Electrical Lecturer

£27906 - £43179 per annum
City of London

Job description

Morgan Hunt are currently working with New City College to employ an Electrical Lecturer.


  • To teach and assess learning on a range of courses, which include 14-19 and adult learners. Courses range from entry level to level 3, including college based qualifications and workforce development.

  • To work effectively as a member of the team, liaising with Senior Curriculum Manager and all colleagues in the College.

  • To take an active role in own professional development in relation to all aspects of the role.


  1. 1. In common with all other staff:

1.1 To support the College's mission, vision, values and strategic objectives;

1.2 To implement the College's equal opportunities policies and to work actively to overcome discrimination on grounds of race, sex, disability, sexuality, age or status in the College's services;

1.3 To take responsibility for one's own professional development and participate

in relevant internal and external activities;

1.4 To implement the College's safeguarding policies and practices.

  1. 2. In common with all other lecturing staff:

2.1 To teach on a range of courses at community or main College sites.

2.2 To be a personal tutor/course co-ordinator for a designated group of students within a range of courses.

2.3 To be involved in all processes and College procedures related to the selection, interviewing, admissions, enrolment, induction and tracking of students.

2.4 To develop the curriculum in line with national requirements, local community needs, and the needs of employment.

2.5 To develop student-centred teaching and learning strategies, which contribute to, increased retention, achievement and progression.

2.6 To prepare and monitor appropriate syllabuses, schemes of work and learning outcomes.

2.7 To act as a leader/member of appropriate teams and to liaise with colleagues in the design, delivery and evaluation of all aspects of the course.

2.8 To provide regular feedback to students and to give group and individual tutorial support to enable them to achieve maximum benefit from their course or programme.

2.9 To observe procedures for student monitoring, discipline and complaints in accordance with the College processes.

2.10 To liaise with employers and other agencies with respect of student placement supervision, course and assignment design, career and higher education opportunities.

  1. 3. Particular to the Post:

3.1 To teach accredited Electrical qualifications both in College and on

employers' premises.

3.2 To support the Directorate with the development of Electrical qualifications.

3.3 To design and deliver flexible training programmes that develop the knowledge and vocational skills that learners need to achieve their qualification succeed.

3.4 To act as a point of contact in between the Directorate, employers and awarding bodies in relation to Electrical qualifications.

3.5 To ensure the contractual requirements of the relevant awarding bodies and

QCA are kept at all times.

3.6 To assess and train students or apprentices from induction to achievement while staying within the QCA framework and standards.

3.7 To be responsive to employers needs, and have a high degree of customer service.

3.8 To undertake learner diagnostic assessments and the compilation of individual learning plans.

3.9 To undertake course reviews and other procedures in order to meet the

quality requirements of the College's Common Inspection Framework.

3.10 To feedback regularly to the lead Internal Verifier on student progress and attend meetings as necessary.

  1. 4. Person Specification:

4.1 Possession of a relevant teaching or training qualification (e.g. PTTLS, DTTLS, PGCE).

4.2 Possession of A1 Assessor Award, possession of V1 award desirable.

4.3 Qualified Electrician (must have 17th Edition).

4.4 Experience of working in a team and evidence of the ability to work effectively with colleagues.

4.5 Experience of embedding E Learning into course delivery plans is desirable.

4.6 Experienced in developing assessment plans and schemes of work.

4.7 Experience of working in an Electrical role.

4.8 Ability to use initiative when problem solving, prioritising and organising work.

4.9 An understanding of and commitment to Equality and Diversity and Safeguarding and practical ideas for their implementation in this post.

If this sounds like the perfect role for you, please apply today!

Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer. Job suitability is assessed on merit in accordance with the individual's skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.


Dana North
Fulfilment Consultant
Education Recruitment Team
Milton Keynes
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