Lecturer in Motor Vehicle. Engineering. Full time. Permanent.
An opportunity has arisen at Leicester College through growth to appoint an experienced and highly motivated Lecturer in the Motor Vehicle section of Engineering.
The successful applicant will join a high performing team and teach across a range of full time, part time, and full-cost commercial activity dependant on experience and qualifications to learners typically studying at Level 2 and level 3.
Applicants are invited from a Light Vehicle background; ideally able to deliver subjects such as Light Vehicle Health & Safety and Housekeeping, Support for Job Roles, Materials, Fabrication, Tools, Measuring Devices, Engine Mechanical, Lubrication and Cooling Systems, Fuel, Ignition, Air and Exhaust Systems, Chassis Systems, Transmission and Driveline Systems, Electrical Systems and Routine Maintenance.
The ideal candidate will also have an excellent working knowledge of Light Vehicle Systems Repair, Maintenance, Diagnosis and Rectification.
The key responsibilities of the role include delivering theoretical and practical knowledge and managing and conducting assessments in line with awarding organisation guidelines.
Applicants should ideally hold a relevant Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Level 3 qualification. Consideration will be given to applicants who hold a relevant Motor Vehicle Level 2 qualification who can demonstrate appropriate industrial experience and a desire to develop.
Candidates will ideally hold or be willing to work towards a full teaching qualification. However, training and support is available for exceptional candidates yet to achieve qualified teacher status.
Previous experience of working in a training environment or of working with young people is desirable but not essential as support is available for someone who can demonstrate commitment to developing others. An ability to demonstrate appropriate IT skills will be required including working remotely to provide distance learning and support to cohorts of students as required.
Candidates will have a track record of delivering high quality teaching and learning within the FE sector, along with experience of developing course provision and knowledge of IV processes are essential together with the ability to appraise courses using a range of quality and performance indicators.
If this position is of interest and you share our passion to develop individuals and provide the highest quality learning experiences, we would welcome your application.
The employment package we offer includes 56 days annual leave (including bank holidays and concessionary days) and membership to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (TPS).
For further information about this vacancy or for an informal conversation, please contact Ibrar Raja (Programme Area Manager).
Closing date: 23 May 21