Mechanical Engineering Lecturer
Up to £40,000 p/a
We are working with an education provider in the Nottinghamshire area who are looking for a Mechanical Engineering Lecturer to join their team on a full-time and permanent basis.
The role will involve delivering Mechanical Engineering and CAD training (up to level 3) on the BTEC Extended Diploma at their main centre in Nottinghamshire. Learners would be aged between 14 and 19, although most of the teaching would be to the 16-18 age group.
The starting salary for this position is up to a maximum of £40,000 per annum (depending on qualifications and experience), which would also include a teachers' pension, and 13 weeks of paid holiday per year.
To be eligible for the position, you MUST have:
-A level 3 Mechanical Engineering qualification
-A teaching qualification
-Some experience of teaching Mechanical Engineering
-Experience of using CAD software
I am looking to set up interviews as soon as possible, so if you are interested and available for interview, please reply with your CV and daytime contact number and I'll get back to you, or you can always call me on (phone number removed).
Please feel free to pass on my details if you know someone who might be interested.
Boston Rose is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, applicants and clients to share this commitment. This role will involve work with under 18's or vulnerable adults. Any appointment will be made subject to strict vetting and screening checks and receipt of a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.
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