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Teacher: Carpentry and Joinery

Contract:
WNC Delivery (full and part time hours considered)
Salary:
£27,500 to £35,360 per annum
Closing:
19/05/2022

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

Start date:
ASAP

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and dynamic individual to be part of our Carpentry and Joinery team, to teach and assess across a range of programmes. You will plan, deliver and assess identified vocational programmes including commercial activities and drive developments within the area, supporting trainees to achieve on a range of programmes. Experience and skills in other trade areas that you can assess/teach would be advantageous such as property maintenance.

You will be a highly self-motivated, energetic and driven individual, encompassing a strong sense of autonomy. You will possess strong presentation and communication skills and be able to demonstrate achievement of targets.

It is essential to have industrial experience within the Carpentry & Joinery sector and preferable experience of teaching and or assessing within the training sector or FE environment. This is a hands on teaching and assessing role. You must be confident working with young people and willing to lead both practical and theory sessions onsite at our Construction and Building Services centre at Station Park.

This post carries a commitment of up to 836 delivery hours with flexibility to carry out assessments of apprentices as and when required.

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