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Electrical Lecturer x3
Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
£30000 - £32000/annum Joining Bonus
Permanent (Full time)
If you’re a qualified electrician with a knack for sharing your knowledge with apprentices, apply now to join our training team begin a rewarding new chapter in your career.
At our purpose-built centres we train all of our own apprentices and with their numbers on the rise, we’re looking to expand our team by recruiting someone who’d like to put their years of electrical experience to use in a new field.
We will provide on-the-job training and fund your teaching qualifications and you’ll be mentored by existing members of the team, most of whom joined us straight ‘off the tools’ for a change in career direction.
For electricians new to teaching salary will start at £31,200, increasing over time as teaching qualifications and experience are gained. A welcome bonus will also be payable in two parts: £1,500 after successful completion of a six-month probation period and a further £1,000 18 months after joining, subject to starting a level 5/7 teaching qualification.
Working hours are based on a 39-hour week Monday to Friday, including an early finish on Fridays.
Successful applicants with need to undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service check before taking up the position.
Preparing and delivering a mixture of theory and practical training for apprentices, starting with more straightforward topics like health and safety and installation, and progressing to fault finding and testing.
Conducting and marking practical assessments
Updating learner records to ensure accurate records of progress and attendance are maintained
Carrying out learner progress reviews
Applicants must be fully qualified electricians (JIB Gold Card equivalent) with at least five years’ electrical experience.
Skills and Attrributes:
Good IT skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint)
Full driving licence
A ‘people person’ who communicates well and naturally belongs in a people-focused role
Upbeat personality and positive outlook that encourages enthusiasm in others
Flexibility and adaptability when plans need to change at short notice
Approachability combined with the professionalism and credibility that make a good teacher
Appreciation of the ‘bigger picture’, including the need to operate productively and meet deadlines whilst maintaining high standards of teaching
Full driving licence