Assessor/Lecturer - Engineering

Posted 2 August by Reed
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Job Title: Assessor/Lecturer

Location: Kingston

Salary: £22,063 - £40,000 + Benefits + Funded Teaching Qualification / Assessor Qualification

Hours: Full Time & Permanent

Are you an aspiring assessor or lecturer with drive and passion? Our REED Further Education branch are currently working with a fantastic college who are looking for a Assessor/Lecturer - Engineering.

Have you ever considered teaching the next generation? If you are currently working in industry and would like to "make the switch" contact our Reed Further Education branch and read on as this could be the perfect role.

* No teaching qualification required just the willingness to undertake one which will be funded by the college **

The focus of this role is to be available to visit the workplace to assess apprentices studying the Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Standard. You are expected to have a background in the following areas of engineering - machining, maintenance and manufacturing up to Level 4; although offering other engineering areas up to Level 5 would be an advantage. You may be asked to contribute also to the FE teaching in vocational engineering. A key focus is in helping the Head of Section ensure that your students meet and exceed their target grades. This role is about providing a high-quality student experience and outstanding outcomes in Engineering. The role encompasses working on teaching schemes, assessment schedules (including coursework) and student monitoring

The Role

  • Teaching theoretical and practical workshop sessions relating to a variety of topics to Engineering/Maintenance apprentices
  • Conduct the assessment and monitoring of candidates on such apprenticeships; complete all administrative work connected with the assessments.
  • Keep and maintain accurate records of all forms of assessments according to the College and awarding body requirements. • Provide prompt and constructive feedback to candidates soon after assessment.
  • Make sure that assessment strategies used are inclusive
  • Embrace new technologies and updating learning materials for use on new learning platforms.
  • Contribute as appropriate, to the development, marketing and recruitment for both new and established courses provided by the School of Engineering
  • Teach or assess on one or more of the courses provided or serviced by the School and contribute to the development of existing and new provision and the implementation of flexible and cost effective teaching and learning styles.
  • Complete the administrative work connected with their teaching efficiently and effectively, including completion of registers, records of work and various forms of student progress sheets.
  • Develop and implement student assessment strategies in accordance with College policies and the requirements of awarding bodies.

What you will need:

  • Knowledge of at least two of the following areas: machining, manufacturing and maintenance
  • Ability to use new technologies to enhance teaching and learning to support students.
  • Assessor / IV Qualification related to engineering
  • Hold a teaching qualification or be willing to achieve one in line with current regulations.
  • Have participated in recent and relevant continuous professional development.
  • Hold professional industry qualifications and/or experience in a related industrial environment.
  • Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS check.

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