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CIPD Hourly Paid Lecturer

CIPD Hourly Paid Lecturer

Wigan and Leigh College

Wigan

Salary:
Hourly Paid
Job type:
Part Time, Fixed Term
Apply by:
7 January 2018

Job overview

Join Wigan & Leigh College on our journey to outstanding   

Continually striving for excellence and a strong Grade 2 College, Wigan & Leigh College is well underway on its journey to become Outstanding. With over 6,500 students and a turnover of £26m, the College is in a strong position to continue to move forward and grow.     

The College has distinct ambitions to expand its choice of programmes and services to meet the needs of the local community and support the economic transformation of Wigan and surrounding areas.     

The College has created a community that encourages all students to enhance their learning through wider opportunities and support services; to maximise their achievements and secure progression onto further study and employment.   

Wigan & Leigh College are looking to recruit to its successful Business Department to a CIPD lecturing and second marker post.  

Currently evening delivery however flexibility will be required should timetables change.  

Support to gain a teaching qualification can also be considered for applicants from industry. 

 We are seeking to appoint a creative and qualified individual to teach CIPD and be a second marker/IV for assignment work. As a Lecturer within the Business & Management department, you will work as a member of a team to deliver co-ordinated, integrated learning programmes; ensuring learners receive a high quality learning experience and strive to maintain above average success rates in all areas. You will be expected to use innovation within your teaching and assessing, utilising e-learning opportunities where appropriate. 

 Ideal candidates will: 

 • Have up to date knowledge and/or a background in Human Resources.  

• Hold a relevant Human Resources qualification at Level 7.  

• Have previous experience delivering CIPD at Levels 3-7.  

• Have proven experience of providing outstanding support for learners.  

• Be flexible and self-motivated with a dedication to student achievement and high quality delivery and assessment.  

The College reserves the right to interview for this post should we receive suitable candidates prior to the closing date.    

The successful candidate will be required to apply for a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced check.    

The College is only accepting direct applicants for this role, no agency contact is required.

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About Wigan and Leigh College

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Wigan and Leigh College is a further education college in Wigan, Greater Manchester, which has been providing education and training locally for more than 150 years. It employs around 1,000 staff and has a student roll of about 17,000. Further education students can choose the A-level professional honours programme or vocational qualifications such as BTECs. An expanding higher education portfolio of foundation degrees, top-up degrees, higher nationals and certificates is available to adult students of all ages, both full-time and part-time. 

Wigan and Leigh College operates from several sites across the borough: the Parson’s Walk Centre, School for the Arts and Pagefield Centre are in Wigan, close to the town centre. The Image Centre and Leigh College are close to the town centre of Leigh. 

Principal 

Anna Dawe 

Values and vision 

Wigan and Leigh College aims to be a beacon of educational excellence, transforming the lives of the individuals and communities it serves.  Teaching and learning is at the heart of the college’s ethos. Equality and diversity are highly valued. The college and its students work in partnership with others to maximise the contribution made to local, regional and national economic development.   

Ofsted report

“Teachers engage enthusiastically in the development of their teaching skills and readily share good practice among themselves. Staff support learners with high needs exceptionally well so that they are included fully in the life of the college and develop good independent living skills.”   

View Wigan and Leigh College’s latest Ofsted report 

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