Lecturer in Uniformed Public Services

Due to significant growth in the department, Heart of Yorkshire Education Group are looking for a Lecturer in Uniformed Public Services to deliver across both Level 2 and Level 3 Public Services. This is a full-time role however we are willing to consider candidates wishing to work part time, ideally on a 0.5 contract.

Experience of delivery of Level 2 & 3 BTEC courses and course leadership is important for this role.

Based at Selby College within rural North Yorkshire with well-behaved students, you will have the opportunity to deliver high quality teaching to motivated students who are willing to learn. The department has excellent facilities and the college has a campus feel.

The role:

Deliver an excellent teaching and learning experience to students via the use of well-planned and structured lessons.

Through teaching; contribute to the development of the curriculum area according to specialism including the preparation of learning materials, student assessments and technology-based resources.

Effectively deliver both synchronous and asynchronous learning, incorporating the principles of the Selby Way.

Effectively and efficiently undertake the administrative tasks required by internal systems and external bodies. This will include course leadership activities and student administration.

Assess, monitor, review and evaluate student progress, keeping accurate records of assessments and using college reporting systems as directed.

Contribute to the development of links with schools and other partnership arrangements including links with external bodies.

The person:

You will be educated to degree level or equivalent and will hold a teaching qualification.

Experience of teaching in FE/HE as a Public Service practitioner is essential. Candidates with experience as a Public Services practitioner or with work experience in the sector will have a distinct advantage.

You will work well within a team and have excellent organisational skills.

You will be able to communicate with and effectively teach post 16 students with enthusiasm and empathy.

You will have a positive attitude and be flexible and open to change and development.

Terms and Conditions:

Hours: 37 hours per week, 52 weeks per annum  (18.5 hours per week for a 0.5 contract)
Holidays: 37 days per annum plus statutory bank holidays (18.5 days per annum on a 0.5 contract)

Directed Scholarly: 10 days per annum (5 days per annum on a 0.5 contract)

Salary: £23,735 - £34,259 depending on candidate. Pro rata for part time candidates                    

Closing date:  Sunday 26 June 2022

Interviews to be held week commencing 4th July 2022

The College is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all students and this post will be subject to Enhanced Disclosure from the DBS.   

We aim to develop a workforce that reflects the diverse community we serve and positively encourage applications from all.