Lecturer/Assessor - Logistics & Procurement

22854.00 - 30690.00 GBP Annual + GBP22854 - GBP30690/annum
30 Aug 2017
27 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Lecturer/Assessor - Logistics & Procurement
St Helens
GBP22,854 - GBP30,690

Full Time Permanent

Our client is seeking to appoint a dynamic and self-motivated individual to the role of Lecturer/Assessor in Logistics and Procurement. This is an exciting opportunity to join an expanding area of the curriculum, which boasts continued learner success and achievement.

The successful candidate must be able to teach a number of topics within the logistic and procurement field.

As part of the role you will contribute to the organisation and delivery of existing programs but more specifically will develop and manage the introduction of curriculum innovation and recruitment of students within the department. Along with excellent communication and presentation skills, a high degree of personal motivation and commitment are essential to the success of this post.

The successful candidate must:
Hold a degree level qualification
Hold a professional business qualification (CIPS and or CILT)
Have a current membership with CIPS and or CILT
Hold a relevant teaching qualification (Cert Ed/PGCE) or be expected to achieve within a set period from the date of appointment
Hold Assessor and Verifier qualifications
Hold GCSE English & maths (A*-C)

The benefits package includes generous annual leave, membership of final salary or career average pension scheme, professional development and training, free on-site car parking, and other voluntary benefit schemes, including childcare vouchers and cycle to work scheme.

Our client is committed to Equality and Diversity and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff, students and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

This role does not meet the minimum requirements set by UK Visas & Immigration to enable sponsorship of migrant workers. Therefore we cannot progress applications from candidates who require sponsorship to work in the UK

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