Lecturer in Electrical Installation
35 hours per week, 52 weeks per year
Northarbour Centre, although you may need to travel across all 4 Campuses based in Portsmouth
Do you have experience or would like to start your teaching career as a Lecturer in Electrical Installation? If so, you could be just what we are looking for!
We are looking to recruit a Lecturer in Electrical Installation no teaching qualification is required but must be willing to work towards and gain relevant teaching qualifications which will be sponsored and supported by the college. As part of this role, you will need to prepare schemes of work, deliver lessons to a good standard, set, assess, and give feedback to students.
This is an exciting time to join the team at the City of Portsmouth College, a new college formed by the merger of Highbury College and Portsmouth College. You will have drive and energy, passion and commitment to helping the City of Portsmouth College to develop and maintain outstanding spaces for our students, staff and visitors to learn and work in and enjoy.
As a teacher you need to plan and deliver learning across any programmes you deliver on to at least a good standard. You need to support, engage and stretch your learners in such ways as to enable them to meet or exceed their target grades. You must set, assess and give feedback on a suitable quantity and quality of student work in a timely fashion, so as to help learners make good or better progress. This should include preparation work for flipped learning activities. You must help your learners meet awarding body requirements for qualifications. You must do all you can to meet or exceed College success rate targets. You need to aspire to achieve outstanding results in the subjects you are delivering.
In August 2021, Highbury College and Portsmouth College merged to form the City of Portsmouth College. The new organisation is a general further education college in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. Total income is c£30m in 2021-22.
It provides vocational and academic education and training, from first-step courses to university level foundation degrees, specialised services for business and education in the community. Courses include A Levels, vocational diplomas (BTECs), GCSEs, Foundation Degrees, Apprenticeships and unaccredited leisure courses.
The College has more than 55 years of experience during which time it has built a strong reputation for both academic, technical and professional programmes. It also has close relationships with those working in various industries which ensure the ever-changing needs of employers in the area are met.
The College actively promotes lifelong learning and delivers a wide range of adult courses at more than 40 community venues in and around Portsmouth, as well as at four College campuses.
The College is also a provider of apprenticeship training in the south east and currently offers apprenticeships in more than 40 subject areas.
We offer a range of staff benefits including access to the Local Government Pension Scheme, generous holidays and great on-site facilities.
How to Apply
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