SEND Lecturer, Nottinghamshire

£25 - £30 per hour, Plus Statutory Holiday Pay

Posted 5 months ago | ref: 275128

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Protocol are working closely with a Further Education College based in Corbidge to help recruit for a SEND Lecturer to work within the college supporting students on different levels throughout their courses of study.

This post is to start as soon as possible – Full Time hours – Temporary ongoing contract.

£25 – £30 per hour, Plus Statutory Holiday Pay


The Role

  • To contribute effectively to the successful learning experiences of students with learning disabilities and or difficulties within the Learning for Living and Work department through.
  • Effective teaching that meets or exceeds College standards and results in high levels of student retention and achievement.
  • Course management as required.
  • To offer students with learning disabilities and or difficulties a high-quality learning experience to achieve the long-term goals or qualification for which they are studying.
  • To teach effectively on a range of College courses and programmes.
  • To lead a small course team and be a course tutor as required.
  • To contribute to the personal and social development of the students.
  • To develop course materials, schedules of learning, lesson plans etc. and make these available through the colleges shared information system.
  • To contribute to the organisational requirements of the School and the College.
  • To carry out all duties and responsibilities with due regard to the College’s Single Equality Scheme.
  • To co-operate with the College in order to ensure his/her own health and safety and that of students and colleagues.
  • To teach on a range of programmes relevant to the curriculum subject.
  • To make a significant contribution to curriculum development and course co-ordination.

Have you got what it takes?

  • Teaching experience in delivering lessons to students with a range of SEND, across a broad range of subjects, including English and maths.
  • Holds a teaching qualification or experience teaching in FE
  • Knowledge and understanding of course structures, learning approaches and assessment to meet the needs of students with a range of LDD.
  • Organisational skills in programme planning and delivery
  • The ability to articulate clearly and to be understood in teaching and making presentations and resources to meet the diverse needs of students with LDD.
  • Team player with good communication skills to interact effectively with colleagues, students, parents and external bodies.
  • Efficient administration skills to support good student record keeping.
  • Has excellent interpersonal and communication skills and is able to effectively motivate and inspire others.
  • Enhanced DBS on the update service


If this sounds like you or something you could be interested in; Hit apply now to speak with one of the consultants!


Protocol are proud to be Disability Confident Committed. We are happy to make any reasonable adjustments at any stage of the recruitment process should you need it, please let us know


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The legal bit…

Protocol National ltd trading as Protocol are acting as an employment business for this position. If you are successful, Protocol is required to see evidence of your Right to Work in the UK; in addition to you applying for an enhanced DBS Certificate should you not already hold a suitable certificate registered on the DBS Update Service. The position is subject to agreement to Terms and Conditions and suitable application and reference process. 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.