Sessional Lecturer - Animal Management

Salary: £22.80 - £24.00

Closing Date: 27th October 2020

Interview Date: 4th November 2020

The Role

Sessional Lecturer in Animal Management

 

Salary: £22.80 – £24.00 per hour (depending on qualifications & experience)

Hours: Up to 27 hours per week for 34 weeks per year  

 

Would you like to use your knowledge and industry experience to teach and develop our Further Education Animal Management students? 

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic person to join our friendly, supportive and experienced Further Education team based at Bishop Burton College. 

The ideal candidate will have an animal related degree and at least 1 years teaching or training experience at higher education or further education.  You should have related industry experience in animal husbandry or animal welfare.

You will have excellent communication skills and be able to teach students from level 1 to level 3.  Particular experience of working with special educational needs and disabilities is an must.

This is an ideal opportunity to further develop your skills, to deliver a fantastic service and make a significant impact to the students of Bishop Burton College.

 

The Benefits

  • Excellent rural work environment
  • Free car parking
  • A range of on-site catering facilities
  • Discounted gym membership at the on-site gym
  • Membership to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme
  • Strong College Values such as Striving for Excellence and ‘Can do’ Attitude

 

How to Apply

To apply please visit our website: 

 www.bishopburton.ac.uk/about-us/vacancies/current-vacancies and download the application form and job description with the person specification. 

E-mail your completed application form to the HR Team, by the closing date to:human.resources@bishopburton.ac.uk   

If you have any queries please contact the HR Team at the above email address or telephone 01964 504190.

 

Closing date:          27rd October 2020

Interview date:    4th November 2020

 

No Agencies

 

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.  An enhanced DBS check will be carried out on the successful candidate.  Bishop Burton College is committed to Equal Opportunities for all.

 

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