Electrical Engineering Lecturer, Essex

£22,000 - £34,978 per annum

Posted 6 months ago | ref: 224789

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Protocol are currently working closely with a Further Education college based in Essex’s in their search for an experienced Electrical Engineering Lecturer to deliver on their level 2 – 5 engineering courses. 

As an Electrical Engineering Teacher, you will primarily provide high-quality teaching within the Engineering Department on Engineering courses from levels 2 – 5 to a range of learners including full time, part time and apprentices, and in addition to undertaking associated tutorial duties. Reporting directly into the Curriculum Manager and be part of the wider Engineering team, in this exciting role you will be delivering to full time learners, Apprentices and Higher Education learners, and you’ll have access to well supplied, industry standard workshops and computer rooms.

This role is offering full time hours and will run on a permanent basis. 

Do you have what it takes? 

  • A degree/ HND level qualification within Electrical Engineering 
  • A teaching qualification
  • Recent and relevant industrial experience within Electrical Engineering 
  • Recent and relevant teaching experience at levels 2 – 5

If this sounds like you or something you would like more information about, Hit apply now to speak to one of the consultants! 


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Protocol National ltd trading as Protocol are acting as an employment agency for this vacancy. As a result of the volume of applications we are currently receiving we regret that we may be unable to respond with individual feedback. If we have not contacted you within two weeks of your application being received then regretfully your application will not be taken forward on this occasion.