Animal Management Lecturer

Reference:

R0008712022

Location:

Mottingham

Salary:

£24,379-£27,262pa salary for unqualified Lecturers £28,763-£37,952pa salary for qualified Lecturers. Salaries inclusive of London Weighting and based on Teaching and Learning grade

Closing date:

09 October 2022

Full time, Permanent

Mottingham  

36 hours per week, 52 weeks per year

We are seeking to appoint an experienced full-time, permanent Lecturer in Animal Management at our Mottingham campus.

The successful candidate will be responsible for contributing to the teaching programme and course management of the College’s courses including Levels 1, 2, and 3 in Animal Care and Animal Management and supporting learners to realise their full potential, possibly across its campuses throughout London, as appropriate and in liaison with college personnel.

The ideal candidate will deliver and coordinate the assessment of a range of subjects related to Animal Management and Care to appropriate examination body standards, including both campus- and work-based learning. Competence in the care and management of a wide range of animal species would be an advantage. Moreover, they will provide specialist advice relating to animal care activities and developments. They will take shared responsibility for the health and welfare of the College’s animal stock, including contribution to weekend, holiday and emergency cover rotas as required. We expect candidates to possess an HND, degree or similar in animal science, zoology or a related discipline. It is desirable that the successful candidate holds a teaching qualification, or must be willing to work towards one.

Most, importantly, the successful candidate will join a vibrant, creative, and supportive team, with a shared passion and vision in making a positive impact to the lives of students of all ages and backgrounds.

What’s in it for you?

We offer the opportunity to help develop your skills and knowledge in a friendly team environment, plus a range of benefits including a career average pension scheme (LGPS), employee assistance programme and full access to Capel Gardens.

Equality, diversity, and inclusion

We are committed to creating and promoting a diverse and inclusive workforce that better reflects the wider community we support. We particularly welcome applicants from groups currently under-represented in senior roles, including females, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), people with disabilities and from the LGBTQ community.

Closing date:    9 October 2022 TBC

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