Part Time – Evenings (Wednesday and/or Thursday) 3 Hours per evening
Hourly Paid Contract
AAT Specialist Tutor – AAT Levels 2-4
£25-£30 per hour, dependent on level of AAT delivery
This is an excellent opportunity for an Accounting Lecturer, or an experienced Accountant who wishes to work in education, to join a highly successful team as a part-time lecturer teaching and supporting students of all ages on Level 2 to Level 4 AAT Accounting courses.
You should be a skilled communicator, have excellent organisational skills and ideally have experience of teaching or training. If you do not already have a recognised teaching qualification, you should be prepared to work towards this and be able to demonstrate a wide range of both academic and practical skills.
Seevic College are looking for suitable candidates with specialist AAT experience teaching in the evening between 6.30pm to 9.30pm on Wednesday and/or Thursday evenings. We are offering excellent pay rates between £25 and £30 per hour. Positions starting end of September.
Ideally you will have:
· A recognised teaching qualification
· A minimum of AAT Level 5 qualification
· A good level of English and Maths equivalent to Level 2
· Recent experience of teaching AAT – Levels 2 to 4
· Excellent subject knowledge within accounting
· A proven track record of consistently good/outstanding teaching
· The ability to engage different learners through a range of teaching resources
You must have excellent organisational, planning and time management skills, with strong communication and interpersonal skills. Self motivation and the ability to work independently as part of a team with an enthusiastic approach is essential.
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The closing date for the above post is Tuesday, 25 July 2017
Unfortunately, we are not able to give feedback to un-shortlisted applicants. If you are successful, we will contact you by email or phone.
Seevic College is an equal opportunities employer and values diversity. All appointments are based solely on the merit and abilities of each applicant regardless of age, gender, marital status, religion, sexual orientation, ethnic origin or disability. The welfare of our students and staff is paramount. We are committed to safeguarding (including the prevention of radicalisation). The successful applicant must be able to demonstrate a commitment and knowledge in these areas and will be required to undertake appropriate checks as part of the recruitment process including DBS and referencing, as well as providing proof of your right to work in the UK. See our website for further information and updates of any other vacancies