35 Hours per week, 52 Weeks per year
£26,279.80 - £40,325.57 (Full-Time Equivalent)
At City of Portsmouth College, we're shaping our city's future by unlocking the potential of the city's learners. we strongly believe that every student should achieve their aspirations, whatever their background or abilities. That is why we offer a uniquely broad range of courses from our 4 campuses across the Portsmouth region.
Delivering a comprehensive curriculum throughout a variety of A-levels, Apprenticeships, Vocational & Technical courses. We also provide Higher Education, Online learning and Community courses that all meet local and national requirements.
We are currently looking for a Lecturer, to teach and assess ‘Electrical Installation’ at the City of Portsmouth College at our North-Harbour Campus. A Lecturer play the largest part in a student's experience in education. As a Lecturer you help your learners thrive and reach their aspirational careers and dreams! Are you ready to be part of a rewarding journey to make a difference?
Do you have industry experience as an electrical lecturer and have a qualification as an electrical assessor? Get in touch today for an exciting opportunity at the City of Portsmouth College!
Main Duties & Responsibilities of a Lecturer:
To teach the college programme to students daily and provide high quality learning opportunities to them.
To provide flexible assessment opportunities and closely plan, monitor, track and record student retention, achievement, and success.
To contribute to the development and delivery of high quality, relevant curriculum, and pro-grammes. Curriculum Development responsibilities include actively contributing to the development of new programmes and producing annual schemes of work.
Plan and deliver effective learning programmes for diverse groups or individuals in a safe and inclusive environment.
To facilitate Apprenticeship programmes IQA up to level 4.
Provide flexible assessment opportunities and closely plan, monitor, track and record student retention, achievement and success.
Undertake regular standardisation meetings to ensure all team members are aware of standards required.
As an IQA, to monitor CPD undertaken by staff.
Engage in EQA visits.
Liaising with the quality team.
(Please refer to the attached Job Description for full details)
(Please refer to the attached Staff Benefits PDF for a full insight!)
How to Apply:
The closing date for applications is listed above and we will only be accepting applications via our job portal, so click ‘Apply’ to begin your journey at COPC!
We reserve the right to withdraw the advert early and should you encounter any issues during the application process, please email [email protected].
City of Portsmouth College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The successful candidate will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS, online and reference check. The College celebrates diversity and aims to recruit a diverse range of staff.
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Yes, you will need 'Right to Work in the UK' documents to work for the City of Portsmouth College. We will not be able to make any exceptions for this. Check what documents are suitable as evidence of your 'Right to Work' with either our recruitment team or at the GOV.UK website.
No, all applications must be done via our online portal and we will not be able to accept any CV's. This is to ensure our recruitment process is fair for all applicants. If you are interested in a role with us at COPC, please click the 'Apply' button at the top of this page.