Nineteen Recruitment are a teacher owned, independent agency that specialise in the recruitment of temporary and permanent staff for the Educaiton, Social Care and Public Sectors.
We are delighted to be workign with a fantastic client, recruing on their behalf for a full time Lecturer of Health, Care and Education. This is a contracted post until the end of July 2019.
You must hold or have:
A minimum Level 5 teaching qualification - DTLLS, CertEd or equivalent
A professional, vocational or graduate qualification in the field to be taught. Vocational and professional qualifications need to be at least at NVQ Level 3 or equivalent and at least one level above the level to be taught.
Current assessor award – D32/D33 or A1 or equivalent
The experience we are looking for:
Significant teaching experience within post 16 and 19+ learners
Experience of teaching and supporting learners with additional learning needs or with challenging behaviour
Experience of following a quality assurance framework
Experience of collaborative working within a team
Experience of using E-Learning Technologies
Experience of delivering a range of appropriate qualifications within the subject area and sound understanding of awarding body requirements
Experience of using virtual learning environments (VLE) and maintaining own resources on a VLE
Experience of assessing learners through a range of methods including professional discussion, observation, witness testimony and performance evidence
Experience of providing information, advice and guidance
Experience of monitoring the health and safety of learning environments and work places to ensure safety of learners
The skills you will have:
Good or outstanding teacher who is willing to share good practice, has innovative and effective teaching strategies to improve understanding and skills levels
Able to identify and address the differing needs of a wide range of learners
Able to use a range of teaching materials and resources
Good ICT, administrative and organisational skills
Able to develop effective relationships and motivate groups of learners
Good oral and written skills
Effective planning skills to deliver programmes of up to two years duration
Ability to work to deadlines
Ability to work with minimal supervision, often out-of-hours
The role itself:
The post holder is accountable to the Programme Lead Health Care & Education and will be required to work across other programme areas as required.
The role will require the development of positive working relationships with a wide range of organisations and partners locally and regionally to ensure the Service delivers a wide range of high quality learning opportunities across the County.
The post holder will participate in the planning and development of programmes and to carry out teaching and learning activities both face to face and through remote distance learning opportunities across the county .
The post holder will be required to supervise any learner support assistants allocated to their classes; prepare the learning environment including the handling and setup of specialist equipment, resources and materials as determined by the course; to guide and direct learners on their progress throughout their planned learning journey as well as possible progression options; to monitor and advise on learner’s welfare including safeguarding, health & safety; to work with the centre staff including management and subject sector leads.
The post may involve travel between centres and to employers premises including regular day time and evening working and the possibility of some weekend working. The working conditions could include classrooms, workshops / employers premises or in community venues. This may involve long periods of standing, manual handling, lifting, carrying and erecting of resources as well as some lone working before and after classes.
Listed below are the duties and responsibilities this role will be primarily responsible for:
To contribute to learner recruitment and selection including preparation of course descriptions and guidance and other marketing information as directed.
To attend enrolment and recruitment events and provide advice on suitability of courses for individuals.
To provide information, advice and guidance to prospective learners on the suitability of courses for learners and on wider issues connected with learning and work.
To carry out initial assessment of learners skills, interests and aptitudes and devise the individual learning plan and learning and personal goals with the learner.
To contribute to the development of resources and learning materials for courses.
To prepare schemes of work, lesson plans and associated materials taking into account the needs of individual learners, the need to promote English and maths across every curriculum area, and the promotion of safety, health, equality, diversity, safeguarding and sustainability.
To deliver good or outstanding teaching and learning, using innovative methods and e-learning and taking into account the needs of individual learners and support them to achieve their goals.
To plan for and deliver additional learning support, personalised learning or adjust teaching strategies to deal with learners with additional needs.
To implement assessment procedures that review and assess formative and summative progress of the learner and, where appropriate, to review learner’s progress with employers.
To prepare learners for examination or assessment.
Where directed, to act as a personal tutor or pastoral support to nominated individuals or groups of learners.
To promote as directed, the learner support and learner financial assistance available.
To promote progression into further learning opportunities for learners.
To maintain quality assurance records including course records and reviews, personal learner records, caseload reviews, group profiles and any other documentation as directed by the subject lead and service management.
To complete all learner data requirements required for the funding of the learner’s programmes including those associated with enrolments, learner agreements, attendance, withdrawals, completion, destinations and impact of learning.
To contribute to identifying and nominating learners for the annual Awards ceremony and provide case studies to aid the celebration of learner achievement.
To attend team meetings and other appropriate meetings as required including standardisation meetings with the subject lead in the relevant area.
To contribute to the self-assessment process and business improvement planning including contribution of views and evidence to support judgements against the Common Inspection Framework.
To participate in the Observation of Teaching, Learning and Assessment process and respond proactively to feedback and make improvements to teaching as identified.
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