Due to substantial growth in recruitment to the Electrical Installation provision, we are looking to recruit a Lecturer in Electrical Installation with a passion for ensuring student achievement, to drive our continued success in providing a high quality teaching and learning experience, across a range programmes within the Division of Construction.
As a Lecturer, you will ensure that Electrical Installation contributes fully towards the excellent achievement and retention and the sustained growth of the Division. You will also work closely with all the Curriculum Managers and the Programme Leader in the Electrical craft area, across the full range of programmes delivered and assessed and to assist the section with its aspiration for improving quality and increasing success rates.
You will teach, relevant to subject specialism, up to 832 hours per year.
With a relevant degree in a related subject, ideally you also possess a PGCE or Certificate in Education. However should you not have this, the College has an excellent Staff Development programme where a recognised teaching qualification can be gained.
You will also possess knowledge of current issues in Electrical Installation relating to the curriculum area. Preferably, you will also have knowledge of work based learning and full time and part time qualification specifications and experience of successful teaching up to Advanced level (including Work Based Learning) would be advantageous, but is not essential.
The salary for this post is £28,728 – £34,474.
Download the application form and give a brief overview of your existing experience, in line with the job description and person specification, to show how you meet the criteria for the post of Lecturer in Electrical Installation. The closing date for this post is 5.00pm, Thursday 11 March 2021.
Please also see our College Charter below.
Rated Outstanding in the latest Ofsted inspection, Burnley College Sixth Form Centre provides first-class Further Education, University Education, Apprenticeship, business training and adult learning programmes, in the heart of Pennine Lancashire.
At Burnley College, we celebrate the diversity of all our staff, students and visitors. We provide a safe and supportive environment in which everyone is able to study and work to the best of their abilities and we are committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all.
The College is dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all learners and expects all staff to share in this commitment. Employment at the College is subject to an Enhanced DBS Check via the Disclosure and Barring Service and any post involving regulated activity will also be subject to an additional barred list check.
Further information for this listing:College Charter Job Description & Person Specification