Electrical Installation Lecturer

National Skills Agency
London,United Kingdom
£35,000 - £44,000 Per Year, Plus up to £5k industry bonus
06 Nov 2023 14:50
04 Dec 2023 23:59
Further Education
Job Level
Contract Type
Full Time

Electrical Installation Lecturer

About Our Client

Our clients Technical Apprenticeships successfully prepares learners for a wide range of careers and/or higher education, meeting the latest industry standards. Employer needs are central to the curriculum provision, and they are committed to equipping their students with the skills for the future. Our client are committed to ensuring every apprentice maximises the opportunities offered to them.

As a Electrical Installation Lecturer, you will be joining a friendly and supportive team with a range of teaching and industry experience, committed to the success of their learners. With many training and development opportunities and scope for promotion within the company, you will be embarking on a varied and rewarding career. Our client will support you to develop your career in teaching, including fully funding the Diploma in Education and Training qualification, which is undertaken in house.

Job Role

The main purpose of the job is to ensure the retention and achievement of students through the delivery of good practice in teaching and learning. The Electrical Installation Lecturer will teach, develop and improve programmes of study in subjects and courses relevant to the post-holder s knowledge, qualifications and experience.


Recruitment of Students

  • Participate in open evenings and recruitment activities to ensure that potential applicants and students receive accurate information and guidance.
  • Complete and contribute to the production of accurate information and fact sheets.
  • Interview potential applicants and contribute to the companies interviewing schedules.
  • Contribute to the development, promotion and delivery of the team s marketing and recruitment strategies.

Induction and Support for Students

  • Carry out student inductions and contribute to the design of induction programmes.
  • Produce course handbooks.
  • Carry out academic progress reviews, including the completion of necessary documents.
  • Where appropriate act as a named tutor and liaise with the companies departmental administrators to ensure the attendance, retention and achievement of students.
  • Understand and keep up-to-date with student support and learning support arrangements, ensuring students have full information and making appropriate referrals.
  • Where appropriate ensure that basic skills initial and diagnostic assessments, are undertaken and that students receive effective learning support.
  • Ensure that resources within your subject area are kept up-to-date and accessible to students and other staff in liaison with the curriculum managers and the companies Learning Centres.
  • Prepare students for employability, career progression and/or further education and training.
  • Produce reports and attend events to provide information to parents/employers.

Design and Delivery of Programmes

  • Teach on a range of programmes in relevant subject area
  • Prepare schemes of work, lesson plans and resource materials for teaching programmes.
  • Utilise IT and learning technology to deliver elements of the curriculum.
  • Integrate the delivery and assessment of Functional Skills into the curriculum and teach Functional Skills.
  • Carry out formative and summative (tests, coursework and exams), assessment of students and use target setting to maximise success.
  • Monitor students attendance, progress and achievement. Use tracking software for ILPs and assessment and prepare relevant reports.
  • Contribute to curriculum development, including schemes of work and marketing of courses.
  • Take a leadership role on specific courses.
  • To ensure that students attend and achieve on all areas of their study programmes including maths, English and work experience.
  • Prepare assessment plans and schedules and ensure students are aware of your expectations.
  • Assess students progress regularly including the timely marking of work and giving feedback, both written and oral.
  • Work towards the integration of students basic skills development in the delivery of teaching and learning.

Curriculum Management

  • Attend team meetings and business events as directed by managers.
  • Keep records up-to-date, including the completion of registers, and other required documentation.
  • Liaise with colleagues to ensure that new members of staff are fully apprised of requirements.
  • Participate in the companies staff appraisal and mentoring schemes.


As an Electrical Installations Lecturer you will carry out student questionnaires and elicit student feedback on the quality of teaching and learning.

Contribute to course reviews including reviews of your subject area and the setting, implementation and monitoring of action plans.

Set targets for achievement, retention and attendance and participate in the companies performance management programme.

Participate in the companies formal Lesson Observation process on an annual basis, which requires at least one graded Lesson Observation to take place. Further Lesson Observations may be required under the companies Capability Procedure.


Keep knowledge and skills up-to-date through self-study and undertake staff development and secondments relevant to professional needs.

Promote Equal Opportunities and implement the companies Equal Opportunities Policy.

Communicate and work effectively as part of the Team.

Provide a secure, safe and friendly learning environment including implementation of the Health & Safety Policy and Safeguarding Policy.

Complete all documents necessary to comply with HR policies, e.g. agency lecturer booking forms, sickness forms, appraisal forms, etc. and ensure all staffing records are kept up-to-date.

Carry out any other duties commensurate with the scale and grade of the post.

Paul Feldman is the National Skills Agency Data Protection Officer. Your data will be stored until notice is given by you for it to be removed. Our Data Protection Policy will be forwarded to you on request. As we get a high number of applications we may be unable to give feedback to unsuccessful candidates. We will retain your details to keep you informed of other opportunities. National Skills Agency Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy and is an Equal Opportunities employer we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

We reserve the right to bring forward the closing date of the adverts should we receive a sufficient level of interest!