Lecturer/Assessor: Adult Employability Programmes
We are recruiting for a full time Lecturer/Assessor: Adult Employability Programmes.
The main purpose of the job is to ensure the retention and achievement of students through the delivery of good practice in teaching and learning, and to enable them to acquire the skills and knowledge to apply for and secure employment. The Lecturer/Assessor will teach and assess on Entry 3 - Level 1 Personal Development for Employability, Entry 3 – Level 1 Introduction to Customer Service, Level 1 Business and Administration, and Entry 3 and Level 1 Essential Digital Skills short courses, and contribute to ongoing curriculum development to meet employer and market needs. It is essential that the post holder is motivated to keep up-to-date with developments in their professional area and also in teaching and learning practice. Lecturing duties include all aspects of the learning process, including preparation and planning, and the assessment and evaluation of students.
Richmond upon Thames College is part of the Harrow, Richmond and Uxbridge College Group (HRUC) and is one of London’s most successful Further Education Colleges providing education and training to 16-19 year old’s and adults from across Richmond, London and Surrey, for over 80 years. We have opened a new building in 2020 and due to develop a brand-new technology-focused STEM Centre for 2024.
This exciting and innovative new learning environment is located within the grounds of the current college site, so remains convenient for public transport links – it is adjacent to the A316 and just a short walk from Twickenham rail station and a number of regular London bus routes.
The College is committed to the Safeguarding of all students and children, actively promoting the welfare of children. It is an offence to apply for this role if the applicant is barred from engaging in regulated activity with children.
A number of Safeguarding vetting checks will be undertaken on all successful candidates prior to commencement in post.
This post is not exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (ROA) 1974 or amendments made (Exceptions Order 1975 (amended 2013 & 2020))
For further information about the role please visit the vacancies section of our website via the apply link.