Excellent terms and conditions and impressive benefits package, including access to an attractive Pension Scheme. Golden Hello Scheme and market factor supplements are also available.
•Are you an individual who wants to work for a College with an excellent local reputation and ambitious ideas?
•Do you want to see students’ progress from Level 2 through to Higher Education?
•Do you have experience in teaching Level 1 - Level 3 in general engineering with skills in machining, fitting and maintenance.
•Are you an experienced Mechanical Engineer who is ready for a new challenge?
•If you have answered ‘yes’ to any of the above, we want to hear from you.
Wigan and Leigh College are proud to be a Grade 2 Ofsted verified institution. We are now embarking on a journey to become ‘Outstanding’. The College has over 6,500 students and a turnover of £26m. The College is in a very strong position to achieve its ambitions.
We are now looking to recruit innovative and creative Engineers who possess excellent industry experience and knowledge. Our Mechanical Engineering Division delivers both full and part-time courses across a range of levels and also delivers professional updates to meet employer needs.
We strive to challenge and inspire students within our Centre of Excellence for Engineering, enjoying state of the art industry recognised equipment and resources.
The College welcomes applications from teachers and experienced industry professionals and will support applicants in gaining a recognised teaching qualification if required.
If you would like to discuss the role in further detail, along with your career aspirations, please contact the HR Department in the first instance 01942 761 554.
In return for your expertise, we offer an excellent benefits package including 40 days annual leave entitlement (in addition to statutory bank holidays), access to the Teacher Pension Scheme, family friendly policies and many opportunities to train and develop.
The College is only accepting direct applicants for this role, no agency contact is required.