Carpentry & Joinery Lecturer/Assessor
£27,051 - £36,651 per annum, pro rata
Full (37 hours) or part time hours available
The working pattern is TBC, depending on candidate preference on total hours
52 weeks per annum
Bicester Campus, with some teaching at our Witney Campus
Permanent or Fixed term basis
exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Carpentry and Joinery lecturer/ assessor to join the brand new Construction Skills Centre in Bicester. Working as part of small, enthusiastic and highly-committed team you will be responsible for delivering teaching and assessment to level 2 and level 3 Carpentry and Joinery apprentices in the classroom and workshop and will also carry out assessments in the workplace.
Our new centre is focussed on delivering practical skills training of the very highest quality through close partnership working with employers. You will need to have the confidence and credibility to deliver first class customer service, as well as outstanding teaching and assessment.
The post holder will be based at Bicester but will be required to deliver some teaching at our Witney campus each week in the first instance and must also be able to visit employer sites to carry out work-based assessment.
For the right candidate, this post could be available on a fixed term or permanent basis, with full or part-time hours. If you are an experienced and qualified C&J lecturer/ assessor looking to be part of a successful new venture, then this really is the opportunity for you!
In return, Abingdon & Witney College offer excellent benefits including generous pension and holiday schemes, flexible working options, corporate gym membership, and a cycle/tech scheme.
If you would like to discuss this opportunity in more detail, please contact Danielle Gray (Recruitment Adviser) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 6th May 2021 (midnight)
Interview date: TBC
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