The college is proud to hold the Gold accreditation in the Investors in People framework. We have been assessed against the criteria of Leading, Supporting and Improving, and the Gold award means that the college has the right principles in place, and our people and leaders demonstrate a commitment to best practice, people management and personal development.
Sustainability is a key priority for Warrington & Vale Royal College, and we are committed to raising awareness and the implementation of sustainable practices in all aspects of college life. Sustainability principles are embedded across the college, and our sustainability action plan and committee are led by senior leaders to ensure that this remains a key focus.
Suitable candidates will have relevant professional qualifications and industrial experience in Electrical Installation to teach Levels 1 – 3 and Electrical Apprenticeships.
You will either have a recognised teaching qualification, or be willing to work towards a recognised teaching qualification. Through the Taking Teaching Further programme, the college is able to recruit applicants with industry experience to retrain as FE teachers. The programme will provide funding for the cost of the teacher qualification and full mentor support, provided by the college.
This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check and a Prohibition check.
Please note that it is college policy that referees of short-listed candidates will automatically be approached prior to interview. One reference should be from your current or most recent employer. In accordance with the Keeping Children Safe in Education Guidance, online searches will be conducted for all shortlisted candidates.
The college operates on 2 campuses – Warrington and Winsford.
Please note, our Lecturer main and upper pay scale is £24,913 to £38,732, with further incremental points for subject leader/additional responsibility.
Lecturer Job Description