Welding and Fabrication Lecturer
Bank hours – flexible, Based at The Welwyn Garden City
We are looking to recruit an outstanding lecturer in Engineering to join the team. The successful candidate would be required to teach on Welding courses, including Apprenticeships and units on our Level 2 and 3. Our largest provision is BTEC Diploma and HNC/D and we also run an Extended Degree programme with University of Hertfordshire. We have a large number of students and apprentices who attend on full time and day release programmes.
The ideal candidate will have excellent Welding and Fabrication skills and a qualification at a minimum of Level 3, including MIG, TIG and ARC. An assessor qualification is desirable but not essential.
You should have a strong commitment to high standards of classroom practice and experience of teaching, or working with young people. You will have a genuine regard for young people and want to work with us to ensure that all our students aspire to do well. You will demonstrate and professional standards in your area of work. The ability to work in a team is essential, sharing good practice and working collaboratively with colleagues are qualities that we will be looking for.
We welcome applications from candidates from the Engineering industry who are new to teaching. This is a growing area and the knowledge and experience of professional Engineers is essential to the development of the industry. If you have thought about giving something back, this may be the ideal opportunity for you. The College offers extensive support for new teachers by experienced specialist practitioners and there are options for full teacher training for the right candidate.
Closing Date: Friday 26th May, 2017, 5pm
Interview date: Friday 23rd June – WGC