We are looking for a Lecturer in Fabrication and Welding to teach to students on different level programmes including full time students and apprentices, ensuring that the students/apprentices receive the highest quality teaching and achieve their outcomes.
This is a permanent, full time position.
This role would be suitable for candidates currently working in a welding environment but could also suit recently qualified students within the welding and fabrication discipline who have industrial experience.
Part of Heart of Yorkshire Education Group, Selby College is a highly rated College in North Yorkshire, we provide education and training opportunities for students aged 14 right up to 70+. Learners from all over Yorkshire and the Humber travel to Selby College because of its reputation for high-quality education. Providing a wealth of courses and clear progression routes, Selby College offers A Levels, Vocational courses, Apprenticeships, Higher Education, Adult Learning and Professional Courses for Employers. We are proud to have some of the best facilities and teaching and support staff at Selby College, which allows us to support students in achieving their goals and progress to their desired career or further study.
- Planning and delivering/teaching and assessing on a variety of courses within engineering particularly around the subject of welding and fabrication.
- Ensuring schemes of work are produced to meet the requirement of the course and consistent assessment procedures are continually maintained
- Preparation of assignments, internal test and examination papers
- Monitor, review and evaluate student progress.
- Keep accurate records of students, student reviews, assessments and resource use and give feedback to employers/parents as required
- Participate in standardisation and verification/moderation as required.
- If a course leader, you will be responsible for the accuracy of exam entries/registrations for the course/subject and liaison with examinations department, other team members and external exam entries/registration awarding bodies as appropriate
- Keep up to date with any awarding body changes to specifications or assessment requirements – ensure changes are reflected in delivery
- Ensure good student behaviour, attendance and punctuality in all academic situations and report indiscipline as necessary to the Programme Leader
- Embed maths, English, Employability, Equality and Diversity, Health and Safety and ICT within teaching and learning
Terms and Conditions
Hours: 37 hours per week, 52 weeks per annum
Holidays: 37 days per annum plus statutory bank holidays
Salary: £29,432 to £34,259, depending on qualifications and experience
A market forces payment may be made for a suitable candidate
Closing Date: 25th May 2022
Expected start date: 22nd August 2022
- A level 3 qualification in fabrication and welding is essential. You will ideally hold a degree in an Engineering related subject or an equivalent professional qualification
- You will hold a teaching qualification or be willing to work towards one. Recent successful experience of teaching is desirable.
- Recent industrial experience in Fabrication and Welding is essential, candidates with experience in plasma cutting and maintenance engineering will have a distinct advantage.
- You will have the commitment and drive to provide excellent service to students.
- You should be highly organised, reliable and self-motivated.