West Cheshire College

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Teacher Health & Social Care – Full-time & Part-time (06.01.17)

 

Department

Uniform Services, Health, Education and Wellbeing

 

Hours

Full-time and Part-time

 

Salary

£23,318 – £30,301 pro rata

 

Responsible To

Faculty Director

 

Closing Date

6th January 2017 (5pm)

 

Main Purpose

Are you looking for a full-time or part-time post Teaching Health and Social Care?

We are looking for experts in their field to join our team to enhance the delivery and co-ordination of our vocational students’ learning experience within the subject of Health & Social Care.  

We would expect you to be either a qualified Nurse, Health professional, Social Worker or have extensive experience of work experience within the sector.   You will be expected to contribute to the development, design, delivery, assessment and verification of Health & Social Care programmes, and teach on a range of Health & Social Care courses.

You will hold a teaching qualification.

Your application should tell us how you think you can contribute based on the above.

If you feel you meet the above requirements, then we would like to receive an application from you. 

Each employee is required to undergo a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check and must commit to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

The closing date for completed applications to be received electronically to recruitment@west-cheshire.ac.uk or by post to Organisation Development & HR, Ellesmere Port Campus, Off Sutton Way, Ellesmere Port, CH65 7BF is 5pm on 6th January 2017.


Teacher Motor Vehicle (05.01.17)

 

Department

Motor Vehicle

 

Hours

37

 

Salary

£23,318 – £30,301

 

Responsible To

Programme Leader

 

Closing Date

5th January 2017 (5.00pm)

 

Main Purpose

 

We are looking for a Motor Vehicle Teacher to join our team at our Chester Campus.

The successful candidate will have relevant industry experience and an ability to deliver to students from a wide range of age groups and with a range of skills levels, from schools programmes through to apprentices as well as delivering training to employees from industry.

The ideal candidate will have a Teaching qualification (although training can be given) and previous experience in teaching IMI Entry Level – Level 3 is desirable.

Each employee is required to undergo a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check and must commit to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

 

Your application should tell us how you think you can contribute based on the above and the Job Description and Person Specification below. If you feel you meet the above requirements, then we would like to receive an application from you.

Should you wish to apply for this post, you need to complete the Application Form and the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form, which should be submitted either electronically to recruitment@west-cheshire.ac.uk, or by post to Organisational Development & HR, West Cheshire College, off Sutton Way, Ellesmere Port, CH65 7BF by 5pm on 5th January 2017.


Teacher Electrical/Mechanical Engineering (05/01/17)

 

Department

Engineering

 

Hours

37

 

Salary

£23,318 – £30,301

 

Responsible To

Programme Leader

 

Closing Date

5th January 2017 (5pm)

 

Main Purpose

We are seeking an experienced and innovative Teacher in Electrical/Mechanical Engineering to join our Engineering team.

The Engineering area delivers a range of full-time and part-time programmes as well as a number of contracts with established employers and high standards of professionalism and expertise are required.

Qualified to HNC in electrical/mechanical engineering, the successful candidate will have relevant industrial experience and an ability to deliver to students from a wide range of age groups and with a range of skills levels, from schools programmes through to apprentices as well as delivering training to employees from industry. A proven track record in delivering in electrical/mechanical engineering and a willingness to be innovative in course organisation and delivery are desirable.

The successful candidate will teach across the electrical/mechanical engineering disciplines and we are particularly interested in candidates who can offer any of the following areas, however this is not an essential criteria for this role:

·         Electrical & Electronic Principles at Level 3, 4, 5

·         Electrical Technology at level 3

·         Electrical Installation at level 2 and 3

·         PLCs at level 3 and 4

·         Mechanical workshop – Milling, Turning, Welding & Fabrication.

Each employee is required to undergo a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check and must commit to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

Your application should tell us how you think you can contribute based on the above and the Job Description and Person Specification below.  If you feel you meet the above requirements, then we would like to receive an application from you.

Should you wish to apply for this post, you need to complete the Application Form and the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form, which should be submitted either electronically to recruitment@west-cheshire.ac.uk, or by post to Organisational Development & HR, West Cheshire College, off Sutton Way, Ellesmere Port, CH65 7BF by 5pm 5th January 2017