Teacher in Forensic/Applied Science and/or Criminology/Criminal Investigation

Northampton College
Northampton [Northamptonshire]
£25,034 - £29,841 Per Year, Dependent on skills, qualifications and experience
02 Sep 2020 14:59
02 Oct 2020 12:00
Further Education
Job Level
Teaching / Lecturing
Contract Type
Full Time, Hourly Paid
Organisational Type
General Further Education College

Teacher in Forensic/Applied Science and/or Criminology/Criminal Investigation

Location: Booth Lane

School: Academy, Public Sector & Commercial Enterprise

Scale of Post: Teacher Band B

Subject Specialism/Expertise: Responsible for planning, teaching and assessment of Forensic or Applied Science and /or Criminology subjects on various programmes including Level 2 Social science, Level 3 Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation and other programmes as required. Working as part of a team the post holder should be willing to up to date subject specific knowledge and explore new innovative delivery methods to help engage students.

Responsible to: Curriculum Manager


Job Purpose

The purpose of this role is to plan and teach on agreed programmes and to contribute to their continued development.


Expectations of the Post Holder:

The post holder will undertake assigned responsibilities effectively and efficiently, and within regulatory and legislative requirements; achieve individual and faculty targets within the College’s annual planning and staff performance review processes and budgetary constraints and:

  •  Actively promote equality and diversity, recognising and actively challenging stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination, ensuring that these principles permeate all teacher practices.
  • Ensure effective quality control and continuous improvement in all aspects of this post, in keeping with the College’s existing and developing quality assurance systems.
  • Be committed to professional self-development, through participation in the College continuing professional development programme which includes industry-based work shadowing, attending seminars, College staff development days and training events appropriate to the job role.
  • Comply with and promote College Health and Safety policies and procedures and to undertake recommended Health and Safety training as and when necessary.
  • Support cross-college events such as Open Evenings and Enrolment sessions when required.
  • Adhere to all College procedures.
  •  At all times seek to serve the best interests of the College.
  • To provide cover for teaching and or related activities.

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