AAT Part Time Lecturer (Tutor), Full Time hours considered

Type: Permanent

Date Posted: 45012

Closing Date: 45027

Location: Burton upon Trent, DE14 3RL

Salary: £16.76 to £20.19 per hour

AAT Part Time Lecturer (Tutor), Full Time hours considered

AAT Part Time Lecturer (Tutor), Full Time Hours consideredPart Time, 12 hours per weekHourly Paid, £16.76 – £20.19 per hourBurton on Trent, Town Centre Campus
Who are we looking for?
Burton and South Derbyshire College are looking for an AAT Part Time Lecturer to join our Business and Accounting Team. Full time hours will be considered and paid on a salary basis. Please express your preference to hours and availability in your application, there will be an opportunity for discussion at interview.
The successful candidate will be required to play a key role in delivering excellent learning experiences to learners on AAT accredited programmes, ranging from Level 2, Level 3 and Higher Education provision in the area of Business Enterprise. You will be required to plan, deliver and assess as a Part Time Lecturer, whilst co-ordinating exams for a range of outstanding employer responsive AAT qualifications.
Applicants should be qualified to, or willing to work towards, Level 2 English and Maths (evidence of qualifications required).
For more information please contact human.resources@bsdc.ac.uk
Why come and work for us?Burton and South Derbyshire College value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant:

Generous pension schemes for academic and support staff
Generous holiday plans
Free Employee Assistance Programme
Flexible working policies
Competitive maternity, paternity and adoption leave
Excellent staff training programme, including two staff development days per year
On-site nursery with Good Ofsted rating
Cycle to Work Scheme
Free annual eye tests
Access to our onsite gym
Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry, our Mulberry Bistro and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon

Burton and South Derbyshire College are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture and you should share those values. We would welcome applications from all candidates, including under-represented groups in respect of age, disability, sex, gender or gender identity, ethnicity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation or transgender status which would reflect our diverse community.
The College is registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service and the successful applicants for this post will be required to apply for the Disclosure at the enhanced level. In addition, internet searches will be undertaken in accordance with the KCSIE guidance. The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We are committed to a sustainability agenda and are working hard towards achieving a net zero environmental impact. We aim to embed this in our culture with our staff, learners, visitors and suppliers all expected to show dedication towards reducing our carbon footprint.
The closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon, Tuesday 11th April 2023. Please see our “Work For Us” page on the College website for more information on how to complete the application. Please note late applications are not acceptable.