Lecturer in Fabrication & Welding
JOB REF: 18-171
Apply your engineering, fabrication & welding skills and experience to inspire the next generation of engineers!
About the Role:
This is an excellent opportunity to get into teaching and we positively welcome applications from aspiring teachers. If you have a trade background and the potential to become a lecturer, then we have an excellent mentorship programme that would support you in transitioning into your teaching career.
We also welcome applications from candidates who have previous experience of teaching this subject area.
Whatever you background, the successful candidate would be joining the curriculum area at a time where it is going from strength–to-strength in preparation for expansion over the next academic year.
The successful candidate will join the engineering team and have a specific focus on delivering within our engineering classrooms and workshops demonstrating the associated knowledge of fabrication & welding. Colchester Institute will support the successful candidate with gaining a recognised teaching qualification, if they do not already hold one.
As a Department, we are looking to recruit enthusiastic and knowledgeable people with a strong engineering background. This is an exciting time to join, with the curriculum area seeing significant growth with new Apprenticeship Standards, which require new and innovative teaching techniques to inspire our students.
As the successful candidate, we can offer you:
• A market rate salary
• 48 days of holiday leave (inclusive of bank holidays and college closure days)
• Teacher training qualifications
• The Teachers’ Pension Scheme
You can motivate and inspire students to develop their engineering knowledge and skills at a level appropriate to a student aspiring to a career as a professional engineer. You will broker student engagement opportunities and take some responsibility for ensuring our curriculum is aligned with industry expectation of the academic skills.
Closing Date: 13th September 2019
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