We are currently recruiting for a temporary 0.2 Lecturer in Human Resources to provide an excellent learning experience for all adult, apprentice and commercial learners on the CIPD provision.
Our growing team is responsible for effectively delivering a range of professional programmes. The successful post holder will work alongside a team of excellent lecturers to deliver contemporary courses in this sought-after specialism.
If you are a dynamic and innovative team player who enjoys a fast-paced career where you continue to learn and grow whilst enabling others to do the same, we want to engage with you. We are looking for individuals who are skilled, knowledgeable and passionate about Human Resources and the teaching of the agenda as well as understanding the importance of the role of education for our local young people and wider communities.
With a Degree or equivalent level qualification in a relevant discipline, you will be able to demonstrate your successful knowledge of current issues in management; employment law and have the experience of successfully teaching HR, Management.
As well as teaching up to 832 hours per year, pro rata. Your responsibilities will include contributing to divisional and College teams including sharing best practice and being involved in developing the curriculum. You will also take an active part in the marketing operations of the College including the recruitment and admission of students to the division.
The salary for this post is up to Â£34,474 pro rata.
To apply for the role, please download the application form and give a brief overview of your existing experience to show how you meet the criteria for the post of Lecturer in Human Resources. This role is temporary until 30 June 2022.
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.
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