Graduate - Lecturer in Computing
Hours - 4 days per week plus 1 day at Nottingham Trent University to undertake a full teaching qualification.
Fixed term until July 2018 with the possibility of being reviewed following completion of teaching qualification.
Are you a Computing Graduate considering a career in teaching in the post 16 sector?
This post is a fantastic opportunity for a Computing Graduate who is interested in teaching in the post 16 sector whilst undertaking a full Teaching Qualification.
Applicants must hold a degree in Computer Science or related with a GCSE A* to C qualification in numeracy. Previous experience of teaching is not required and through funding for “SET for Teaching Success” provided by the Education and Training Foundation, we can offer you an opportunity to obtain a full Teaching Qualification (DET, Cert Ed or PGCE).
The successful applicant will have the opportunity to work closely with the Advanced Practitioner Team in the Teaching and Learning Hub. You will receive tailored support for induction, lesson preparation, Information & Learning Technology, peer observing and getting the basics right.
Other benefits include generous paid holidays, an employer pension contribution, access to a healthcare scheme, free parking and an on-site nursery.
Interview date: Wednesday 5th July 2017.
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