Location UK / Ulster
Job Type Temporary full-time
Salary See description
Updated 2 days ago
To provide quality teaching and learning opportunities within the specific areas outlined in the post in order to maximise the potential of every student and to undertake non-lecturing duties as appropriate
Duties will include:
The responsibilities attached to this post can necessarily change over time. Presently the successful candidate will be required to undertake the following duties:
Contribute to the development, organisation and delivery of the Counselling curriculum across the College, with potential teaching within Health & Social Care and related programmes of study.
Attend meetings on matters relating to students, course co-ordination, management, assessment and development.
Participate in the marketing of and recruitment to courses within the subject/programme area, including the interviewing of students, attendance at parents evenings, prize-giving, open days, awards ceremonies and other similar departmental/college events.
Act as a course director.
Undertake assessment and moderation duties, internally and externally, in line with awarding body requirements.
Act as a personal tutor to students as required.
Participate in the student induction, monitoring and reviewing processes.
Contribute to the process of the requisitioning of equipment and consumables for the subject/programme area.
Establish links and on-going liaison with external partners.
Contribute to the review and evaluation of the curriculum provision.
Adhere to the “value-for-money” principle through efficient planning, organisation and delivery of said programmes.
Complete all administrative tasks associated with this post.