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Lecturer: Welsh Employability Skills / Health and Social Care

Afan CollegeNeath Port Talbot

As an equal opportunities employer NPTC Group of Colleges encourages applications from all sections of the community for the post of:

Lecturer: Welsh Employability Skills / Health and Social Care 

To deliver high quality teaching and learning of Welsh as an employability skill across a range of FE and HE programmes, creating a positive environment to enable all learners to reach their full potential in terms of academic, social and personal development. To work closely with subject specialists to design and deliver schemes of work and assessment plans which embed vocational Welsh development and assessment of the Welsh language as a customer service and employability skill within mainstream provision.

Salary: Associate Lecturer Scales 1 – 4, £21,136 - £24,943 per annum, pro rata.  Main Grade Scales 1 – UP1, £26,911 - £38,680 per annum, pro rata (for qualified lecturers).  

Hours of Work: Band A.  Annualised teaching hours: 699.6 – 835 (including occasional early mornings, evenings and weekends).

Contract: Permanent, Flexible Fractional.  

Location: NPTC Group of Colleges (initially based at Afan College).  

Qualifications: Candidates must have a level 6 qualification in a relevant discipline (degree or equivalent) and have relevant experience.  You must have a level 2 qualification in English and Maths (GCSE or equivalent).  Candidates must also hold a teaching qualification and be IT literate equivalent to level 2.  You must also have the ability to communicate in Welsh at a fluent level. 

Closing Date: 12 Noon, Thursday 6 January 2022  

The successful applicant will need to obtain a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure Check

For further details or to apply online please access www.nptcgroup.ac.uk.  

Alternatively, telephone 01639 648031 quoting ref 060122/LEC/WES/HSC/AH.   

We regret that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.  We welcome applications in Welsh and an application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.                      

No agencies please

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