Sessional Lecturer in Maths

City College Norwich
£28.78 - £28.78 Per Hour
10 Feb 2024 06:07
28 Feb 2024 23:59
Further Education
Job Level
Teaching / Lecturing
Contract Type
Full Time
Organisational Type
General Further Education College
Teacher Training
Teacher Training Not Offered

Sessional Lecturer in Maths

Sessional Lecturer in Maths
12 hours per week
£28.78 per hour including holiday pay

The Post

We require a temporary lecturer to assist within our large and ever growing innovative and proactive team. We are one of the largest post-16 GCSE centres in the UK, teaching English and Maths to approximately 4,500 full time learners. You will be required to teach functional skills and GCSE Mathematics to predominantly 16 - 19-year-olds alongside their vocational qualifications as an integral part of their programme of study. Some experience of teaching students with barriers and challenges to learning would be an advantage.

English and Maths

The School teaches English and Maths GCSEs and Functional Skills. Key features of the Centre include:
  • We work very closely with course teams across the College to ensure successful English and Maths outcomes for those studying full time vocational qualifications.
  • A specialist tutorial team working closely with students, teachers and parents and providing support for progression to further and higher education, employment and training.
  • Access to the College's wide range of specialist services such as our library, additional learning support and personal and financial support
  • A friendly and informal working environment

City College Norwich

City College Norwich is an inclusive, futures focused college, graded Good by Ofsted, committed to serving the local and regional communities, ensuring people gain the skills, knowledge and confidence to reach their full potential. Our staff are skilled, high performing and committed to our students and we now wish to appoint exceptional individuals for these key posts, who share this commitment to provide the very best learning, exemplary industry standard experiences for apprentices, students and the communities we serve.
  • The college is making a significant contribution to the wider strategic development of education and training in the city and across Norfolk, in close partnership with the local community, schools and employers. This is helping to strengthen progression routes, raise the quality of provision and improve value for money.
  • Quality improvement and staff development initiatives have raised the quality of teaching, learning and assessment and led to improved outcomes for learners.
  • Learners make a major contribution to decision making within the college, particularly through the work of the students' union president, who is an influential member of the senior executive and corporation.
  • There are good progression opportunities and high progression rates for many learners.
  • Teaching, learning and assessment are good. Well-qualified and experienced teachers and support staff have high expectations, support students well and help improve outcomes.
  • Students develop good personal, social and employability skills and make good progress.
  • Students develop and improve their English and mathematics skills well.

Working in Norwich

For applicants from other areas of the country, working in Norwich offers an exceptional range of benefits. The city centre combines historic architecture with excellent shops and leisure facilities, all within a few minutes' walk of the college. There are good local schools, and the city hosts the University of East Anglia. Housing within easy reach of the college is often competitively priced and ranges from urban and contemporary to rural and traditional.

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Closing date: Wednesday 28 February 2024 Midnight

As a College we are required to undertake various Safer Recruitment checks as set out within the guidance from the Department for Education Keeping Child Safe in Education. We require all staff to undertake an enhanced Adult and Child Workforce DBS Check and to register with the DBS Update Service. Please note: From 28 November 2020 the government implemented changes to the filtering rules, and we have been instructed that we cannot accept any update service checks on DBS certificates that have been issued before this date. Therefore, a new one must be completed with City College Norwich.

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