Lecturer in Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Job Title: Lecturer in Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Contract:MC Lecturer, Full-Time, Permanent
Salary:£26,685 - £38,064 per annum, subject to a progression criteria Lecturer Salary Scale from Pt 5 - Pt 14
Hours: 37.5 per week
Teaching Hours: 864 per annum
Annual leave: 45 per annum plus statutory Bank Holidays
To plan and deliver a wide range of challenging, relevant learning and work experiences that ensure all learners can develop and apply the skills, knowledge, behaviours, and attitudes required for the 21st Century learning, life, and work.
This role will include delivering on a range of qualifications, including but not limited to Pearson's Level 3 BTEC's and City & Guilds Level 3 T Levels. Delivery for the role may be a mixture of classroom and workshop based.
To actively contribute to the College's Strategic Plan and in particular the ambition to become an outstanding provider of education and training.
To hold and actively demonstrate the College's Core Values in all that you do.
- Aim High
- Work Hard
- Take Responsibility
- Do What's Right
- Respect Others
- Challenge Yourself .
- Take Pride
To commit to the College's Safeguarding Policy and promote a safe environment for children, young people, and vulnerable adults within the College.
Post Holder's Responsibilities
- Plan a program of study that meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of all students.
- Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and is developmentally appropriate to the maturity and interests of all students.
- Employ a variety of teaching techniques and resources consistent with best practices, specific content knowledge, the physical limitations of the space provided, and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved.
- Plan and deliver a suitable Assessment Programme ensuring marked work meets Middlesbrough College Gold Standards.
- Implement Middlesbrough College's Core Values through the Taking Teaching Higher strategy.
- Utilise diagnostic assessment tools to identify learning strengths and needs of every student, on a regular basis, for the purpose of intervention and/or acceleration toward academic achievement.
- Participate in Interval Verification requirements including the preparation for Awarding Body visits.
- Take necessary and reasonable precautions to assure safety in the classroom and the College for all students.
- Maintain accurate, complete, and correct records as required by Middlesbrough College and any statutory regulators including but not limited to Awarding Bodies, Funding Bodies and / or Government Departments.
- Implement all College policies and procedures governing student life and conduct.
- Make provision for being available to students and / or to their parents for education-related purposes outside of the teaching day when required or requested to do so under reasonable terms.
- Maintain and improve professional relationships with colleagues.
- Actively participate in all professional development opportunities including relevant industrial updating.
- Start classes on time.
- Give good notice of any absence.
- Keep up to date with development in the subject area.
- Keep accurate and up-to-date registers.
- Be involved in any inspection of the College e.g., Ofsted.
- Be involved in the College's Quality Assurance arrangements e.g., induction, lesson observations, performance reviews and gathering / analysing feedback from students with a view to implementing continual improvement to courses on an on-going basis.
- Adhere to the general standards of conduct embodied in various College policies and procedures
- To attend and contribute to course team meetings, section meetings, tutor, and area team meetings where applicable.
- To work closely with colleagues in developing and improving the current curriculum offer for programmes you teach on.
- To partake in marketing and recruitment activities including open evenings, school tasters and visits, student profiling for publications, interview, induction, awards evenings, results day, and enrolment etc.
- To be a qualified Teacher or willing to work towards.
- To be a qualified assessor or willing to work towards.
- To hold a minimum of a Level 5 in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
- GCSEs at Grade C / Level 4 or above in English and Maths, or equivalent.
- Desirable - Current knowledge and/or experience of teaching in one or more fields of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
- Current knowledge of potential issues in the sector that may impact on curriculum delivery.
- Current knowledge and / or experience of career opportunities in the sector for 16 - 18 and 19+ learners.
Knowledge & Skills
- Evidence of disseminating good practice effectively.
- The ability to deal promptly and effectively with inappropriate behaviour in the classroom.
- Excellent time management skills.
- Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills.
- The ability to prepare written and visual teaching materials including the effective use of
Information Learning Technology, e.g., Virtual Learning Environment, Power-Point supported by key software.
Please note that all appointments are subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and receipt of two satisfactory references.
Lecturer in Electrical & ElectronicsEngineering
MC Lecturer, Full-Time, Permanent
Lecturer Salary Scale from Pt 5 - Pt 14
£26,685 - £38,064 per annum, subject to a progression criteria
37.5 per week
864 per annum
45 per annum plus statutory Bank Holidays