Sandwell College has an amazing new opportunity to recruit three highly motivated and enthusiastic Lecturers in Health and Social Care. You will contribute to the process of continuous improvement in the quality of teaching and learning, whilst also taking responsibility of courses and course tutorship including personal tutoring. It is essential that you hold a Certificate in Education, or Level 5 Teaching Qualification, along with the relevant occupational experience.
The three vacancies we have available are as follows:
•x1 Lecturer in Health and Social Care - Full Time (37 hours) Permanent
•x1 Lecturer in Health and Social Care - Part Time (18.5 hours) Permanent
•x1 Lecturer in Health and Social Care - Full Time (37 hours), Fixed Term (Until end of 2019 academic year
Within the additional information section of your application please can you kindly and clearly specify which of the three Health and Social Care vacancies you are applying for and also include whether you will be happy to accept a secondary offer should this be an option.
How to Apply?
Please go to our vacancies page by using the web address below, http://www.latestvacancies.com/sandwell/, where applications should be submitted online. For further information you can also find and download a copy of the job description/ person specification by clicking on the job title. We reserve the right to close this vacancy early should we receive an overwhelming response
Closing Date: Friday 21st September 2018
Sandwell College is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. All appointments are subject to a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service checks. We aim to develop a workforce that reflects the diverse community we serve and positively encourage applications form all.
If you are keen to help us drive the college forward to ensure an excellent experience for our students, then we would love to hear from you! We are able to offer you generous holidays, an excellent pension scheme and outstanding college facilities