Lecturer: Computing and Digital Technology
NPTC Group of Colleges
Hours: Band A. Annualised hours: 699.6 – 835 (including occasional early mornings, evenings and weekends)
Basis: Fixed term until 1 July 2025
Salary: Associate Lecturer Scales 1 – 4, £21,506 - £25,380 per annum, pro rata. Main Grade Scales 1 – UP1, £27,382 - £39,357 per annum, pro rata (for qualified lecturers)
How to apply:
For further details or to apply online please access www.nptcgroup.ac.uk.
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As one of our lecturers at NPTC Group of Colleges you will carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of learning programmes as appropriate.
- To develop and teach/deliver modules on a range of community and college based IT programs: Is able to deliver or has experience of a wide range of ICT areas including the Microsoft Office package (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher), Office 365, and vocational computing and IT programs;
- To promote and deliver additional qualifications within the curriculum;
- To play a key role in the development of the curriculum;
- To work effectively within course teams;
- To liaise with colleagues and external organisations as required;
- To assess and verify learners’ assignments and course work;
- To monitor and provide reports on learner progress as required;
- To demonstrate commitment towards pastoral care and academic progress of learners and provide appropriate guidance for progression;
- To attend regular meetings as required eg. course team, Quality, learner reviews, parents’ evening and INSET events;
- To complete administrative procedures as required eg. class registers, statistical returns, examination entries etc;
- To play an active role in marketing, recruitment and enrolment;
- To play an active role in internal moderation/verification and Quality issues;
- To help to develop and organise appropriate educational visits and events, as required;
- To undertake candidate workplace assessment duties, as required.
Skills & attributes:
Our ideal applicant will have a teaching qualification, although training may be provided, along with a level 6 qualification (degree or equivalent) in the subject area and have relevant experience. Level 2 qualifications in Maths and English are also required (GCSE or equivalent). With the impact the digital world is having on teaching and learning candidates must be IT literate equivalent to level 4.