We are currently working with a fantastic college in the Uxbridge area who are looking to recruit 2 part time posts for Maths Lecturers to deliver Functional skills and GCSE Maths. Teaching for 18 hours per week, our client are offering an annual salary of between £13,871 to £19,345 and are looking to interview as soon as possible..
The main purpose of the job is to teach Maths, GCSE and /or Functional Skills, to students from a range of curriculum areas and to maximise their success.
- Teaching on a GCSE and Functional Skills Maths programme
- Participate in open evenings and recruitment activities to ensure that potential applicants and students receive accurate information and guidance.
- Complete and contribute to the production of accurate information and fact sheets.
- Interview potential applicants and contribute to the College’s interviewing schedules.
- Contribute to the development, promotion and delivery of the team’s marketing and recruitment strategies. Induction and Support for Students
- Carry out student inductions and contribute to the design of induction programmes.
- Produce course handbooks.
- Carry out academic progress reviews, including the completion of necessary documents.
- Where appropriate liaise with the College’s Attendance Co-ordinators to ensure the attendance, retention and achievement of students.
- Understand and keep up-to-date with student support and learning support arrangements, ensuring students have full information and making appropriate referrals.
- Prepare students for employability, career progression and/or further education and training.
- Produce reports and attend events to provide information to parents/employers. Design and Delivery of Programmes
- Teach on a range of programmes in the relevant subject area, including GCSE Mathematics and Functional Skills Maths.
- Prepare schemes of work, lesson plans and resource materials for teaching programmes.
- Utilise IT and learning technology to deliver elements of the curriculum.
- Prepare assessment plans and schedules and ensure students are aware of your expectations.
- Assess students’ progress regularly including the timely marking of work and giving feedback, both written and oral.
- Work towards the integration of students’ basic skills’ development in the delivery of teaching and learning. Curriculum Management
- Attend team meetings and College events as directed by managers.
- Keep records up-to-date, including the completion of registers, and other required documentation.
The person & qualifications
Degree or equivalent in Maths or related subject (or minimum of Level 3 qualification, plus proven successful experience of teaching GCSE Maths for at least 2 years)
Advanced level teaching qualification recognised by the FE sector (e.g. DET, PGCE)** or willingness and ability to work towards teaching qualifications
Experience of working with Mathematical concepts, either in industry or in an education setting
Experience of teaching or tutoring GCSE and/or Functional Skills Maths
An understanding of the exam requirements for GCSE/Functional skills Other Skills
The ability to engage and enthuse vocational learners aged 16-18
Ability to deal effectively with challenging behaviour of students
Excellent communication skills, written and verbal
High standard of numeracy and good standard of literacy
Good interpersonal skills
Good teaching practice
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