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Lecturer in Maths

City of Portsmouth College



£28315 - £41541/annum


Posted: 10/02/2024

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Job Title: Lecturer in Maths

Location: Highbury

Lecturer Qualified: £31,865 -£41,541 (Full-Time Equivalent)

Lecturers Unqualified: £28,315- £30,931 (Full-Time Equivalent)

Job Type: 0-hour contract - up to 18 hours, Part-Time, Fixed term until 31/07/2024

About City of Portsmouth College:

As the newly merged City of Portsmouth College, we aspire to be the employer of choice in the Portsmouth area, with a progressive, supportive, and rewarding workplace culture and one that offers competitive benefits for its staff. By joining us, you will personally be part of the change we are driving and will play a pivotal role in supporting the growth and development of our brilliant students, turning them into future leaders and innovators. Everyone at City of Portsmouth College is part of the bigger picture and together, each role makes an impact and in turn a difference to our students learning journey.

We have an unrivalled curriculum of courses on offer for students of all ages and stages covering A-levels, Apprenticeships, Vocational & Technical courses. We also offer Higher Education, Online learning and Community courses that appeal to the needs of the local community.

What we offer:

Annual Leave: 42 days, 8 days bank holiday and 8 days for winter closure
Teachers pension 23.68%
Learning & Development programmes by The Community Adult Education Department.
Onsite discounts: COPC Hair Salon & 50% off at the COPC Sports Centre.
Online discounts: Unidays, Student Beans and Totum with a COPC email address.
Free car parking across all campus sites.About the role:

The Lecturer is responsible to the Curriculum Manager for providing the high-quality teaching learning and assessment, pastoral and academic support and programme leadership that will enable the College to meet these broad objectives. Team working and communications within an overall approach that values people will be of key importance.

To deliver Maths qualifications to 16-19 year old learners alongside their vocational studies at our Highbury and North Harbour campuses. In addition to delivering to 19+ adult learners who wish to improve their mathematical skills and gain recognised qualifications. Students will study across a range of courses which include; Functional Skills Entry, Level 1, Level 2 as well as GCSE.

Key Responsibilities:

To teach on a range of programmes, providing high quality learning opportunities that meet the needs of individual students/apprentices and groups in line with the College's strategic priorities and objectives.
To provide flexible assessment opportunities and closely plan, monitor, track and record student/apprentice retention, achievement and success.
To contribute to the development and delivery of high quality, relevant curriculum and programmes. Curriculum Development responsibilities include:
Actively contributing to the development of new programmes within the curriculum area
Producing annual schemes of work and/or training plans for all subjects/programmes to be taught To be successful in this role, below is what we would need from you:

Degree or equivalent qualification in a relevant area
Experience of teaching/ training and assessing students with learning difficulties and disabilities at Entry Level in relation to Independent Living and Work Skills
Teaching Qualification in a relevant subject (QTS/QTLS)
Ability to meet targets within set timescales
Ability to work well in teams but also to work independently, with the minimum of supervisionDiversity and Inclusion

Equality, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion are central to the work of City of Portsmouth College. This underpins the vision of the College to transform lives through providing exceptional education and training.

The College's commitment to Equality, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion is reflected in the continued successful promotion of these strands through the curriculum, enrichment activities and the range of direct and indirect student support services.

Pre Employment Checks

The City of Portsmouth College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people in our college. All successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and two references.

We reserve the right the close the job advert when we have had successful applications, and it may not run for the full duration of the advert.

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