£24,004 to £26,525 per annum (depending on experience and qualifications)
Full Time Permanent
Bishop Burton College is one of the leading land-based Colleges in the UK with strong and sustained growth in student numbers. We provide Further Education and Higher Education at our Campuses at Bishop Burton College near Beverley and at Riseholme College near Lincoln which includes a brand new Showground Campus featuring state of the art teaching environments, engineering workshops, sports facilities, world class laboratories and an industry leading animal management unit. At our Bishop Burton campus we have undergone a multi-million pound campus development programme including significant investment in state of the art teaching and learning facilities, sports facilities, a commercially run farm and an international standard equestrian facility.
Primarily based at the Beverley campus, but working across both sites, you will be joining a strong Further Education Equine department. We have sustained growth in student numbers, along with a diverse curriculum. As an enthusiastic Lecturer in Equine, you will be responsible for course management and quality improvement including lecturing to groups of students, lesson preparation, planning, marking of assessed work and writing examinations. You will also have knowledge required for teaching a range of Level 1, 2 and 3 modules including Land based Access to Higher Education. You may occasionally be required to work at the Riseholme College campuses.
Qualified to degree level in an equine related degree and an equine coaching certificate you will also have a Level 2 in both English and Maths or be willing to work towards this.
You must have relevant industry experience in equine science and management. Excellent communication skills are necessary alongside excellent interpersonal skills in order to positively engage with students and to further develop their interest in Equine. A teaching qualification is desirable, although not essential as we will support you in your teaching development.