Lecturer- Aeronautical Engineering

Lecturer- Aeronautical Engineering

Job Title: Lecturer- Aeronautical Engineering
Salary: £29,500- £36,800 plus market supplement of £5,000 plus £4,000 welcome bonus
Location: Bristol

Aeropeople are currently recruiting for a Lecturer- Aeronautical Engineering on behalf of our client based in Bristol.
Our client is one of the largest further and higher education establishments in the South West. They offer a range of academic and vocational courses and are now looking to hire a resilient, enthusiastic and proactive Aeronautical Engineering lecturer to work within the Aeronautical Engineering team. You will be teaching a range of Aeronautical courses including EASA part 66 B1, A licence and City and Guilds courses.
You will be ensuring that lesson plans, schemes of work, course material and practical activities are relevant and appropriate which consider the different learning styles and issues such as equality, diversity and inclusion.
This is a permanent position working 37 hours per week of which 24 hours will be teaching.

Main Responsibilities:

• Deliver high quality teaching and learning, and associated tutorial duties, to meet the needs of students
• Deliver effective Schemes of Work, Assessment and Lesson Plans which are flexible to student needs and which address and embed English, Mathematics, functional skills and equality/diversity, taking into account the learning needs of individual students
• Drive and inform the design and development of programmes to increase success rates
• Ensure use of appropriate high quality learning resources to provide stretch and challenge to learners
• Ensure assignment briefs and all forms of assessment are internally verified prior to the start of the programme and that assessment is varied and meets the needs of individual students.
• Ensure all assessed and marked work is returned in a timely manner clearly identifying areas for development.
• Ensure and maintain an environment of high expectation and engagement, inspiring the students to achieve the best possible outcomes
• Take responsibility for the support of students and provide appropriate and timely information and guidance, to enable them to succeed
• Actively evaluate all aspects of curriculum delivery, with colleagues, making appropriate in year and end of year changes to increase student success take responsibility for the progression of students through active monitoring of student progress and evaluation of learning outcomes with a focus on raising students’ retention and achievement rates
• Ensure completion of student ILP’s, in setting long term goals and short term targets
• Deliver tutorial activities to engage students, check progress and encourage students to take responsibility for their own learning, using appropriate benchmarking tools to ensure that students progresses is ‘adding value ‘ to their previous achievements
• Positively seek out benchmarks and other measures of success and actively work towards and if possible exceed individual achievement objectives and success measures
• Take responsibility for seeking out methodologies and resources in support of high quality teaching and learning
• Be responsible for moderation and verification at key times throughout the year
• Complete administration associated with the role, accurately maintaining relevant tracking documentation and providing reports as required
• Ensure accurate attendance records with follow up on attendance and punctuality
• Be responsible for the development and maintenance of definitive course files
• Ensure student information is captured correctly, at enrolment and throughout the year, including learning aims, achievement and changes to learner information including learner withdrawal, transfer and programme completion
• Deliver feedback on progress to students and other relevant stakeholders
• Be active in the marketing and promotion of curriculum provision including contributing to marketing materials and attending promotional events
• Deliver effective interview and initial assessment activities which ensure student’s suitability for courses; giving impartial and professional advice , which meets their educational and vocational needs

• A generous holiday entitlement of 35 holiday days (plus bank holidays and 10 closure days)
• Membership to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme with employer contributions of 23.68%
• Up to 30% off courses with the University of the West of England
• Great discounts on hair and beauty treatments offered on site
• Family-friendly policies including flexible working, compassionate leave, maternity, paternity and adoption leave, parental leave and job share
• Excellent facilities including study centres, City Salon, multi-faith prayer rooms, bike storage, City Restaurant, refectories
• Cycle to work scheme
• A variety of online shopping discounts and offers and cash health plan
• Plus a supportive package to ensure continuous professional development.

About You:

• Qualified to degree level or equivalent professional qualification
• Teaching qualification (or preparedness to achieve one during the first two years’ service)
• Relevant industry and/or vocational experience, in the subject specialism to be taught
• Knowledge of current employment trends and required employability skills in the specialism to be taught
• Evidence of recent and up to date continuous professional development in the specialism to be taught
• Knowledge of arrangements for safeguarding children and young people
• Good oral and written communication skills
• Excellent interpersonal and networking skills
• Good planning and organisation skills
• Good analysis, problem solving and decision-making skills
• Ability to commit to the values, in particular around embracing diversity and the welfare of students
• Ability to commit to continuous professional development, including engagement with relevant workplaces (industrial updating) linked to subject specialism
• Ability to use IT at a level commensurate with job role
• Willing to work flexibly, including evenings and weekends. As well as regionally/nationally, including working away from home

About Aeropeople:

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