Hourly Paid Lecturer - Criminology

Package Occupational pension scheme, contribution towards relevant CPD, free car parking.

Hourly paid work, approximately 12 hours per week.

Solihull College & University Centre is at the forefront of innovation across three excellent campuses. With strong links to top employers across a range of industries, the College ensures its courses are tailored to continuously evolving industry needs.

The College continues to invest in excellent facilities for its learners, with industry-standard science laboratories and virtual reality equipment recently introduced at Blossomfield Campus and the Centre for Advanced Aeronautical Provision featuring flight simulators and a former Royal Navy Aircraft at Woodlands Campus. School leavers, apprentices, university level and adult learners can thrive in facilities unmatched in the region.

The College aims to make significant contributions to the West Midlands economy and beyond by providing high quality vocational education and training for students, employers and the wider community. Serving over 8,000 students and over 700 members of staff, the College is proud of its strong reputation within the education sector.

Staff possess the expertise and drive to ensure students leave the College with the skills necessary to make their mark in their chosen industry or progress to the next level in their education.

The Applied Science curriculum area is a dynamic and growing area, having recently received a total remodelling of the classrooms and laboratory areas. It provides a range of outstanding courses from Level 2 to Level 6. The key focus in the curriculum area is to provide learners with the vocational skills required to complement their academic development, increasing their employability and potential for success in future study.

An exciting opportunity exists for a motivated person to join our highly dedicated team of teachers as an Hourly Paid Lecturer - Criminology. You will be qualified to degree level and will ideally hold a post-graduate qualification in a related discipline or higher. The successful candidate does not need previous experience of teaching and the College can offer the right candidate an opportunity to obtain a full Teaching Qualification alongside their teaching commitments.

The right candidate will show a willingness to develop the skills required to be an outstanding teacher and have the ability to inspire students within this subject area.