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Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Lecturer

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Lecturer

Posted 26 March by Reed Education
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 Role: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Lecturer

Salary: £26,000 - £39,000 per annum

Location: Birmingham

A college in Birmingham are looking for an Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Lecturer to join their team on a permanent basis. You will be responsible for delivering teaching practice at Levels 2 – 3 across the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Curriculum; motivating and supporting students; and supporting the department when necessary

Requirements;

- Level 3 in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

- Level 2 in Maths and English

- Teaching Qualification and/or Teaching Experience

Benefits of working for Reed Further Education/our client:

-Exclusive representation to leading FE colleges, prisons, and training providers in the area

-A specialist further education consultant who will search for jobs on your behalf

-A Health Cash Plan and Reed Discount Club

-Entitlement to Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity, Paternity and Adoption Pay, Parental Leave and Antenatal/Pre-Adoption Appointment Payment

-Access to Training and Development - Reed Assessment Centre - Reed Learning.

- Great referral bonus’

-Access to roles throughout the UK and online/remote learning

At Reed, we believe that experience is just as important as qualifications. So, if you have experience in teaching others, we encourage you to start your registration today. You’ll be joining a team of passionate professionals who provide the best possible education to the students of our clients.

To apply for this role, please send us your updated CV by clicking 'Apply Now'.

Reference: 52380338

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