Uniformed Public Service Lecturer

£26,363 - £33,399 per annum

Posted 1 month ago | ref: 223711


Job Title: Lecturer in Uniformed Public Services (Physical Education)

Salary: Point 25- 31 £26,363 - £31,399 per annum depending on qualification and experience

Location: Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

QRS is working on behalf of an established Further Education College within the Cambridgeshire area and are looking for a Public Services Lecturer to start in August 2021 on a permanent contract.

The Uniformed Public Services department is going from strength to strength with increasing outcomes for learners and a highly careers focused learner experience. Applications and enrolments are strong and the existing team has a broad experience base to which you will make a positive contribution.

We are looking for a positive, team oriented individual with skills in the delivery and assessment of team sporting activities, physical fitness both practice and theory, and health and hygiene.

The role will include the preparation, delivery and assessment of qualification units, working with groups from Level 1 to Level 3, on our Uniformed Public Service programmes. The successful candidate may also take on tutorial responsibilities for one or more student groups. Attendance at curriculum meetings and College marketing events is required and there is an expectation that the candidate will support the Curriculum Leader in planning future activity, generating new ideas and resolving challenges.

The successful candidate will ideally have experience of working in an educational setting and have appropriate subject qualifications in sport and fitness.

If you are interested in this role or would like more details, then please apply now!

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