We are currently recruiting for an enthusiastic Lecturer A in Biology with the potential to deliver outstanding student achievement and a commitment to driving forward the provision of A Level Biology within the Division to ensure student success.
As an ambitious trainee lecturer, you will work closely with all the Curriculum Managers and the Programme leader/s responsible for the relevant course provision to maintain and develop the curriculum and maintain the excellent results within the Division. You will also liaise with other Cross-College areas to enhance the student experience.
As a lecturer A your contact teaching hours, relevant to subject specialism, will increase as you gain in skills and experience.
Ideally you also possess a PGCE or Certificate in Education. However should you not have this, the College has an excellent Staff Development programme where a recognised teaching qualification can be gained.
Qualified to degree level, you will possess knowledge of current issues in Further Education relating to the curriculum area and of current AS/A Level Biology and/or GCSE Biology specifications. The ability to demonstrate experience of teaching Biology at AS/A Level or GCSE Science would be advantageous but not essential.
The salary for this post is £16,432 - £23,469.
Download the application form from the files tab below and give a brief overview of your existing experience, in line with the job description and person specification, to show how you meet the criteria for the post of Trainee Lecturer in Biology. This post closes at 5.00pm on Thursday 17 October 2019.
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