Lecturer in Business - FTC (Bromley campus) End date: July 2020
London South East Colleges is a successful and innovative College operating with sites across Bromley, Orpington, Bexley and Greenwich. With nearly 14,000 students and 1,000 members of staff, the College is a major employer in the area and makes a significant impact on the lives and future prospects of its learners who travel from across London to study with us. The College is also the sponsor of London South East Academies Trust, a growing Multi Academy which is rapidly developing a track record of academic and financial success. With a combined turnover of circa GBP 65m and the ambitious growth plans of the group, there has never been a better time to join this exciting organisation.
This is an excellent opportunity for an, experienced, professional, proactive, enthusiastic and committed Business lecturer to join our team.
You will be responsible for identifying and assessing learners needs as well as providing high quality teaching and monitoring and evaluating and improving the quality of effectiveness of learning programmes, sessions and own practise.
You must possess a relevant degree as well as a level 2 maths and English qualification. Applicants should hold a full teaching qualification or the willingness to obtain one. You will also have experience of working within a travel and tourism related industry.
To be successful in this role, you'll need to have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and be able to effectively motivate and inspire the learners. You'll also have exceptional organisational skills combined with good IT knowledge and sound administration skills.
If this sounds like you, we would like to hear from you!
As the College supports a number of children and vulnerable adults, all staff are exempt from Section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Accordingly, most staff will be subject to either a 'Standard' or 'Enhanced' CRB check or a List 99 check, which confirms there is no barring in place.
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