Lecturer in Electrical Engineering

We have an exciting opportunity for an engaging, innovative and enthusiastic Lecturer to teach across our BTEC / T level and apprenticeship provision to our full-time Engineering students. You will teach and assess across a range of Electrically biased subjects that include; Electrical and Electronic Principles, Electronic Circuit Design and Construction, Industrial Process Controllers, PLC & Micro-controllers, Analogue & Digital Systems and Electrical Power to our learners and when required cover lessons.

The successful candidate will deliver inspiring teaching and learning to ensure all students are supported to succeed through the delivery of high quality and challenging learning experiences. Progress will be monitored to ensure target grades are met and all learners achieve to the best of their ability.

Experience in an appropriate vocational industry setting or background is essential, as is a relevant degree or equivalent. The ideal candidate will have significant experience in teaching electrical engineering.  You will possess excellent planning and administration skills and be able to work to deadlines. A knowledge of a range of teaching methodologies is essential.

We are proud to be an Investors in Diversity organisation. We actively encourage applications who are current under-represented and where we are using positive action under the Equality Act. We welcome everyone to consider becoming a part of our journey. The College is striving to attract, develop and retain the very best people by offering a motivating and inclusive workplace in which talent is truly recognised.

Alongside our commitment to your professional and personal development, we also offer a generous benefits package including:

  • A competitive pension scheme
  • Cycle-to-work scheme
  • On-site parking
  • One campus facility
  • Access to healthcare scheme
  • Subsidised nursery fees
  • Up to 44days annual leave per year
  • Additional annual leave available
  • Generous Maternity/Paternity pay
  • Fantastic CPD and inclusive resources for development
  • Well-being hours
  • Opportunities of volunteering within local community and charities

We offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, agile working, staff forums, staff working groups for sustainability, staff steering groups for Investors in Diversity and support services to support with mental health and wellbeing for staff from different backgrounds.

We are and have consistently invested in providing our learners and employees with an outstanding and unrivalled range of modern facilities and resources.

Overseas candidates wishing to apply who would require sponsorship can determine the likelihood of obtaining a Certificate of Sponsorship for the post by assessing their circumstances against criteria specified on the Gov website. Please note right to work checks will be completed when the job is offered.

If you require any support to apply for this job, please email recruitment@loucoll.ac.uk

For further information about the role including job description and application form please visit the vacancies section of our website via the apply link.