Vocational Studies Lecturer - Full-time
Pay: Dependent on qualifications & experience
Start Date: Sep 2017
Goldwyn Sixth Form College requires a full time Motor Vehicle Lecturer.
Goldwyn Sixth Form College is looking to recruit an enthusiastic and motivated lecturer, to be part of the team in Ashford. The ideal candidate will meet the high professional standards in teaching and learning in our motor vehicle department in order to ensure the student's knowledge, understanding and achievement is of the highest level within motor vehicle studies.
The post holder will teach and manage learning for a range of motor vehicle courses - Entry Level to Level 2 with small groups of young learners aged 16-25 who may have profound learning difficulties including AHD and SEMH. In addition the post holder will provide enrichment and taster courses to KS3 and KS4 students as required.
THE POST HOLDER WILL:
- Ensure high standards of student's attainment and progress in motor vehicle studies
- Promote high expectations and provide a safe and secure learning environment for staff and students in the vocational areas
- Contribute to curriculum and self-development
Salary dependent on experience and qualifications.
For an informal chat regarding this position, please contact Mr Steve Badder, Goldwyn Sixth Form Manager on Extn 273
The successful candidate will be subject to an Enhanced Check with the Disclosure Barring Service.
Please complete an application form and send with a covering letter and CV addressed to Mr R W Law, Principal, Goldwyn School.
Closing Date: 29/09/2017 at 09:00
Information about the school
The Goldwyn Education Group consists of:
Goldwyn School in Great Chart, Ashford
Goldwyn, Folkestone in Parkfield Road, Folkestone
Goldwyn College in Norfolk Drive, Ashford
Goldwyn Plus at Goldwyn Educational Studios in Beaver Lane, Ashford our alternative curriculum programme.
We cater for BESD students aged 11-16 years old and work towards providing environments where students experience:
- a sense of personal security
- respect and being valued
- supportive relationships
- sharing their lives with positive adult role models
- successful achievement boosting their self esteem
- wide opportunities to obtain academic and/or vocational qualifications
- chance to develop and exercise personal responsibility
Our aim is to reverse patterns of failure and ultimately encourage students to be the best that they can be.
Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.