Lecturer in Essential Skills – Literacy and ICT

Location UK / Lisburn

Job Type Not disclosed

Salary See description

Updated 6 days ago

Reference 1422379

 Job Description

Excellent opportunity for a Lecturer in Essential Skills – Literacy and ICT


Post      

Lecturer in Essential Skills – Literacy and ICT

Ref        

S93/19

Salary (£)            

£22,851 to £33,129 per annum (plus £2,640 Threshold and £1,373 Deane payment if applicable)

Placement on the scale is dependant on qualifications

School / Section: School of Health, Care, Early Years and Adult Education

Reports to:Head of School: School of Health, Care, Early Years and Adult Education 

Location: Campus to be determined but the appointee will be required to be available for work at any of the College sites as required.

Total hours of work        

(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.

JOB PURPOSE

Become a member of the teaching team in current courses of study and assist with future developments

MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1 Delivery of the ICT Essential Skills and Essential Skills Literacy programmes across the full range of full and part time student groups.

2 Liaise with external bodies and other curriculum areas to develop delivery which meets vocational needs.

3 Contribute to the design of course documentation and develop good practice in ILT including digital tracking, tracking documents and coordinating ICT and Literacy within the department.

4 Assist in delivery of staff development with the School to College staff.

5 Review and evaluate provision to ensure quality assurance in all areas.

6 Contribute to and participate in marketing, recruitment and other appropriate events.

7 Participate in subject team meetings and in school team meetings, including the leading of team meetings and quality events with the school.

8 Contribute to the development of new full-time and part-time courses at basic, further and higher education levels.

9 Complete as required all administrative tasks associated with the post including innovative tracking, all trackers, administrative documents, Moodle and IV for the subjects. 

10  Any other duties as required by the Head of School and DHOS.

The postholder will be required to undertake any other tasks by agreement with the Head of School and may be required to carry out teaching and non-teaching duties on all of the College campuses.

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