Lecturer in SEND (Hourly paid)

Lecturer in SEND (Hourly paid)

Are you passionate about supporting and developing the skills and knowledge of learners with SEND?

We are looking for a number of part-time, hourly paid lecturers to join our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) team. Our department delivers a range of courses that support learners with SEND to develop skills including independent living skills, communication, personal development, employability, vocational and enterprise. A commitment to working with young people/adults with additional support needs underpins all aspects of our work.

We are especially looking for SEND lectures to deliver the following curriculum areas:

  • Horticulture
  • Catering
  • Employability
  • English/Literacy (Entry Level 1 to Level 1)

Hours available include:

  • 14 hours per week (x4)
  • 19.5 hours per week
  • 16.5 hours per week
  • 22 hours per week
  • 5.5 hours per week

You will be involved in developing students’ communication, independence, employability and life skills. An interest and commitment to personalised learning, a student-centred approach and experience of working with young people and adults with learning disabilities are essential.

You will also be required to deliver the curriculum effectively through a variety of different learning strategies, communicating effectively with students and parents/carers as appropriate and providing learners with appropriate tutorial support in accordance with the programme and individual requirements.

As a lecturer at the College, you will benefit from a generous annual leave entitlement including an annual birthday leave day, generous pension scheme, free gym and a range of CPD updating from the College’s dedicated Quality Improvement Team.

Equality of opportunity

The College has a strong commitment to working towards the implementation of equality of opportunity in both service delivery and employment. The College’s mission and strategic objectives directly support this aim. All employees are required to actively support the development, dissemination and implementation of this aim and related policies and programmes.

Safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults

The College is committed to safeguarding and promotes the welfare of all learners and expects its staff to share this commitment. All posts in the College are subject to a List 99 check. All posts are subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check at Enhanced Level.