College is looking for an exceptional Forensic Science with Chemistry specialism lecturer to join its friendly
team at the Centre for Applied Sciences in the Angel.
& Islington College is part of the Capital City College Group.
& Islington College is a successful further education college based in the
London Borough of Islington, delivering a wide range of academic and vocational
courses. The college has five centres and enrols over 11,000 students,
including 4,500 16-18 year olds.
The Centre for Applied
Angel delivers a unique range of advanced and higher science courses and
apprenticeships in Lab Science and Vet Nursing to 1100 students a year.
We celebrate the diversity of our students and staff
and work hard to ensure an environment where everyone is treated with dignity
and respect. As London’s leading college our commitment to equality and
diversity will help ensure we are the first choice for students, staff,
employers and partners.
The role will be based in the Science Department in
the Centre for Applied Sciences on our Angel campus. This is a permanent post.
We are looking to appoint a 1.0 permanent Lecturer in
Chemistry to teach on level 3 BTEC courses and act as a course tutor as
required by the Curriculum Leader for Science
The main duties will include teaching and Level 3 Forensic
Science and Applied Science as well as Access to HE Units
You will hold an Honours Degree in Science subject
with demonstrable experience of teaching science qualifications. You will also
hold, or be willing to obtain a recognised teaching qualification. You will be
used to maintaining professional and quality standards, and keeping high
Closing date: 18th December 2019
Interview date: 20th December 2019
Strictly no agencies
City and Islington College 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.