Swedish lecturer (URGENT)
Job Title: Hourly Paid Lecturer: Swedish
Location: Based at 61 Westminster Bridge Road Site. The post-holder may be required to carry out duties at other College sites.
Grade: Grade H currently £31.49 incl. of holiday pay and preparation time per hour
Hours of work: 3.5 hours per week on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6pm to 9.30pm
Responsible to: Programme Manager (PM)
Responsible for: No line management responsibility
Division: Languages Job Purpose To plan, design, deliver, assess, evaluate and manage classroom activities within the designated subject area(s), in order to maintain the highest levels of quality assurance in the teaching and learning of students.
1. To teach the stipulated number of hours per week in a flexible and creative way, utilising ILT as appropriate and meeting both the needs of the learners and the course requirements. Deputise for absent colleagues as and when the need arises.
2. Follow College and Departmental quality assurance procedures by maintaining up-todate group profile, course outline forms, lesson plans, schemes of work, assessments of learner’s progress and achievement, evaluation data on course activities and tutor course reports.
3. Undertake course administration including maintaining a course register and checking learners’ enrolment status.
4. Provide induction and advice and information to learners on the requirements of the course programme and possible progression routes.
5. Work co-operatively with the curriculum area including supporting the Head of School (HoS) and PM in promotional and marketing activities for the Department and the courses that you teach and participating in departmental curriculum development on a yearly basis.
6. To keep up to date in your specialist area, and seek to develop new skills in response to changes.
7. To, where appropriate assist in the preparation of learners for entry into relevant examinations.
8. To attend relevant training and meetings as required.
9. To be committed to Continuous Professional Development (CPD), keeping up-to-date and meeting any annual requirement for CPD required of you professionally.
10. To contribute to the effective management and promotion of equality and diversity, this includes using teaching materials and methods that are relevant to a diverse student group.
11. All tutors are expected to adhere to the professional standards for teachers and trainers in education and training as developed by The Education and Training Foundation.
12. All staff are expected to successfully meet criteria set out in the Staff Competencies Framework.
13. To work in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act and College safeguarding procedures, ensuring the College is a safe environment for staff, students and visitors.
14. To work at all times in accordance with Morley College’s policies and procedures.
15. To carry out such duties as may be required from time to time by the college that are appropriate to the grade of the post. Working Relationships & Contacts The postholder will, for the most part, work independently but will be responsible to the PM and will be in regular liaison with the Departmental Administrator. On occasion the postholder will attend meetings with other tutors who work within the Curriculum area and the wider college.
Deadline date 10th November!
More information can be found here: Work at Morely college