Salary: £20,028 - £22,259 per annum
Post Ref: 545031
Hours: 37 per week, 40 weeks per year
Looking for something different? This is a unique opportunity to work in a fantastic department at The College of West Anglia. We are a successful, community-focused FE College based in the East of England. We have a thriving Landbased faculty and we have a new role available as a Skills Tutor Animal Management in our Animal Care Unit at our Cambridge Campus. In recent years, the department has grown from strength to strength and we are now at the forefront of vocational education.
You will be required to deliver all forms of practical skill tuition and associated theoretical knowledge, assessments. You must have a level 3 in Animal Care/Management and you must have a good range of handling skills within animal care. You must also have a Level 4 Teaching qualification e.g. Certificate in Education and Training/CTLLS, or willingness to obtain and Level 2 English and Maths (GCSE A*-C/9-4) or willingness to obtain.
We have great facilities on site but are always looking to make improvements to ensure our staff and students have the best possible learning environments. The staff are welcoming, supportive and have a great sense of humour. We work tirelessly to give all our students the best opportunity to succeed, whether that is taking the first step on to the employment ladder or moving in to more senior positions. Whilst it is hard work, it is also hugely rewarding.
We offer an excellent package including a generous annual leave allowance, plus five College closure days (pro-rata for part-time), fee waivers on some College courses, a contributory pension scheme and support with training and development. This is an excellent first step into teaching and lots of our Skills Tutors have progressed on to become Lecturers.
We offer an excellent package including a generous annual leave allowance, plus five College closure days, (pro-rata for part-time), fee waivers on some College courses, a contributory pension scheme and support with training and development.
You can now view all our current vacancies on www.cwa.ac.uk and apply on-line should you wish to.
Closing date for receipt of all applications: 12 noon, Friday 30 July 2021