Come and work for one of the UK's leading FE Colleges, graded outstanding by OFSTED. We excel in offering high quality, technical and professional education leading to professional and skilled employment through strong relationships with employers. B&FC is a major local employer with over 1,100 employees choosing to work with us, we work with over 1,000 employers and have an annual turnover of £54m. Over 16,000 students choose to study at B&FC each year.
The Automotive section within the Engineering and Science curriculum area is looking for a Lecturer in Automotive Engineering and Technology to join a dynamic, forward-looking team to embrace the rapidly emerging technologies of this sector. This is a permanent full-time opportunity working 37 hours per week at our Bispham Campus.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for Automotive and Motorsport Engineering and be familiar with industry-standard design and simulation software such as GT Suite, MSC Adams, Matlab or similar.
Rewards and Benefits
In return, B&FC offers a competitive rewards and benefits package including:
Generous annual leave entitlement (50 days FTE including bank holidays)
Continuous Professional Development (CPD) opportunities
Competitive pension scheme
Sports facilities, including a fully-equipped Gym (Bispham Campus)
Flexible working hours
Free 'healthy' breakfast- (dependant on campus)
Family friendly policies
Access to mental health support and advice
Free eye tests and healthcare schemes
Free car parking
Starbucks - dependant on campus
Food outlets catering for a variety of choices, including Level 6 restaurant (Bispham Campus)
Access to discounted on-site facilities including: Bakery, Office and printing services
How to Apply
Before applying for this role please read the Job Description and Person Specification to ensure that you meet the criteria for this role.
If you are interested applying for this role, please click on the 'apply for this job' button and complete the online form.
In order to apply for this role the on-line form must be completed.
Please note the supporting statement within the online form has a limit of 1000 words so please be concise with your evidence.
You also have the option to upload your CV in support of your application at the beginning of your application.