To deliver effective teaching, learning and assessment to learners within the Light Motor Vehicle department.

The post-holder will be involved in the marketing, planning, delivery, assessment and internal verification of programmes within Automotive.  This will involve supporting the Colleges learners in achieving their academic goals and career progression by delivering high quality lessons, and ensuring high student attendance and satisfaction.

The post-holders existing excellent skills will be enhanced by the Colleges continuous professional development programme.

Key Accountabilities: 

  • To plan teaching, learning and assessment for college programmes, including Apprenticeship provision using the appropriate college format to ensure effective learning.
  • To deliver teaching and learning to at least a consistently good or outstanding standard to achieve high success rates.
  • To assess accurately learners work both formatively and summatively against appropriate awarding body criteria to ensure learners achieve their qualifications.
  • To comply with all college quality assurance procedures as prescribed by the Vice Principal -Curriculum & Quality to ensure the achievement of all internal and external audits. This includes carrying out relevant IQA duties to comply with the awarding body.
  • To use all appropriate resources effectively to ensure that the learners’ experience results in positive learning outcomes and high professional standards.
  • To support learners progress through personal tutoring and parent/carers evenings to help learners achieve their full potential and progress appropriately.
  • To assist with the marketing of college programmes including identifying new opportunities, attending internal and external events and interview evenings to increase the recruitment of learners.
  • To take overall responsibility for the Health & Safety of students within the teaching area and conduct relevant risk assessments where appropriate.
  • To undertake all aspects of the post in accordance with the College’s Equality and Diversity, Safeguarding and Health and Safety policies and schemes.
  • To comply with the College’s GDPR policy in relation to the collection, use, storage and disposal of personal and/or sensitive information.
  • To take personal and professional responsibility for keeping up-to-date in the subject area.
  • To undertake any other duties as may reasonably be expected, commensurate with your salary, both within and, where required, external to the College.


  • Recognised industry qualifications attained to at least level 3, preferably level 4 in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair or related subject area
  • Current teaching qualification to the required national standards or a willingness to undertake a formal teaching qualification in a timely manner.
  • Level 2 qualifications in English, Mathematics and ITQ or a willingness to work towards the qualifications in a timely manner.
  • Assessor Awards D32, D33 or A1 and Verifier Awards D34 or V1or a willingness to achieve these awards.



Organisation: Macclesfield College

Location: Macclesfield, Cheshire

Salary: up to £32,799 per annum

Posted date: 29/04/2021

Closing Date: TBC