Lecturer - Health and Social Care HND/HNC

Recruiter
Waltham Forest College
Location
Waltham Forest, London [Greater London]
Salary
£25,484 - £39,735 Per Year, Depending on qualifications and experience
Posted
23 Sep 2022 14:07
Closes
09 Oct 2022 23:59
Sector
Further Education
Job Level
Teaching / Lecturing
Specialism
Health & Social Care / Counselling
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Organisational Type
General Further Education College
Teacher Training
Teacher Training Is Offered

Lecturer - Health and Social Care HND/HNC

Job Title: Lecturer - Health and Social Care HND/HNC

Location: East London

Hours: Full-time, 36 hours, 52 weeks per year

Salary range: Unqualified £25,484 - £28,440, Qualified £30,055 - £39,735 per year

Waltham Forest College is a forward thinking, vibrant, diverse and exciting place to study and work.  We are proud of our achievements including being rated as the top performing college in London for student satisfaction for the past two consecutive years, as well as being graded as Good by Ofsted.

We believe that our employees are the heart of the organisation and having the right people in the right place, with the right skills is the key to our success.  We are looking for a committed individual who is passionate about working in an aspirational and high performing college and dedicated to contributing to an outstanding experience for our learners. 

The successful candidate will have a keen sense of responsibility, ownership and a ‘can do’ approach to addressing everyday challenges.  If you believe you have the skills, experience and motivation to make a difference and be part of Team Forest, we strongly encourage you to apply for the post at Waltham Forest College.

This position is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and highly enthused lecturer to assist in taking the area forward to outstanding.

The main purpose of the job is to teach HNC and HND to students from a range of curriculum areas and to maximise their success. To design, develop and produce learning and teaching material and deliver either across a range of modules or within a subject area. Lecturers will ensure the efficient strategy, policy and procedures, contribute to activities which influence leading edge practice in a way that engages, inspires and leads to high achievement.  You may also be required at time to teach on other areas within your subject such as adults, access and pre access courses and 16-19.

You will need to have the experience and knowledge to teach on HNC/HND within the HE and Access department and be able to support and inspire learners to achieve their goal of progression onto higher level courses or into the workforce.

The person selected for this role will need to have a degree in the relevant subject and a teaching qualification.  The candidate will need to have recent experience of teaching and be able to teach both practical work and theory lessons in an innovative and original way and be graded as good or outstanding in recent lesson observations.

You will also have experience of meeting the needs of the learners and expectations of the team as well as those of any external partners and employers that we are or could become associated with.  Have excellent organisational skills and be familiar with the colleges monitoring and tracking systems.

The curriculum specialism we are recruiting for is Health and Social Care.

What’s in it for you?

We offer the opportunity to help develop your skills and knowledge in a friendly team environment, plus a range of benefits including a career average pension scheme (LGPS), employee assistance programme, discounted local gym membership, enhanced sick pay, NUS Employee discount, free onsite parking, cycle to work scheme and Sodexo benefits scheme

Equality, diversity and inclusion
We are committed to creating and promoting a diverse and inclusive workforce that better reflects the wider community we support. We particularly welcome applicants from groups currently under-represented in senior roles, including females, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), people with disabilities and from the LGBTQ community.

Safeguarding

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of our students and expect everybody working for the College to share this commitment.  We actively seek DBS clearance checks for applications of employment as part of our safeguarding procedures.

Closing Date:   9 October 2022

Interview Date: TBC

*Please apply as soon as possible as applications will be considered upon receipt; we reserve the right to interview before the closing date*.