Public Services/Sport Lecturer Location: Fareham College, Hampshire Salary: Unqualified rate: £20,763 - £29,914 per annum pro rata: Qualified rate: £23,878 - £34,346 per annum pro rata Hours of Work: Part time (15 hours per week) Contract Type: Permanent Closes on: Wednesday 20 March 2019 Fareham College offers brand new state of the art facilities comprised of workshops, teaching classrooms, learning resource centres, restaurants, a theatre, a hair & beauty salon and associated facilities. In November 2017, the College received an ‘Outstanding’ judgement in its latest Ofsted inspection, making it only one of three colleges in the country to have converted to the highest grade in more than two years. It doesn’t stop there; we were awarded FE College of Year 2018 and “Most Improved Workplace” in Britain’s Healthiest Workplace Awards 2017. The successful candidate will be a member of a team of over 300 academic and business support staff. We pride ourselves on providing the very best technical and professional training to set our students on the path to exciting and rewarding careers. The Sport and Public services department are looking for a lecturer to join their high achieving team. Previous experience working in the sport or public services sectors would be beneficial along with teaching in an FE environment. The ideal candidate will have excellent team working skills, good behaviour management techniques and a positive attitude towards supporting young people to achieve their goals. The College may be considering setting up an Army Cadet Force or a Combined Cadet Force and therefore knowledge and experience in these areas may also be beneficial. We welcome applications from the Further Forces programme. If you are looking to share your knowledge with young people in a rewarding and exciting learning environment we would love to hear from you. Duties Classroom teaching, tutorial work and associated outreach duties, residential, open and distance learning courses and student placements All associated organisational and administrative work, preparation and marking and appropriate student welfare and academic counselling responsibilities Acting as a Personal Tutor to students as required and undertaking all of the associated duties including pastoral care support Implementing all college policies relating to the management of learning and teaching and quality Working with the Head of Department on the Evaluation and Review of the curriculum and its activities Ensuring that all student reviews are of the best possible quality Knowledge/Skills/Experience Required Level 2 qualifications in Literacy & Numeracy Level 3 qualification in the relevant area of expertise (or commitment to achieving this in the required timeframe) Relevant degree and/or appropriate level professional qualifications Ability to communicate effectively with a diverse range of people at all ages and levels Benefits package 50 Days Annual Leave pro rata, Teachers Pension scheme, Free on-site gym, Staff lounge, Staff development opportunities, Staff recognition scheme, Employee Recommendation Incentive and access to many more benefits. Interview Date: TBC Follow us on LinkedIn and view our latest company updates. Safeguarding The College is committed to safeguarding and promotes the welfare of all learners. It expects all staff to share this commitment. All successful applicants will be required to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring (DBS) check and to provide proof of their eligibility to work in the UK.