Protocol are currently recruiting for a Full Time Permanent Computing Lecturer specialising in Software Development and Programming.
Our Client is seeking a full time Lecturer to join a successful Computing and IT team and deliver across a range of Computing courses, from Level 2 to Level 5, specialising in software development.
You will possess a degree in a Computing subject, teaching/training experience in the subject area and preferably some experience of working in the computing/IT industry. You should have good working knowledge of software development and programming in C++. You should have good communication and interpersonal skills and be able to engage young people aged 16-19. You will either possess or be willing to achieve an advanced level teaching qualification, which will be supported financially in full by the College over the two year period of the course.
**Interview immediately available for the right candidate**
- Delivering Computer courses from Level 2 to Level 5
The person & qualifications
- Must have Degree in Relevant Subject Area
- Teaching Qualification or willingness to study for one
- Extensive knowledge and experience of software development
- Knowledge and experience of Programming C++ / Java
- Knowledge in Database Systems / Computer networking
- Previous experience of delivering in the Further Education sector
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The legal bit
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