Lecturer in Electrical installations

Job Description

Lecturer- Electrical Installations
Temporary- Maternity Cover
Rate- Hourly rate up to £37 per hour
Hours: 22.5 increasing to 37 hours per week

Pertemps are thrilled to be working with a well known client in the Worksop area to recruit for a Lecturer in Electrical Installations. This candidate will play a vital role in enriching the apprentice and employer journey by providing expert skills coaching and tutoring. As a subject matter expert, you will design and deliver engaging teaching sessions, empowering apprentices to excel in their end point assessment.

Duties of the Lecturer- Electrical Installations
  • Develop engaging and informative teaching sessions that align with health standards, fostering the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and desired behaviours among learners.
  • Provide personalised coaching and skill enhancement, offering constructive feedback to ensure apprentices successfully complete their End Point Assessment (EPA) in a timely manner.
  • Conduct regular tripartite reviews involving the apprentice's line manager/mentor, ensuring all parties are aligned for the successful completion of EPA within the designated time frame.
  • Support the progress of apprentices by conducting on site workplace visits, guiding them in the creation of showcase evidence such as observations, reflective accounts, and professional discussions, all meticulously documented in the e-portfolio system, OneFile.
  • Identify and report any operational issues that may impede learner progression to the appropriate line manager for resolution.
  • Set achievable tasks and provide ongoing support to apprentices throughout their journey, including preparation for functional skills assessments.
  • Assist employers in understanding and fulfilling their responsibilities regarding both on-the-job and off-the-job training requirements for apprentices.

Requirements of the Lecturer- Electrical Installations
  • Previous experience working in the Electrical Installation field
  • Possession of a vocational qualification at Level 3 or higher, along with relevant teaching and assessing qualifications (or willingness to attain them).
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to effectively convey complex concepts in a clear and understandable manner.
  • Commitment to promoting equality, diversity, and inclusion within the college community.

For more information, please contact Pertemps on 0191 3000513.