The Board of Directors of Coleg Sir Gar and Coleg Ceredigion are committed to appointing the very best staff who achieve excellence in their work. Working to the values and behaviours that underpin the strategic plan and business of the institution, the College seeks staff that display creativity and innovation, whilst driving their own performance, and the performance of others, to provide the very best experience and service to learners.
The Faculty of Computing & Engineering Technologies delivers a diverse range of programmes on the Graig and Pibwrlwyd campus. A significant number of learners undertake Faculty programmes purely within the workplace. College based provision ranges from school linked 14-19 initiatives up to and including Honours Degree programmes.
The Computing lecturer will potentially be involved with courses from level 1 to degree, delivering a range of topics, both hardware and software related e.g. computer systems, technical fault diagnosis, networking and security, database and spreadsheet modelling, along with a particular focus on enhanced and apprenticeship programmes. A core part of the Computing curriculum is the Welsh Baccalaureate and essential skills, which could form a part of this role.
An increasing demand for Computing at Coleg Sir Gar is apprenticeship training and commercial course development to support work based training. It is anticipated that part of this role will be to support these key developments.
Coleg Sir Gar is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.