Computer Programming Lecturer

Shipley College
Saltaire, Shipley [West Yorkshire]
£23,117.00 - £32,818.00 Per Year, Spine point 21-33, £23,117 - £32,818 per annum FTE
13 Sep 2019 11:22
27 Sep 2019 23:59
B&C Sector
Further Education
Job Level
Teaching / Lecturing
IT / Computing
Contract Type
Flexible / Job Share
Organisational Type
General Further Education College
Teacher Training
Teacher Training Not Offered

Computer Programming Lecturer

Do you have the necessary qualifications, skills and/or experience to deliver teaching, learning and assessment and contribute to the effectiveness and success in Computing? This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the team who will deliver the new 2020 T Level Qualifications. For this post, we welcome applications from those who are experienced in Programming  but new to teaching; those seeking a fractional post; potential teaching apprentices.

 This lecturing role includes, but is not limited to the following activities:

  • Planning, preparing, teaching/delivering modules and supporting learning on a range of Computer Programming courses, currently working with Pearson, from level 2 and including the Apprenticeship provision using the new Standards. You will also become part of the team preparing to deliver the new Digital:Design Production and Development T Level in 2020.

  • Course coordination of Full-time and/or Apprenticeship provision; providing guidance, support and tutorship for learner groups including apprentices and others, as appropriate; liaising with the wider course team including the Business Development Team and Apprenticeship staff; completing Computing course self assessment reports; effective management of Apprenticeship programme from sign up with the employer through to successful completion of End Point Assessment.

  • Visiting apprentices or learners in the workplace will require the post holder to have access to a car for business purposes.

  • The full time post may include teaching on other courses, including bespoke Employer courses.

  • Meeting both external and internal quality assurance processes in relation to the programmes

  • Developing and growing relationships with partnership organisations

  • Carrying out academic administration duties, as required

 You should have:

  • A Professional Computing qualification (see person specification) or have significant Programming experience

  • Ideally, experience of teaching Programming or running a Coding club

  • Ideally, experience of working with apprentices and liaising with employers


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