Work Based Learning Lecturer - Land Based Engineering, Easton Campus

Closing date 22 January 2019 at 11:59:59p.m.

Ref E972
Position type Full Time
Salary £22,000—£30,000 + 7% skills recognition payment
Hours 37

Work Based Learning Lecturer - Land Based Engineering Lecturer (Full training provided)

Are you an experienced Land based Engineering Technician? Would you like to help others enter and grow their career in the industry?

The apprenticeship department at Easton & Otley College would like to recruit a forward-thinking individual with a passion for Engineering and land-based learning and with current skills and knowledge in this area to teach and assess on the Land-based Service Engineering Apprenticeship course. You will be working in partnership with businesses across the East of England to train and develop the next generation of technicians.

This really is a fantastic opportunity for an individual looking to branch out into teaching or progress their teaching career within a professional and forward-thinking establishment.

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How to apply

To apply for this vacancy please download and complete the following documents: Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form . Please return your completed application to or alternatively post to HR Department, Easton & Otley College, Easton, Norwich, NR9 5DX.

If you are completing your application on a Mac, please use “Send a Copy” option to save your application as a PDF or Word document to ensure we are able to receive your application.

If you are successful in securing an interview for this vacancy we will contact you via the email address you provide on your application form.

Easton and Otley College are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all people and expects its employees, volunteers and students to share this commitment.

If you have any further information you can contact us on the Recruitment line: 01603 731200

Please note we are unable to accept any speculative agency cv’s.

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