Salary :£24,129-£26,762pa salary for unqualified Lecturers
£28,235-£37,243pa salary for qualified Lecturers.
Salaries inclusive of London Weighting
19 hours, 52 weeks
Capel Manor College is the only College in London that aims to deliver outstanding and inspirational and environmental land-based learning opportunities across the Greater London region. Our most recent Ofsted report rated the College "good" with good effectiveness of leadership and management. Aspiring to excellence, the College has an excellent reputation for quality, is financially strong and has continuous growth in student numbers. Fundamental to the College's forward-thinking strategy is support for the environment and food supply in Greater London and the southeast
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a part time Foundation Learning Lecturer at Mottingham and Crystal Palace
The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching on our Foundation Learning and 14-16 learning programmes. The ideal candidate will have experience in teaching 14-16 year olds, learners with learning difficulties and young people who have difficulty in engaging with mainstream education for a variety of reasons.
The ideal candidate will teach and assist with the co-ordination of all Foundation Learning activities, co-ordinate the assessment of the programmes and provide specialist advice relating to Foundation Learning activities and developments. They will also participate in and represent the area in enrolment and advice sessions, parents' evenings and student review meetings. The post holder will also participate in internal and external verification procedures, undertake examination and invigilation duties and any other duties of a similar nature as required by the Head of English, Maths and Foundation Learning.
What's in it for you?
We offer the opportunity to help develop your skills and knowledge in a friendly team environment, plus a range of benefits including a career average pension scheme (LGPS), employee assistance programme and full access to Capel Gardens.
Equality, diversity and inclusion
We are committed to creating and promoting a diverse and inclusive workforce that better reflects the wider community we support. We particularly welcome applicants from groups currently under-represented in senior roles, including females, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), people with disabilities and from the LGBTQ community.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of our students and expect everybody working for the College to share this commitment. We actively seek DBS clearance checks for applications of employment as part of our safeguarding procedures.