- Location: Falkirk
- £33,500 to £41,526 per annum, T9
- Hours: Part Time
- Contact: Please see description
- Reference: FVC00538
Lecturer - Construction (Civil Engineering)
0.35 FTE \12.25 hours per week
Fixed term until 26 June 2020
Base campus - Falkirk
The Department of Care, Sport and Construction wish to appoint an enthusiastic and dynamic Lecturer of Civil Engineering to work with learners across SCQF levels 6 and 7. We are looking for someone with relevant professional/industrial experience in Civil Engineering subjects and/or, with lecturing experience in these areas, preferably in a Further Education College, and possess a minimum qualification of a Higher National Certificate/Diploma (or equivalent) in a Construction/Civil Engineering /CAD related discipline.
You will be a confident, flexible, quality driven individual who has a sound technical, professional and operational experience in the subject area as well as good planning and organisational skills. You will have a professional approach to dealing with external organisations as well as the ability to coach and build a rapport with students, motivating them to participate successfully in vocational education and training. You will produce high quality learning, teaching and assessment materials, and deliver excellent teaching within the specialist area. You will work with others to develop new approaches to teaching, making use of learning technologies.
Ensuring that the curriculum is relevant and up-to-date, you will contribute to the development of elements of provision and enhance students’ learning through providing support. You will naturally have a strong learner focus.
Ideally, you will have experience of developing innovative teaching practice along with good organisational skills and evidence of appropriate ICT skills. You will also possess good knowledge and understanding of health and safety requirements and a sound understanding of quality standards. Ideally, you will have a Personal Development Award in Teaching, or have a willingness to work towards achieving this award. A valid current driving licence is essential.
Applications must be made online at myjobscotland.gov.uk