Salary: £28,989 – £37,609

Hours per Week: Full Time

Location: Lewisham, SE4 1UT

A Lecturer in Early Childhood and Health Studies is required from August 2021 in the Early Childhood and Health Studies Curriculum Area due to growth and innovation.The ideal team member will be working within a dynamic team who are committed and passionate about the Early Childhood and Health Sectors, maintaining high standards of quality of teaching and learning. We welcome applicants from experienced teachers that have taught in FE on Levels 1- 2-3 or vocational experts in the field who have a strong background in the sector, ideally holding a Degree in Early Childhood, Social Work or Nursing who would be motivated and committed to undertake teacher training if required.

As a Lecturer in Early Childhood and Health Studies you will:

– Teach on courses as agreed with the Head of Curriculum- Act as Course Leader, when requested- Prepare and mark student work, monitor progress towards individual targets, keep records, IV and provide timely reports/reviews to students, parents, employers and College managers, as appropriate- Work closely with other colleagues to respond to the needs of students- Pay due attention to the principles of inclusive learning including: support for students with learning difficulties and disabilities; extension resources/activities for students of higher ability; general resources, including the use of Information Learning Technology- Contribute to the design, delivery and future planning and development of the curriculum including blended learning approaches- Contribute to the teaching/learning resource bank including e resources for the relevant subject/courses- Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments in the relevant subject/course- Develop and maintain effective external links related to the delivery of the subject/course and represent the College at relevant meetings.

Our ideal Lecturer in Early Childhood and Health Studies:

– Degree or equivalent professional qualification in relevant subject area to include Early Years Education, Nursing, Social Work and Health Care- Excellent teaching skills- Able to manage learners and learning effectively- Able to develop effective learning resources- Knowledge and understanding of current developments in the Early Years, Health and Social Care Sector- Supportive and positive approach to teaching and learning- Effective team player- Good administrative and organisational skills- Effective communication skills- Able to meet tight deadlines and handle pressure and a range of demands- Good-humoured, energetic and enthusiastic- Flexibility- Ability or willingness to use and develop Information Learning- Technology and other IT applications

At Lewisham College we have a large diverse student and staff body. We seek to serve our community and inspire our learners and staff to reach their potential. Equality, diversity and inclusion are a core part of the DNA of the college. As part of the national NCG Group of Colleges we have access to a wider range of benefits, learning communities and CPD opportunities. If you are looking for a change or perhaps considering a new career in teaching we would love to hear from you.