CIPD Tutor – Ref 1707126R2
Up to £28.03 per hour
Runshaw College is one of the most successful colleges in the country, renowned locally and nationally for our outstanding results, friendly and supportive culture and focus on putting the student at the heart of all that we do.
We value our staff and students highly, and invest heavily in their development, support and wellbeing. Situated in Leyland, Lancashire, the College is near the M6, M61 and M65 and within commuting distance of Manchester, Liverpool and the Lake District.
The School of Professional Studies and The Teaching School is based at The College’s Euxton Campus. We are now looking to recruit a part time teacher to join our highly successful CIPD teaching team. Runshaw College currently offers Level 3 and Level 5 CIPD Certificates and Diplomas and will offer HR Apprenticeships as part of this curriculum offer.
The provision has been graded Outstanding for a number of years with excellent outcomes and outstanding feedback from employers.
The post will require the successful candidate to work closely with the Head of School and the CIPD Course Leader to plan, develop, teach, assess and evaluate CIPD provision. An ability to deliver other Leadership and Management curriculum, including coaching, would be desirable, but is not essential for this post.
Effective continuous professional development is seen as central to the continuing success of the College and the creation of a ‘learning organisation’ where all staff constantly seek to learn from others and for reviewing practices is a major goal. Our CPL programme is outstanding and seeks to support and develop individuals including higher level study and action research opportunities.
Closing date is 12 noon, Friday 24th November 2017.
For further information and to apply, please visit www.runshaw.ac.uk/work-at-runshaw/current-vacancies and click on Vacancies. Alternatively, email HR@runshaw.ac.uk or call 01772 642004, quoting the vacancy reference number.
Runshaw College is committed to equal opportunities and safeguarding and promoting the health and welfare of all our learners.