Lecturer in ICT

Recruiter
Stanmore College
Location
Stanmore [Greater London]
Salary
£29,135 - £38,313 Per Year
Posted
19 Jul 2021 10:32
Closes
02 Aug 2021 23:59
Sector
Further Education
Job Level
Teaching / Lecturing
Specialism
IT / Computing
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Organisational Type
Sixth Form College

Lecturer in ICT

Lecturer in ICT

(Full time, 36 hours per week, through the year) Starting August 2021

 

An inspiring, innovative, dynamic and enthusiastic Lecturer is required to join an established IT team.  Applicants are welcomed from newly qualified teachers.

 

The following are some examples of units you may be delivering:

 

Level 2 - Technology systems, Creating digital portfolio, animation and website development amongst others.

 

Level 3 – Website design, computer game design, 3D modelling, Organisational system security, Computer networks, Maintaining Computer Systems, Computer system architecture, Human computer interaction, database design, project planning and more.

 

It would be a benefit if you had experience of delivering on level 4 and 5 computing programmes and also desirable if you could teach some Engineering units such as Electrical and Electronics Principles, Electrical Circuit Theory, Capacitance & Capacitors, Further Mathematics for Engineering Technicians, Algebra and Calculus.

 

Salary:  Band H - I, points 25 – 35, £29,135 - £38,313 per annum

 

Application form and further details of the post available from the Stanmore College website: www.stanmore.ac.uk or by telephone on 020 8420 7739.

 

Closing date for application is Monday, 2nd August 2021

Interviews will take place on Wednesday, 18th August 2021

 

Job Summary:                    To teach a variety of Computing related courses including   BTEC levels 1 – 3, ITQ and Access to Higher Education - Computing.  There may be a requirement to teach on Level 4 programmes.

 

 

MAIN DUTIES

 

  1. Managing the learning activities of students according to their educational needs.

 

  1. Teaching effectively and efficiently students studying a range of part-time and full-time courses.

 

  1. Assessing, recording and reporting on the development, progress and attainment of students.

 

  1. Developing, monitoring and evaluating curriculum provision and learning strategies.

 

  1. Preparing assessment and learning materials for on-line learning.

 

      6.   Acting as a Tutor as required and providing guidance and support for students within the framework of a cross-college tutorial and pastoral care system.

 

  1. Participating in the interviewing, admission, enrolment and induction of students.

 

  1. Marketing of new and existing provision.

 

  1. Maintaining discipline among students and safeguarding their health and safety both on College premises and when they are engaged in authorised College activities elsewhere.

 

  1. Participating in the appraisal scheme and arrangements made for further training and professional development.

 

  1. Taking personal responsibility for supporting, promoting and following all College policies in relation to health and safety, safeguarding, equality and diversity and data protection within the scope of the post.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

  1. Performing administrative and organisational tasks related to the work of the College, including participation in meetings arranged for any of the purposes described above.

 

 

The postholder can be required to carry out any other duties consistent with the grade of the post, at any site on which the College may operate.

 

This job description is current at the date shown below.  In consultation with the postholder, it is liable to variation by management within a reasonable timescale to reflect or anticipate changes in or to the job.

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