Carpentry & Joinery Lecturer

The vacancy

An exciting opportunity has arisen at North Lindsey College for a Carpentry & Joinery Lecturer to join DN Colleges Group. This role is permanent, full time at 36.5 hours per week.

We are seeking candidates who are passionate about teaching and learning and have the drive and motivation to help students to progress in their careers, increase their employability and support their personal development.

The ability to teach/assess level 1/2 in Carpentry & Joinery to FE students or Apprentices studying on the Standards.

You will have a passion for innovation, bringing new ideas and embedding new technologies into the learning environment.

You will hold a level 2 Carpentry & Joinery qualification as a minimum but having teaching qualifications or Assessor/IQA qualifications would be a distinct advantage. Previous experience in the classroom/workshops would be a distinct advantage but is not essential as full training and support will be provided.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in, or you would like further information on the position please contact Mark Hornsby, Curriculum Lead: mark.hornsby@northlindsey.ac.uk

As part of the recruitment process and in-line with keeping children safe in education we will conduct social media checks on candidates that are shortlisted.

About us

North Lindsey College has been a key training provider in Scunthorpe for over 60 years, helping thousands of people throughout the years to go on to achieve their dreams.

We offer post-16 study programmes, apprenticeships, traineeships, part-time short courses and Higher Education programmes.

Across all of our provision we work closely with employers across every sector in this region and further afield, to help you gain the skills you need to progress into your chosen career.

The benefits

All employees at DN Colleges Group enjoy a generous annual leave allowance, as well as an additional 2 weeks closure over the Christmas period. We encourage all our teams to take regular breaks, no longer than 3 weeks, to enjoy a healthy work life balance.  

DN Colleges Group are committed to Health and Wellbeing of all our employees. We have an increasing number of provisions exclusive to our employees, designed to help you stay at your best or to assist and provide support when you need it. 

  • On site
  • nursery
  • Generous annual leave
  • 2 weeks off at Christmas
  • Electric car scheme
  • Vivup – Employee Wellbeing and Benefits platform 
  • ​Wellness initiatives, onsite during your working week. This could include health visitors, financial advisers, or physio specialists.
  • Onsite fitness classes, at lunchtime or after work in conjunction with our Sports colleagues. 
  • Cycle to Work and Electric car scheme 
  • Free Eye Care Vouchers 
  • Discounted Hair and Beauty services  
  • On site nursery 
  • Online access to Remploy which is our 24/7 confidential mental health and counselling resource.
  • ​In house counselling/safeguarding specialists to assist in Wellbeing 

Lets Teach Programme  
Let’s Teach The LET’s teach programme supports new members of teaching staff in terms of college systems and key teaching and learning areas including new staff lesson visits and postcard peeps. Each new member of staff has an allocated Lead Practitioner who works closely with them throughout the programme.  

Let’s Bloom
The LET’s Bloom Programme aims to connect our experienced and qualified teachers to share best practice and support continued risk-taking as we continue to add depth to our teaching craft. Teachers volunteer on this one year programme, working closely with the Learning Enhancement Team, capturing their experimentation in a journal.

For further information about the role please visit the vacancies section of our website via the apply link.