Computing Lecturer

Recruiter
Shipley College
Location
Shipley [West Yorkshire]
Salary
£24,089 - £34,147 Per Year, FTE - Spine point 21-33
Posted
16 Nov 2022 10:14
Closes
05 Dec 2022 09:00
Sector
Further Education
Job Level
Teaching / Lecturing
Specialism
IT / Computing
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time, Part Time
Organisational Type
General Further Education College

Computing Lecturer

Shipley College is situated in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Saltaire and is committed to high standards, encouraging staff and students to do their best and to aim high. 

Do you have the necessary qualifications, skills and/or experience to deliver teaching, learning and assessment and contribute to the effectiveness and success within Computing.   

You may have:

  • A Professional teaching qualification (see person specification) and/or have significant industry experience in a relevant vocational area and be willing to work towards a Teaching Qualification

  • Experience of working within a post 16 institution

  • Management experience would be useful

What other benefits can we offer you?

  • Excellent holiday entitlement 

  • Enhanced pension contributions 

  • Access to a free gym on site

  • Reduced cost train travel

  • Free onsite Parking in one of our College car parks 

Full and part time posts available with some flexibility in working practices.        

How to Apply

Application forms can be obtained from www.shipley.ac.uk. Completed applications should be submitted to [email protected] 

PRIME OBJECTIVES OF THE POST

As a lecturer you will be (or become) an excellent classroom practitioner who consistently demonstrates the highest standards of delivery, is fully committed to raising attainment and acutely aware of the strategies required to achieve the highest standards within your subject area.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To provide the highest quality teaching, learning and assessment to learners using the most appropriate and innovative methods, whilst celebrating difference and promoting diversity

  • To produce the highest quality learning and assessment materials and assignments and use the most up to date and appropriate resources to support learning and assessment. 

  • To undertake formal assessment of learner achievement and offer clear and timely feedback on progress and opportunities for progression to learners

  • To ensure the smooth running of courses, including timely and accurate completion of attendance records, retention and achievement records, end of course information etc.

  • To maintain excellent classroom management and discipline whilst observing College regulations

  • To have well-developed strategies in place to keep learners safe and to support them to develop their own understanding of the risks in order to keep themselves and others safe

  • To carry out a full evaluation of the courses; maintain the course file, support the effective use of satisfaction surveys, complete the course review documentation as required, and act upon recommendations for course improvement as part of the College quality system

  • To establish, where appropriate, effective working relationships with examining and accrediting bodies, support correct registration and exam entries for learners on courses. To work with Director of Teaching, Learning and Assessment Quality and follow the College’s Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) systems for internal verification, external verifier and moderator visits and to undertake Internal Verification duties as required

  • To assist the Head of Sector and team in the planning and costing of new programmes taking into account curriculum changes, labour market requirements and other relevant factors

  • To contribute to curriculum development and establishing a culture of continuous improvement and innovation

  • To provide learners with regular reports of progress and offer clear guidance on how to improve performance to reach their potential

  • To advise the Head of Sector/budget holder on any required equipment and materials

  • To maintain a current knowledge of the computing sector, developments in further education and training; the regulations that apply to particular programmes and, where appropriate, industrial and commercial trends that may relate to education and training. To attend and take part in the College’s half termly Quality Improvement (QI) days as part of this process. 

  • To attend Course Team, Sector and College meetings and external meetings appropriate to the post

  • To represent the College on appropriate and agreed public occasions, such as recruitment events, and to promote the best interests of the institution by creating a positive impression of the College in the minds of potential clients

  • To contribute to the marketing and promotion of courses in the Sector