Lecturer in Fabrication and Welding. Apprenticeship and Commercial Operations Department. Part Time 18.5 hours per week. Permanent.
Leicester College's Apprenticeship and Commercial Operations Department is seeking a full-time lecturer to deliver on their Engineering Apprenticeship programme.
Leicester College's Apprenticeship and Commercial Operations Department is one of the largest apprenticeship providers in the region with an ambitious vision for delivering gold standard apprenticeship programmes that positively shape the future careers of all Leicester College learners.
If you are looking for a new challenge or looking for a career change and have the right attitude and skills, then this is your opportunity to join a motivated, creative, and well-resourced department full of like-minded people who are on an exciting journey.
The ideal candidate will have a passion to continually develop the high standards required to be a Fabrication and Welding Lecturer. You will have hands on experience of areas including safe operation of a range of fabrication machinery and equipment in both plate work and sheet metal to fabricate a range of components.
The ideal candidate will also have experience of welding with a range of components. The ideal will also have experience of welding with a range of electric CVC processes including MIG, TIG, MMA welding to complete joints to a high standard.
You will have the opportunity to be an integral part of the team responsible for developing and enhancing programmes.
As a Lecturer, you will deliver a variety of units across the Engineering apprenticeship standard.
This apprenticeship is part of the recently developed Apprenticeship Standards and is a popular course that is offered by the college. You will have the opportunity to be an integral part of the team responsible for developing and enhancing this programme.
The successful applicant will possess a range of skills relating to Engineering. You will also work as part of a team, provide feedback in a way that motivates individuals and help learners overcome potential barriers to progress and achieve. We are looking for a positive, proactive, solutions focused individual to help us drive the provision to support our journey to outstanding.
Knowledge of the Apprenticeship Standards, E - portfolio’s (Smart Assessor) and experience of working with students would be beneficial along with excellent communication skills and a 'can do' approach to tasks.
You must hold or be prepared to work towards a full teaching qualification e.g. Certificate in Education or Post Graduate Certificate in Education.
You must hold or be prepared to work towards an Assessors award e.g. A1/TAQA or equivalent.
You must hold at least a Level 3 qualification within Machining/Engineering.
A minimum of Level 2 qualifications in maths and English or equivalent.
You must have relevant experience within the Engineering industry.
Desirable welding qualification test to BSEN 9606 or BS 4872.
Closing Date: 16 October 2022
Interviews: Week Commencing 24 October 2022
The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children,young people and adults and expect all staff to share this commitment. All positions are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure that is considered satisfactory by the College. If you are appointed you must reimburse the College of the cost of a Disclosure and Barring Service check (previously Criminal Records Bureau). The cost will automatically be deducted from your first salary payment. You are also required to subscribe to and pay for the on line DBS Update Service.