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Main Grade Lecturer - Plumbing

The City of Liverpool CollegeLiverpool

The Role

Main Grade Lecturer - Plumbing

35 Hours per week

£24,705 - £34,765 (negotiation for outstanding candidate) 

An exciting opportunity exists for a talented and experienced Plumbing Lecturer to join the City of Liverpool College and play a leading role in realising our vision of being one of the top five colleges in the UK; renowned for its work with employers and the impact on economic growth. Working in our purpose-built modern Plumbing workshops, at our Vauxhall Road campus in Liverpool, you’ll be part of a team who encourage learners to unleash their full potential and be creative, through hands-on learning. You will have the ability to develop, prepare and maintain a safe and secure learning experience as well as working with young people to achieve their future potential.

The perspective candidate must have:

A Level 3 NVQ in Plumbing

Relevant industry experience

An Assessor qualification

A Teaching qualification

If you have experience of working in this field and a passion for sharing your knowledge and expertise, this position will be ideal for you. 


The Plumbing Department is an intergeral part of a leading and long-established Sustainable Construction & Building Services School that offers high quality courses from Level 1 up to Level 3 in Construction Craft and Building Services. In addition to this, we support local and national employers with short assessment courses such as;  ACS, 18th Edition Regulations, Unvented, Water Regulations, AM2, AM2s, AM2e and the Advanced Assessment of Competence. The central focus of our portfolio of courses is to ensure our students gain the practical skills and expertise that are necessary to forge a path of employment in the Construction and Building Service industries. In order to facilitate this, we have a dedicated team of experienced and outstanding lecturers, with an excellent working knowledge of Construction and Building Services.    

Further to this, staff provide a creative and supportive environment with a commitment to diversity and inclusion. Our departmental aim, above all else, is to help all students reach their fullest potential; both while they are studying with us, and when they leave to embark on their careers.


Department Values

We maintain that students are at the forefront of everything we do.

We set high standards and provide challenges that foster expertise, discipline and diligence.

We reward commitment & excellence in all aspects of College life.

We believe inclusiveness and diversity enriches learning in every way.

We innovate in order to inspire every student within College.


In return we can offer you excellent training on the job, a very generous holiday allocation of more than 50 days (plus bank holidays), average salary pension scheme and flexible working hours.

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