Electrical Lecturer

Posted 01/07/2024 by National Skills Agency

Rush Green, Greater London

About Our Client

Our clients overall mission is to unleash potential; creating better futures for their learners, businesses and communities.  They strive for excellence in being able to support and deliver inspirational learning and excellence through career focused education and their staff are integral to making this happen!

Our client are constantly investing in their people and facilities to ensure they are delivering an outstanding experience for those who learn from them. £50m has been invested in their spaces and facilities over the last 8 years, and the £15m East London Institute of Technology is at the forefront of technical education.

Main Duties

  • Teach and assess on one or more of the courses delivered, or serviced, by the curriculum area and contribute to the development of existing and new, innovative provision, including the implementation of motivational, flexible and blended learning and cost effective teaching and learning styles.
  • Complete the administrative work associated with teaching efficiently and effectively, including timely completion of registers (which are auditable documents and a requirement by law), lesson planning documentation, schemes and records of work, E ILPs, learner tracking and monitoring documentation and various forms of learner progression sheets.
  • Develop and implement learner centred, learner assessment strategies in accordance with policies (which place learners at the centre and emphasise the significance of constructive and developmental feedback for successful learning).
  • Awarding Body assessment requirements must also be followed rigidly.
  • Adopt a consistent and constructive approach in dealing with learner discipline in accordance with the learner support and disciplinary policy.
  • Adopt procedures and practices to create safe working environments and enforce any health and safety standards in the area of work, ensuring all learners understand and comply.
  • Ensure that equipment and materials are treated with respect by classes for which they are responsible and that laboratories, computing rooms and other teaching areas are left clean and tidy.
  • Keep abreast of developments in their specialist field/subject area, especially in the theory and practice of education and the latest industry/sector training requirements/ standards.
  • Undertake personal coaching / tutorial and pastoral responsibilities for designated learners in order to support learners in their own development and their future progression.
  • Keep up to date with Quality improvement and enhancement initiatives and be aware of, and meet, service standards for the curriculum area.
  • For success rates, the aspiration is to acquire a minimum of 80% success rate for all qualifications.
  • Work flexibly, which may include evening & weekend work. Evening work may be teaching or evening duty.

Personal Specification

Education / Training

  • Have a Level 3 qualification in the subject relevant to the course to be delivered. (Essential)
  • Possess a teaching qualification or be prepared to undertake a teaching qualification (Essential)
  • Possess an assessor qualification or be prepared to undertake the qualification (Desirable).


  • Have recent & relevant experience of teaching subject to learners from Entry Level to Level 5 (Essential)
  • Evidence of recent substantial industrial experience (Desirable)
  • Be prepared to become a member of the Institute for Learning & undertake CPD as required (Essential).

Skills and Attributes

  • Ability to deliver excellent teaching, learning and assessment pedagogic practice (Essential)
  • Be able to deliver a variety of pedagogic strategies to suit a variety of learning styles (Essential)
  • Have the ability and interest to contribute to learner enrichment activities (Essential)
  • Possess excellent interpersonal and team development skills and have the ability to contribute to the team and its goals (Essential)
  • Be able to work independently and as a member of the team (Essential)
  • Be well organised, reliable and punctual (Essential)
  • Possess good IT and administrative skills and be able to keep accurate tracking records of learners’ progress, keep an up to date schemes and records of work (Essential).


  • A competitive salary including London Weighting
  • Generous holiday and pension packages
  • Being part of a team passionate about education and success
  • Links with industry and CPD opportunities
  • Free parking, travel to work and technology assistance schemes.

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