Careers at The City College
Interested in working at The City College? Already working? Please be advised that academic staff at The City College have freedom within the law:
- to question and test received wisdom; and
- to put forward new ideas and controversial or unpopular opinions;
without placing themselves in jeopardy of losing their jobs or any privileges they have at the college. Please contact the Principal if you need any further information.
Are you an innovative and exciting lecturer looking to develop your career? Do you have vocational experience you can share with our students? Can you can deliver the following Level 4 and 5 programmes?
- HNC / HND Healthcare Practice (RQF)
- HNC / HND Social and Community Work (RQF).
- HNC / HND Business (RQF)
- HNC / HND Hospitality (RQF)
- HNC / HND International Travel and Tourism (RQF)
- Diploma in Education and Training.
If so, The City College would like to hear from you! Programme details can be found here.
Duties will include writing assignments briefs, writing schemes of work, teaching, providing student feedback, marking assignments and assisting with internal verification. Lecturers also attend relevant meetings and participate in department and college-wide activities.
Negotiable, depending on skills and experience.
Part-time (up-to-four days a week and agreed according to staff availability and college needs).
To apply you must:
- Be educated to degree level (minimum)
- Have experience of teaching a relevant programme, ideally at level 4/5 or higher
- Have vocational experience in the sector (with up-to-date CPD)
- Be familiar with QAA and the UK Quality Code
- Have permission to work in the UK.
Applicants for health and the social and community work programmes should hold a recognised vocational or professional qualification in the relevant sector. A teaching qualification is preferred, or willingness to study for one. Familiarity in working with students whose first language may not be English is also preferred.
Applicants must be innovative, flexible, organised and possess a ‘can do’ attitude. Attention to detail, meeting deadlines and the ability to work under pressure are prerequisite, as is having an excellent command of English and excellent communication skills.
You can apply for this job by sending a full CV and supporting letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org – please ensure you write the name of the programme (or programmes) you can offer in the subject line of the email. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. No agencies.
The covering letter must demonstrate your knowledge, skills, experience and achievements, and explain why you are suitable for the role. Please state where you saw the advertisement.
The City College is committed to being an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all individuals who can fulfil the role.