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Teacher of Professional Construction

£25714 - £36001 per annum

Job description

Are you interested in Teacher of Professional Construction jobs, Education jobs or Permanent jobs in Derby? Our Further Education Organisation is looking for a new member of their team - apply today!

Job Title: Teacher of Professional Construction

Job Type: Permanent

Location: Derby

Industry: Education and Training

The organisation

In this Teacher of Professional Construction opportunity, you will join Our Further Education Oranisation .

Key responsibilities

In this Teacher of Professional Construction job, your responsibilities will include:

Key Responsibilities

  • To carry out a range of practical and classroom teaching duties in both FE & H.E settings
  • To be responsible for all students/support staff within your classroom/workshop and ensure they are provided with appropriate information, instruction, training and supervision so as not to compromise their health, safety or well-being.
  • To undertake risk assessments for all current and future practical activities/assessments and equipment and maintain/update as per college guidelines
  • To ensure attendance for each learner is accurately recorded and evidenced using the register system
  • To manage learning by using a variety of delivery modes and preparing effective learning materials for presenting and delivering information.
  • To promote and embed both English and maths into your delivery, assignment and assessment methods
  • To undertake a pastoral role in supporting student progress and attendance with full utilisation of Pro Monitor and other college/partner university systems/services.
  • To have knowledge regarding the support and guidance available for students with the continual assessment of individual needs, including partner universities where applicable.
  • To produce appropriate schemes of work and other programme documentation, including assignments, and contribute towards their development
  • To assist in the development of new modules and units and produce the necessary documentation to support the validation/IQA process
  • To carry out the effective day to day management of students learning in accordance with the College's objectives including target setting, progress reviews and identifying students at risk.
  • Participate in parents (FE) evenings supported by the completion of reports and progress logs on student performance for all students (FE, H.E & Apprentices)
  • To support and advise team members in effective delivery of the curriculum.
  • Conduct relevant student assessments in accordance with awarding body/partner university guidelines and assessment strategy and comply with quality standards and procedures
  • To support and supervise Derby College students on projects or educational visits in line with Study Programme condition of funding requirements
  • To transport students where required to various sites for college-led community projects or educational visits using college vehicle

  • Develop dual professionalism: ensuring vocational/academic knowledge and skills is kept up-to-date; and developing a knowledge and application of pedagogy.
  • Keep abreast of local and national developments that impact on learner experiences.
  • Demonstrate competencies commensurate with the position e.g. a high level of interpersonal skills, good time management skills, self-motivating, professional, proactive and creative in line with the Teachers' Professional Standards
  • To assume the role of on-site assessor and provide ad hoc cover to support in instances of staff shortages i.e. sickness/emergencies
  • To have an awareness of the cultural sensitivity to needs of learners regardless of age, ethnic origin, gender, disability or sexual orientation.
  • To provide a professional customer service to both internal and external customers.
  • To ensure that quality standards are set, monitored and reviewed.
  • To provide flexibility in responding to changing demands in staff availability as required
  • To take responsibility for one's own professional development and continually update as necessary.
  • To comply with Equal Opportunities policies and to assist in the development of Equal Opportunities.
  • To comply with all Health & Safety, Child Protection and Risk Assessment policy and legislation in the performance of the duties of the post.
  • To embed and promote British Values and PREVENT into the Scheme of Work and lessons

Skills & experience


  • To work effectively within a learning environment
  • To identify and apply strategies to facilitate effective learning
  • High level of interpersonal skills.
  • Facilitating and assessing.
  • Tutor/Mentoring.


  • Experience of the relevant industrial context
  • Competency in delivering land / building surveying and setting out
  • Competency in teaching other construction related modules.
  • Ability to operate appropriate the necessary equipment and software to support the delivery of programmes between Level 2 and Level 5
  • An awareness of learning opportunities from a variety of sources.
  • Knowledge of the process to support and continually assess individual student needs.



  • Recent experience/occupational competence in relevant area

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.


Richard Smith
Education Recruitment Team
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