FACULTY OF COMMUNITY STUDIES
HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LECTURER
Full Time (£25,878 – £33,838)
In addition, Employer pension contribution of between £6,127 to £8,012 per year
Total annual holiday entitlement of 50 days
Do you have expertise in Health or Care and are passionate about providing opportunity for educating the next generation of professionals?
We are seeking lecturers in health and social care who will deliver across our provision and provide course leadership for at least one of our full-time programmes. This post provides an excellent opportunity for either a qualified teacher, a graduate or a vocationally experienced professional interesting in pursuing a career as a health and social care teacher.
This role will allow you to deliver exciting and interactive teaching, learning and assessment whilst ensuring we provide an outstanding experience for all learners. You will become part of a great existing team who are committed to supporting every student to achieve their potential.
Health & Social Care is one of the largest departments in this highly successful Further Education College. Provision within the department supports learners from aged 16 to adult on qualifications at Levels 2 and above including BTEC, NCFE, Access to Higher Education and the Foundation Degree which we deliver in partnership with the University of Worcester. We also have a range of effective and innovative employer links across the region who support our students by offering industry placements, workplace visits and guest speaking.
The ideal candidate will already have a recognised teaching qualification at L5 or above or be willing to work towards this qualification. You’ll have relevant experience of working within Health and Social Care and a strong awareness of current developments in the field and be able to combine this with an ability to inspire others.
A comprehensive package of employee benefits is in place including a competitive salary, above average holiday entitlement, eligibility to join a defined benefit pension scheme with excellent financial contributions of 23.68 % by the College and pension death in service grant of 3 x salary, generous occupational sickness, maternity, paternity and shared parental leave pay schemes, high number of free on-site parking bays, access to a range of free CPD events, professional qualifications and recreational courses, flexible working policy, eye care voucher scheme, cycle to work scheme, wellbeing support, use of free on site gymnasium, reduced fees for on site children’s nursery, access to competitively priced food outlets, access to on site training restaurant and occasional free hairdressing and beauty treatments.
As one of the largest employers in Hereford we offer a friendly, honest and respectful working environment. We promote the safety and equality and diversity of our workforce and have a supportive approach to the development of our staff both on a personal and professional level.
Get in touch now and start your professional journey with Herefordshire and Ludlow College. For an informal discussion or to access more information please contact Jon Britton (Curriculum Team Leader) by emailing email@example.com
The college can support unqualified applicants to pursue teacher training and gain the Award and/or Diploma in Education and Training.
HLNSC is committed to equality of opportunity, safeguarding including the Prevent Duty and promoting the welfare of all learners and expects all members of staff to share this commitment. This position is subject to Safer Recruitment procedures which include criminal convictions checks, barred from working with children checks and any necessary overseas checks
Closing date: Monday 12th June 2023 at 9.00am
Interview date: Wednesday 14th June 2023