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Computer Science Course Manager/Lecturer Part Time

Yeovil College
Yeovil, Somerset
Contract Type
Part Time
£13,104 - £17,093
Start Date
As soon as possible
26th October 2022 11:59 PM
Contract Type
Job ID
Start Date
As soon as possible
  • Contract Type :Permanent
  • Job ID: 1233879

Yeovil College has been on an exceptional journey over the last seven years. Our College community is completely aligned, great people pulling in the same direction, who are making amazing things happen. Outcomes for learners that are some of the best in the Country, high financial performance which is enabling choices and the delivery of an exceptional student experience. Interconnected with our business community, we are focused on supplementing their prosperity for all of our benefit.

Yeovil as the principal town of South Somerset is set in beautiful countryside close to the wider South West and all of its benefits, making for a fulfilling work/life balance.

Yeovil College have an exciting vacancy for a Course Manager/Lecturer in Computer Science to join our busy Sixth Form Team.

The successful candidate should be confident in delivering high quality teaching. The role itself includes being able to plan, prepare and teach highly effective lessons, to ensure the outstanding delivery of the A Level Computer Science programme leading to outstanding success rates and Value Added, monitor and track learners’ achievements as well as other duties set out in the job description.  The successful candidate must be able to work as a team as well as independently. 

This role is part time 18.5 hours per week.

Salary £13,014 - £17,093 (FTE £26,209 - £34,186) Dependant on qualifications and experience

Benefits include:-

  • Auto-enrolment into the Teachers Pension Scheme]
  • 35 days holiday (pro rata) plus bank holidays and 2 weeks for Christmas close down. 
  • On-going training and development
  • High street/online discounts
  • Access to a free staff car park


Safeguarding Statement:

Yeovil College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.

Potential applicants should be aware that all successful applicants will need to agree to and enhanced DBS check. Yeovil College follows the DBS Code of Practice which is available from the DBS website.