Lecturer in English

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Full Time
Education and Training
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Education and Training
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Job Description

Are you an experienced English Lecturer?

Do you have relevant teaching qualifications and are looking for a part-time role with an established college?

Lecturer in English

Hours; Part time (15hrs per week, all year round)

Duration; Permanent

Salary; Up to £31,413 (£12,735 pro-rata) per annum + benefits (depending on qualifications & experience)

Location; Rotherham


About the Role


The role of lecturer is to equip our students with skills for their future through the delivery of outstanding education and training and inspire students to achieve their potential. This role offers you the opportunity to do this every day. It is the job satisfaction that comes from this that makes a teaching role special.The key roles of a Lecturer are to deliver excellent teaching each year, completing the relevant preparation and marking that supports this, and to set SMART targets to enable students to reach their potential.


The Company


Our client is committed to providing high-quality education and training and to providing the best possible experience for all their students and stakeholders.  With considerable investment in new facilities and their goal to achieve becoming an outstanding provider of education and training, this is a great time to join the organisation!

If you are looking to work in a friendly, progressive organisation that makes a positive difference, and be supported and developed to enhance your skills and build a successive career, then working for our client will be a great opportunity for you where you will help our client achieve their exciting plans for the future.



  • Teach and assess on a range of courses and learning programmes, appropriate to your skills and qualifications. You will undertake all necessary planning, preparation and assessment to ensure excellent teaching and learning occurs
  • Undertake the necessary administrative tasks associated with your role, which include learner registration, attendance, record keeping, tracking, and reporting and for most 16-18 learners, liaison with parents and guardians
  • You will be expected to meet normal demands of an Academic Calendar including the production of Schemes of Work, planning for lessons and meeting Quality and awarding body requirements
  • Prepare students for higher levels of study (including Higher Education) and vitally for the world of work, developing specific vocational work and employability skills through the curriculum, and by using external/internal links
  • Work with the Personal Development Coordinators and course team to facilitate our learner enrichment activities and actively promote work experience opportunities in conjunction with Work Experience Officers
  • As well as teaching, Lecturers play an important role in providing pre and on-course guidance that supports learners through to successful outcomes. You will therefore undertake activities which will include learner interviews and enrolment, and other marketing and public relations activities associated with the course. This may include liaison with parents and guardians’ schools, industry, the community and other organisations to identify requirements, promote the College and recruit learners
  • Have overall responsibility of the academic and pastoral care of a group or groups, which will include the arrangement of support requirements for students in communication with your Curriculum Team Leader. 
  • Keep up to date records and have responsibility for all relevant student information, both pastoral and academic, e.g. Attendance, punctuality, support needs, tracking of assignments/tests, unit completion etc.
  • You will set targets using an electronic individual learning programme (eILP) for each student
  • Academic rigour, transparency and validity are vital. All work carried out must satisfy external body requirements and be in line with College policy and procedure. You will prepare relevant submissions and liaise with accrediting bodies. You will also undertake Internal Quality Assessment / Moderation duties to implement College Quality Assurance processes and procedures for learning programmes.
  • You will be required to organise your work to meet the requirements of your role to maximise your effectiveness and delivery of the below key objectives.
  • Recruiting the ‘Right Students to the Right Course’ in sufficient numbers to provide students with good experiences for learning and to ensure programmes can be sustained by making a financial contribution to the Department.
  • Ensure the achievement of all quality assurance measures (which includes meeting all awarding body requirements and engaging in internal verification processes).

 Benefits and rewards package

  • Access to teachers pensions scheme
  • Up to 50 days annual leave per year including closure during Christmas period
  • Access to our gyms, restaurants and salons
  • Staff health & wellbeing and benefits schemes including in-house Occupational Health service
  • Full, part time and flexible working hours available in many roles
  • Parking available at all of our site
  • Fantastic career development opportunities including funding for teacher training, apprenticeships and various other industry recognised qualifications

 To find out more about the position, please apply and we will be in touch to discuss the role in more detail.


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