Location UK / Lisburn
Job Type Not disclosed
Salary See description
Updated 6 days ago
Excellent opportunity for a Lecturer in Essential Skills – Literacy and Numeracy and Associate Lecturer in Essential Skills – Literacy and Numeracy
Post 1: Lecturer in Essential Skills – Literacy and Numeracy
Post 2: Associate Lecturer in Essential Skills – Literacy and Numeracy
£22,851 to £33,129 per annum pro rata (plus £2,640 Threshold pro rata and £1,373 Deane payment pro rata if applicable)
Placement on the scale is dependant on qualifications
Unit :School of Health, Care, Early Years and Adult Education
Reports to: Head of School: School of Health, Care, Early Years and Adult Education
Post 1 and 2: Campus to be determined, but the appointee(s) will be required to be available for work at any of the College sites as required.
Total hours of work
Post 1: (1 FTE). The annual hours are 1440 of which up to 828 for student contact time and the remainder for associated duties. However, the post holder will be required to adopt a flexible approach (including evening work) and to devote such time as may be required by the exigencies of the service.
Post 2: (0.75 FTE) The annual hours are 1080 of which up to 621 for student contact time and the remainder for associated duties. However, the post holder will be required to adopt a flexible approach (including evening work) and to devote such time as may be required by the exigencies of the service.
It will be the duty of the newly appointed Lecturer to deliver and develop the provision of Essential Skills Literacy courses across the College
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1 Teach a range of Essential Skills Literacy subjects across the College.
2 Teach a range of other related subjects across the College as may be required.
3 Develop the provision of Essential Skills Literacy throughout the School to suit the curricular needs of the workforce.
4 Assist in the recruitment of students through attendance at open days and careers conventions.
5 Develop and participate in student induction.
6 Work closely with vocational course teams to ensure a coherent delivery of Essential Skills Literacy to students/trainees.
7 Take part in standardisation and cross marking activities as required.
8 Work with other members of the Essential Skills team to ensure the delivery of a high quality learning experience to all Essential Skills learners.
9 Assist the Head of School in the preparation of plans and estimates for the acquisition and updating of related equipment and accommodation within the School.
10 Participate in general marketing activities to develop publicity materials as required, participation in open days and other publicity events to promote the College curriculum offered
11 Participate fully in all aspects of administration associated with the role and the School.
12 Establish, develop and maintain links with Community and Voluntary Groups, Business, Industry, Professional Bodies and Training and Employment Agencies with a view to providing suitable courses in Essential Skills Literacy.
13 Adhere to the College’s policies and procedures and in particular be familiar with SENDO (Special Educational Needs & Disability (NI) Order 2005) Code of Practice.
14 Participate in Business Development activities, including: developing the course provision; assisting in the identification and preparation of submissions in bids for funding from external sources; identification of international links and the development of partnerships to promote the Institute’s learning provision.
15 Participate in staff training and development activities to update and enhance own knowledge, skills and professional competence needed to carry out the role effectively.
16 Undertake other duties as assigned from time to time by the Principal, or persons to whom they have delegated authority
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