Lecturer in Animal Studies

Salary:  £30,031 – £44,498 FTE

(Starting salary dependent upon qualifications and experience)

Contract: Fractional, Permanent; 0.8 Equivalent to 4 days a week

Required: Immediate Start Available

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an adaptable and creative individual to join our ambitious Animal teaching team within the Faculty of Business and Land and contribute to curriculum delivery. Teaching across our current Animal Level 3 and Level 2 provision and we will be moving to the exciting new T Level qualification in 2024.  The Animal department is committed to encouraging students to reach their full potential and welcomes innovation. Candidates will ideally have experience in teaching the vast breadth and depth of knowledge required across these areas. Candidates will be committed to the Cirencester College mission and vision and be able to demonstrate the ability to work to deadlines in a demanding environment.

Candidates should have a commitment to post compulsory education at FE and be motivated to achieve high standards in teaching and learning.  The ability to work well within a team and to adapt to curriculum demands is essential. Ideally candidates should possess a good honours degree and a teaching qualification. The College is supportive of new entrants into the teaching profession, and we are therefore willing to consider applications from graduates who are willing to undertake a supported teaching qualification as part of their professional development.  

Closing Date: 11 December 2023

Interviews will be held:  18th December 2023

PLEASE APPLY NOW – This position will close once sufficient applications are received.

We regret that due to the large number of applications we receive we are only able to contact those candidates to be interviewed.

Benefits include: Teachers Pensions defined benefit pension scheme (including life assurance), generous holidays, sick pay scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, free on-site car parking, on-site fitness suite, Refectory and Cycle to Work Scheme.

Cirencester College may carry out online searches during the recruitment process on shortlisted candidates, as part of due diligence checks.

This College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Cirencester College welcomes applications from all sectors of the community and is an equal opportunities employer.