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Automotive Lecturer

Application deadline
June 23, 2024 10:00 pm
Automotive and Construction
Employment type
37 Hours Per Week (Part time hours can be considered) 52.14 Weeks per year
Telford College - Wellington, Telford
£26,955 - £40,442 (Depending on Experience)
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Potential interview date
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About the role

We have a new vacancy arisen in our ever expanding Automotive department for an experienced Automotive Lecturer.

The purpose of this role is to deliver outstanding Engineering provision to a wide range of full-time learners and apprentices, through an exceptional student experience leading to positive achievement outcomes.

The position involves undertaking a range of administrative and development duties that contributes to improving standards and achievements and the learner experience.

Key Responsibilities
  • Deliver and teach engineering subjects to Level 1, 2 and 3 full time students and apprentices to agreed success targets.
  • Deliver and teach engineering subjects to Level 4 and 5 part time students, as required, to agreed success targets.
  • Regularly review and monitor the attendance and progress of learners and follow up as required to ensure learners achieve their targets.
  • Carry out, collate and feedback initial and/or diagnostic assessments to identify students’ ILP and support as required, providing differentiated learning strategies to
    enable students to achieve their primary learning goal.
  • Provide assignment and assessment material appropriate to each specific programme.
  • Evaluate and assess (formative and summative) the work of learners in relation to the curriculum criteria and provide timely constructive and helpful learner feedback.
  • Maintain quality systems related to the teaching of engineering including designing work schemes, lesson plans, assessment plans and assessment activities.
  • Update and maintain electronic documentation to support teaching and learning, assessment and tracking of learner progress.
  • Attend curriculum meetings and contribute to the continual quality improvement mechanisms (e.g. maintenance of course files, timely updating of ILPs on ProMonitor).
  • Develop quality resources (including e-resources) which support the development of engineering skills.
  • Actively develop and use new technology in teaching, learning and assessment.
Skills, knowledge and expertise

Qualifications and training

  • Teaching qualification, e.g. Cert Ed, PGCE or DTLLs, or a firm commitment to achieve a Diploma in Education and Training (DET)
  • Relevant Vocational Qualification at Level 3 (Motor Vehicle) (e.g. NVQ Level 3/Level 3 Work-based Diploma)
  • Strong occupational history and competence within the Automotive sector with extensive and in-depth knowledge
  • Ability to deliver high quality teaching in a variety of Automotive subject areas.
  • Assessment/Assessing/Assessor Qualifications (A1, TAQA, CAVA)
  • Level 2 qualification (GCSE A* – C, or equivalent) in maths and English or a willingness to attain these qualifications with the support of the College

Skills and expertise

  • Knowledge/experience of IMI qualifications
  • To be an inspiring teacher, enthusiastic with the ability to motivate students and a willingness and ability to tackle poor student performance.
How to Apply

We look forward to receiving your application and knowing more about your qualifications, skills, personal qualities and experience that you would bring to the role and to Telford College. Please take time to review the job description.

Please complete the online application form with details of your full employment history (since leaving school, including education, employment and voluntary work) including reasons for any gaps in employment. This should also include a statement of the personal qualities and experience you believe are relevant to your suitability for the post and how this meets the job description and person specification requirements. Your application form will be re-produced in a standard format by the system (without personal identifiers) to assist us in our anonymised shortlisting process.

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