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Lecturer in Adult ESOL
DEPARTMENT OF ADULT AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT LECTURER IN ADULT ESOL Salary: £27,269 34,810 per annum pro rata Various hours available enquire now Going from STRENGTH to STRENGTH As an anchor institution in our city, Stoke on Trent College is on an upward trajectory with continued good to outstanding financial health. Were driving forward our excellence agenda to fulfil our promise to help our learners to access and achieve their aspirations. Our success is through Our People Help students flourish at college by enhancing their language skills. Its a chance to work with a diverse mix of mature students with English as a second language. Well look to you to develop learning plans for individual learners, and monitor progress, attendance, and punctuality. A confident team player, youll also undertake administration to ensure the smooth running of your course and collaborate with colleagues on the preparation of course materials. Youll come to us with a recognised ESOL qualification, such as CELTA or Trinity TESOL, together with a proven track record of developing the ESOL curriculum. A teaching qualification such as the CTLLS (CET), Cert Ed, PGCE or DTLLS (DET) would be desirable. Naturally, youll have a commitment to diversity and equality of opportunity with a sympathetic and flexible approach to supporting students to achieve their full potential. We offer a fantastic reward package also, which includes: Enhanced leave policies including 39 days annual leave plus bank holidays A competitive pension scheme Support for Continuing Professional Development Health-related benefits including individual health care plans Access to a state of the art gym On-site nursery and on-site free parking On-site restaurant facilities and FREE breakfasts (cooked breakfast or continental options) Closing date for applications, is: 13thSeptember 2022 and interviews will take place on TBC. The College is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from all sections of the community. The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. All our roles are subject to an Enhanced DBS