Lecturer in Health and Social Care Bank
Based at the Welwyn Garden City Campus
Full Time 37 hours per week
£25,687 - £30,667 per annum – Depending on skills and experience
Are you able to inspire and motivate young people? Do you want to work with a team who are committed to improve the life and opportunities of young people?
The successful candidate would be required to teach mainly level 1 to 3 Health and Social Care programmes, you will expected to assess student work and provide them with developmental feedback, track student progress, and support students’ success. The ideal candidate will have Teaching experience and BTEC knowledge.
You should have experience in the Health and Social Care sector and be qualified to at least a Level 3 in Health and Social Care. It would also be desirable for you to have had some experience in teaching or training.
In addition to the teaching you will be required to include preparation, classroom delivery and marking, and to deliver tutorial activity related to programmes of study.
The College is a friendly environment, which offers excellent support, placing strong emphasis on continuous professional development. It is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
In addition to this, we will offer you in depth coaching and the opportunity to achieve a recognised teaching qualification.
Closing Date: Sunday 3rd July
Interview date W.C 11th July
WHAT WE OFFER:
• Generous annual leave – 42 days pro rata plus 8 days bank holidays
• Automatic entry into the Teachers’ pension Scheme.
• A dedicated and friendly team of professionals who are keen to develop and learn.
• Excellent CPD opportunities to grow and development through mentorship and coaching.
• Free onsite parking.
• Subsidised onsite restaurant.
• A cycle scheme and discounted gym membership.
• Fantastic facilities to resource your ability to teach your students.
We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and we particularly welcome applicants who are currently underrepresented in our workforce. This includes but is not limited to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates and disabled candidates.