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Are you an Engineer considering a change of career? Would you like to pass on your knowledge and skills to the engineers of tomorrow? No qualifications do not worry we can help. Did you know that you could work as a Lecturer while being supported through your teaching qualifications which we can support financially.
If you have an Engineering background, whether practically or academically, and would relish a new challenge working in our state-of-the-art Engineering Centre, then we want to hear from you.
Making the transition from industry to education is a seamless transition and something that we can support you with, we offer a let’s teach programme Trade to teach and mentor support with a reduced timetable.
Many of our outstanding Engineering teaching staff have successfully achieved and it’s their experience and skill that continues to challenge and inspire students within our Centre of Engineering Excellence. Why not join them?
Come into the College for an informal chat with members of the Engineering Management team and find out about how you could change your career and begin working in the exciting and fulfilling world of education.
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The Electrical Installation department wish to appoint a suitably qualified Trainer Assessor to deliver on a range of qualifications at levels 1, 2 and 3 both in the College engineering workshops and at employer premises. The role will include delivery and assessment of apprenticeship qualifications.
You will be responsible for the delivery of a case load of work which will include assessment and training activities, quality/audit compliance, student guidance and support. You will ensure that appropriate developments are undertaken to support delivery against quality assurance, self-assessment processes, case load targets and objectives.
The ideal candidate will be a time-served electrician with relevant industry experience in a range of disciplines including fault diagnosis, maintaining electrical equipment, electrical principles, and preventative maintenance. The ability to teach and assess PLC would be an advantage.
You must be a qualified assessor holding an A1 or equivalent.
Experience working within the education sector monitoring apprentice progress will be an advantage.
You should have good communication skills, be able to work both independently and as part of a team, and be fully committed to working with young people.
It is great to work for the DN Colleges Group, we offer an attractive salary plus many other benefits including DNCG Benefits (access to retail and leisure discounts), cycle to work scheme, flexible working, on-site nursery, health & fitness suite, generous annual leave, development opportunities and pension provisions.
The DN Colleges Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff and volunteers must therefore be willing to apply for DBS clearance at an Enhanced level.
We are recognised as a Disability Confident employer, Mindful Employer and also positively encourage applications from all ethnic backgrounds.
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