Lecturer in RAC

Recruiter
Leeds College of Building
Location
Leeds [West Yorkshire]
Salary
£34,458 - £36,480 Per Year, Depending on Qualifications and Experience
Posted
22 Jun 2022 14:21
Closes
08 Jul 2022 23:59
Sector
Further Education
Job Level
Teaching / Lecturing
Specialism
Construction / Building Trades
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Organisational Type
General Further Education College
Teacher Training
Teacher Training Is Offered

Lecturer in RAC

LEEDS COLLEGE OF BUILDING

 

Lecturer in RAC

Ref: 0369

Hours: 37 hours

Hourly Rate: £34,458- £36,380 per annum

 

Leeds College of Building is the UK’s only specialist further education construction college and we have an excellent reputation for providing quality education in Construction and the Built Environment.

 

We are looking for qualified trade professional who is willing to share their knowledge and skills with young people and adults. The successful candidate will be experienced in the below areas:

 

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

 

You should have relevant experience in the area above and hold a relevant NVQ Level 3 or equivalent qualification. Possession of, or willingness to achieve, a level 2 qualification (i.e. GCSE grade A*-C) in English Language and Maths is essential.

 

A willingness to undertake teaching and assessing qualifications will be essential and experience of working in a teaching/training capacity is desirable.

 

In return we offer an excellent benefits package which, for this post, includes an excellent pension scheme (Teachers Pensions) , opportunities for flexible working and access to training and development.

 

Please note that all applications should be completed online. Please visit the vacancies section of our website at www.lcb.ac.uk. CV’s will not be accepted.

 

Closing date: Friday 8th July 2022

 

Please note this position is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check.

 

The College is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. It is also committed to the ‘Prevent Duty’ and the requirement to