as being of equal value. The College aims to ensure equal and safe access and equal opportunities for all, irrespective of gender or marital status, race or religion, learning ability/disability or difficulty, sexual orientation or age. In this respect, no one should receive less favourable treatment in relation to the curriculum, services, employment or any other aspect of College life.
Brooklands aims to present a positive image which is welcoming to all and to keep both the College and the community informed of its policy and ethos.