Lecturer in Business

We are looking for a Lecturer in Business to contribute to the delivery of programmes in the Business area as required, with responsibility for A Level Business Studies. The key responsibility is to ensure excellence in teaching, learning and assessment to maximise student progress. This is a permanent part time position. 

Selby College, part of the Heart of Yorkshire Education Group, is a highly rated College in the heart of North Yorkshire, we provide education and training opportunities for students aged 14 right up to 70+. Learners from all over Yorkshire and the Humber travel to Selby College because of its reputation for high-quality education. Providing a wealth of courses and clear progression routes, Selby College offers A Levels, Vocational courses, Apprenticeships, Higher Education, Adult Learning and Professional Courses for Employers. We are proud to have some of the best facilities and teaching and support staff at Selby College, which allows us to support students in achieving their goals and progress to their desired career or further study. 

The Role 

Effective planning of teaching and learning, the preparation of learning materials, student assessments and technology-based resources 

Embrace the College digital strategy and effectively deliver both synchronous and asynchronous learning, incorporating the principles of the “Selby Way” 

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

Support and encourage students towards success working with Guidance & Support Tutors and other staff. 

Assist in the development of new programmes 

The Person 

You will hold a degree in Business or equivalent relevant qualification and a teaching qualification (or willingness to work towards) 

Recent successful teaching of A level Business is desirable and ideally you will have A level examining experience 

You will have enthusiasm and empathy in working with post 16 students and a positive attitude to flexibility, change and innovation 

You should be highly organised, reliable and self-motivated 

Terms and Conditions 

Hours: 4 days per week, 52 weeks per year 

Salary: Range £18,988 to £27,407 (actual part-time salary) dependant on experience (FTE £23,735 up to £34,259 pro rata part-time)  

Holidays: 29 days per annum (FTE 37 days) plus statutory bank holidays 

Closing Date: 26th June 2022 

Interviews: Week commencing 4th July 2022