Lecturer in Civil Engineering/Built Environment (Level 3-6)
Up to £37,443 per annum pro rata
Flexible and varied working arrangements that can be a combination of FT/PT/Unit specific/Staggered hours/Compressed hours
Up to 35 hours per week, up to 23 hours teaching and 12 hours prep, marking and other duties
Are you keen to share your skills, knowledge and experience with future generations of civil engineers? Are you interested in a rewarding career in education?
We are seeking to recruit a Lecturer in Civil Engineering/Built Environment and are looking for industry professionals who are able to demonstrate passion and enthusiasm for Civil Engineering and the Built Environment and have the ability to encourage and inspire young people.
Required to teach on our Level 3-Level 6 Civil Engineering and the Built Environment, you should have relevant up-to-date industry experience, supported by a relevant Degree or equivalent. There will also be an opportunity to help develop the curriculum for the new T Level in Design, Surveying and Planning and the occupational specialism of Civil Engineering/Built Environment which commenced in 2020. You should also have a Level 2 qualification (or equivalent) in Maths and English, and a commitment to achieving a teaching qualification within a specified timeframe.
If you are looking to move into education as part of your career plan, or have industry related skills and experience which could be transferrable, providing you are the right candidate for the job, we will provide you with an excellent level of support to guide you through your training and development and to gain the required qualifications.
In return we can offer you a team environment that is committed to giving our students the best experience possible to enable them to work competently and confidently out in industry.
This post is based at Suffolk New College Ipswich campus however Suffolk New College is a multi campus site therefore you may be required to work at and travel between campuses.
For further information, please visit www.suffolk.ac.uk