Assistant Lecturer, Degree Apprenticeships – Cyber Security
QA’s Computing Degree Apprenticeships are a pedagogically innovative, work-based programme that has expanded rapidly since its recent launch. Our degree apprentices work for varied clients including FTSE100 businesses, central government departments, wider public sector organisations and small technology companies. The Apprenticeship division is part of QA, the UK’s leading provider of IT and business services training and education. Our multi-award winning programmes received the highest possible grade by Ofsted, with ‘Outstanding’ in all areas.
As an Assistant Lecturer, you will be responsible (jointly with Senior Lecturers) for the progress and academic achievement of degree apprentices on Digital & Technology Degree Apprenticeships at Level 6 (undergraduate) and Level 7 (postgraduate. The programme involves a wide range of technical skills across Cyber Security. The role involves innovative approaches to teaching and learning, including blended learning, work based assessment strategies and challenge-based learning designed around the unique opportunities presented by Degree Apprenticeships. You will be primarily focused on teaching, learning and assessment for a group of apprentices each term, working closely with other lecturers and skills coaches to deliver the best outcomes for apprentices.
The role requires working with Senior Lecturers, who are Module Leaders, and the Associate Dean. We work as a close-knit, broadly self-managed team, sharing teaching experiences and new ideas. We challenge each other and work determinedly and efficiently, to reach ever improving teaching and learning standards and outcomes.
Having a passion for teaching, imparting knowledge and engendering new skills and behaviours, keeping up to date in an ever-changing world, and importantly role-modelling your interest in inquiring into organisations to promote the professional development of managers, are all needed for this varied, evolving role.
A postgraduate degree – preferably in a computing or related discipline
Teaching and learning experience, including work-based learning and a specialist subject area**
A teaching qualification or a desire to obtain one, preferably Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy
Experience outside of education in a business sector(s)
The skill and habits of someone who can role model continual learning and inquiry
An interest in, and updated knowledge of the impact of technology on business
Daily ways of working that include skills that enhance efficiency
Evidence of managing students within university rules and regulations or operating in a similar, quality led environment
* Candidates with teaching and learning experience without a postgraduate degree will be considered
**Candidates wanting to enter teaching and learning at Higher Education level for the first time will be considered, if they have a postgraduate degree
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