COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
Lecturer in Computing (Programming)
FTE 0.5 (18.5 hours per week, 52 weeks per year – Tues/Weds/Thurs)
Working days can be flexible
£12,147 To £17,133 per annum
(Pro rata £24,294 To £34,267 per annum)
We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Lecturer in Computing to teach our Computing/Computer Science course. The role would be ideal for someone seeking to have a positive effect on the lives and learning experience of our computing students. The main responsibility of this role is to co-ordinate, deliver and support teaching across a broad spectrum of programmes of study from Level 1 to Level 5.
• Ideally hold a teaching qualification DTLLS or equivalent and be able to demonstrate teaching/training experience
• Have relevant vocational industry experience
• Highly developed interpersonal skills
• Be a team player committed to excellence
Applications from individuals with no background in teaching or FE considered. You would be joining a supportive team which has a strong focus on improving standards and achieving success.
Pension scheme: Teacher’s pension scheme (TPS)
Interviews will be arranged as and when a suitable application is received.
BCoT is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.
Basingstoke College of Technology, located in North Hampshire, is a leading and well respected further education provider. The college prides itself on its excellent links with business and the success of its learners in securing positive destinations.
Basingstoke is an expanding town with a thriving economy and excellent transport links. The college was rated ‘good with outstanding features’ in May 2016 by Ofsted and is committed to becoming an ‘outstanding’ provider. Our financial health has consistently been rated ‘outstanding’ over the last 10 years by the Skills Funding Agency.
BCoT is a significant provider of apprenticeships, the achievement rates of our apprentices are significantly above the sector average and we have set ambitious growth targets up to 2020.