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BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP - KETTERING
We have a great opportunity based at our Kettering campus for a Lecturer in Early Years to become a key member of our Care and Early Years department. As a Lecturer in Early Years, you will play a pivotal role in the success of our students through: Preparing...JOBSWORTH: £23,959 P.A.?
BASINGSTOKE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY - BASINGSTOKE
Course Director in Engineering Salary: Up to £41,041 dependant on experience and qualifications Extensive benefits package Location: Basingstoke College of Technology Campus, RG21 8TN Full Time (37 hours) - Permanent Are you an experienced Teacher with the ...JOBSWORTH: £26,520 P.A.?
HSDC - HAVANT
A Level Business Studies Lecturers (Havant Campus) Full Time and Part Time – 0.3 FTE Grade 5 - £29,616.58 - £35,995.07 depending on qualifications and experience (actual salary for 0.3 role – £8,884.97 – £10,798.52) Permanent We are looking for outstanding ...JOBSWORTH: £24,190 P.A.?
EKC GROUP - CANTERBURY
The Accounting Department is committed to creating a positive future for all its students. We are seeking a dynamic and forward thinking Lecturer of AAT who will contribute to the quality of the student experience and success. The department offers AAT levels ...JOBSWORTH: £23,960 P.A.?
ABINGDON AND WITNEY COLLEGE - ABINGDON
Engineering Lecturer £27,051 - £36,651 per annum With the potential of a market supplement, if appropriate 37 hours per week 52 weeks per annum Abingdon Campus Permanent Are you an experienced Engineering Lecturer looking for a new opportunity at an ...JOBSWORTH: £34,604 P.A.?
EKC GROUP - BROADSTAIRS
Ashford College is looking for a new Electrical Installation Lecturer to join the EKC Group. We ask that the successful candidate has qualified Electrical Installation status and a desire to pass on their knowledge to a new generation. An enhanced support and ...JOBSWORTH: £32,875 P.A.?
SOLIHULL COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY CENTRE - STRATFORD-UPON-AVON
We require a qualified and experienced Lecturer to teach on our BTEC Level 1 Sport course. The candidate must have experience of teaching a diverse group of learners with a range of needs at Level 1. Candidates should have recent proven experience in ...JOBSWORTH: £22,840 P.A.?
BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP - BEDFORD
The Bedford Sixth Form (BSF) are currently recruiting Teaching staff to join us in August ahead of academic year 2020/2021. As a Teacher with BSF you will play a pivotal role in the success of our students through: Helping students develop their skills and ...JOBSWORTH: £31,973 P.A.?
WEYMOUTH COLLEGE - WEYMOUTH
Lecturer in Functional Skills Maths To have responsibility for the organisation, development and teaching / tutoring and assessment of an agreed part of the College curriculum (Foundation Studies – Functional Skills Maths) A principal aim is to ensure ...JOBSWORTH: £27,893 P.A.?
LEEDS CITY COLLEGE - LEEDS
Leeds City College is part of the Luminate Education Group, and one of the UK's largest FE establishments with around 1440 employees and over 22,560 students. We offer a curriculum as diverse as our students within a vibrant and multicultural learning ...JOBSWORTH: £20,577 P.A.?
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