HE Computing Lecturer, Peterborough

dependent on qualifications

Posted 2 weeks ago | ref: 241278

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Role – Permanent HE Computing Lecturer

Salary – Unqualified: £25,209 – £26,693 per annum / Qualified: £27,476 – £31,791 per annum

Hours – 37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year 

Contract – Permanent

Location – Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

QRS are looking for a HE Computing Lecturer on a permanent basis, working 37 hours per week all year round. 

Job Purpose – 

To contribute effectively to the successful learning experiences of students in the College through effective teaching that meets or exceeds College standards and results in high levels of student retention and achievement.  To demonstrate a commitment to meeting the Professional Teaching Standards in support of the learner journey.  To teach and assess on a range of computing courses from Level 1 to 6 and possibly other related programmes. This role includes course co-ordination and possibly internal verification/moderation.

Your main duties and responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to the following areas: 

  • Undertake teaching activities in the curriculum area, ensuring high quality of provision, in response to learners’ needs and in line with Professional Teaching Standards
  • Be responsible to the Head of Faculty and Assistant Principal for an agreed teaching programme in computing and other related areas determined within the prevailing conditions of service
  • Assess student work, provide constructive and timely feedback to motivate and inspire the learner to improve and record learners’ progress for identified modules
  • Create SMART targets, record and monitor progress against them. Implement positive interventions where needed, for students undertaking identified modules
  • Work collaboratively and innovatively with managers and colleagues to design, develop, manage and review programmes in the curriculum area
  • Develop course materials, schemes of work, group profiles etc. as required and make these available prior to course starting dates and are made available through the College’s shared information systems
  • Deliver academic tutorials to provide students with feedback on progress and formative guidance on how to improve performance to assure success
  • Ensure all Health and Safety procedures are followed and assist in the maintenance of high standards of Health and Safety throughout the department and College
  • Contribute fully to the co-ordination, development, promotion and delivery of the range of courses offered by the College as required and will promote, manage and develop appropriate short courses as led by market forces or local/national needs
  • Carry out internal verification duties in line with quality assurance processes

 The successful candidate will have:

  • Level 5 Teaching qualification (e.g. DTTLS, Diploma in Education and Training, Cert Ed or PGCE
  • Level 6 or higher level qualification in relevant subject
  • Minimum of Level 2 Literacy and Numeracy
  • Assessor Award (A1/TQA/CAVA)
  • Comprehensive, recent experience of working in computing

If you are interested in this position, please email a copy of your CV and a cover letter to dgiddings@qualityrs.co.uk

 

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