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Teacher: Human Resources (CIPD) Employment Law – Sessional cover requirements including a Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday evening

Contract:
Delivery and fixed term
Salary:
£19.00 per hour with an additional payment made each month for the annual leave entitlement that is accrued in that month
Closing:
21/01/2021

Please note - applications close at 5pm on the stated closing date.

Start date:
ASAP

Do you have experience and knowledge in Employment Law?  Are you enthusiastic and passionate about this subject?  Would you like to help others learn the key components of employment law to enable them to apply it to their professional roles in HR?

If your answers to the above are yes, then please read on…

We are looking for a sessional Teacher in Employment Law who can teach on our CIPD Level 5 Qualifications.  You will require the knowledge and experience of employment law to teach on the level 5 courses and help our developing HR Managers to learn how to apply the legislation practically in their roles.  Ideally you will be working towards or hold a law qualification or relevant employment law specialist, have relevant experience of teaching or training others in this subject area to a set of learning outcomes.

Teaching Hours available:

2/03/2021 to the 20/04/2021:

Tuesday 1.30pm until 4.30pm plus preparation

(6 weeks x 4 hours)

12/05/2021 to 23/06/2021:

Wednesday evening 6pm-9pm plus preparation

(6 weeks x 4 hours)

Ideally you will have understanding of the professional apprenticeship standards and/or CIPD Level 5 criteria, or be prepared to develop this area of knowledge. Knowledge of the associated funding system and apprenticeship standards is an advantage.

You will be required to provide a supportive and professional environment that will aid the development of individuals and groups of students. You will be expected to be organised with excellent time management and administrative skills as well as being able to work positively.

You will hold an appropriate professional qualification (i.e. CIPD Level 5 or Legal relevant qualifications) and ideally be educated to post graduate level.  Possession of a relevant teaching qualification and experience of teaching will also be an advantage but not essential.

You will be a role model for college students and will work to professional standards.

This is an exciting and challenging role that would suit an individual who is flexible in their approach, highly motivated and passionate about the subject, further education sector and learning.

The role will require you to embed the college’s values; Respect, Integrity, Collaboration, High Expectations, Responsibility.

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