New College Durham is a great place to work. It is a high performing and financially outstanding College and is continually investing in new facilities and resources for learning.
The College is one of the leading further education colleges in the North East and continues to be at the forefront of new initiatives, being the only College in the North East to offer all the new T Levels in Early Years, Digital and Construction and will be increasing the T Level offer next year to include Health. The College is also the lead institution for the North East Institute of Technology (NEIoT). It has foundation degree awarding powers and has extensive delivery of European Social Funding (ESF) programmes.
We focus on providing training and education that creates the best outcomes for students and gives them the skills and behaviours they need for long term success in a global economy.
We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, organised and committed Electrical Installations Lecturer to join our successful team in our Electrical Engineering department. Working for an outstanding College, the successful candidate will have a background in teaching and learning fundamental skills and knowledge and aim to achieve excellent outcomes. Our workshops are industry standard and are well equipped to support you and your learners. As students studying with us achieve results well above national average and progress to diverse and high-quality destinations, often linked to their studies, you will work also with several local and regional employers.
New College Durham is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, as well as vulnerable adults, we expect all staff and volunteers to be suitable to work with these groups and share this commitment.
We pride ourselves on our dedication to safeguarding all students, to do so we follow a strict vetting process whereby any offer of employment will be subject to the appropriate checks.
Before applying for a role with New College Durham it is important to note that it is an offence to do so if you believe you are a persons whom is barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children.
To read more information in relation to the DBS Code of Practice please see below;
DBS code of practice - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Please note that Curriculum Vitae’s (CV’s) will not be accepted.