Our Client is a first rate educational body with an end goal of educating, developing and inspiring the next generation of workers to the highest standard in order for them to enter the local working market. Our client operates in over 7 locations within Cumbria and has contributed monumentally to the local supply chain with 97% of apprentices going directly in to full time employment.
Lecturer in Mechanical & Process Engineering
Salary: £30-34k, depending on qualifications and experience.
Location: Energus Academy, Blackwood Road, Lillyhall, Workington, Cumbria
Closing Date: Open
We are an OFSTED Grade 1 training provider based in West Cumbria. We provide a diverse range of employer-led training, including engineering apprenticeships, degree courses and postgraduate programmes. The company has established strong partnerships with academia including the Universities of Manchester, Central Lancashire and Cumbria.
Due to expanding training business, the company is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Mechanical & Process Engineering. The position would suit a highly-motivated individual with a keen interest in the development and delivery of innovative and effective training programmes with a strong vocational element.
Duties: The successful candidate will contribute to teaching, project supervision, and curriculum development in the field of mechanical engineering, including statics & dynamics, thermo-fluid mechanics, energy and electro-mechanical principles. Teaching duties will extend to BEng Hons.
Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Qualifications: Essential: A minimum of BEng Hons at Class 2.1 or an equivalent qualification in a relevant engineering or science discipline. Desirable: A postgraduate qualification in a relevant discipline; CertEd or equivalent.
Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
Experience: Desirable: Experience in the application of mechanical & process engineering in an industrial, research or academic environment.
For less experienced candidates, we will consider appointment at the Junior Lecturer grade with the expectation that the individual will undertake appropriate training and professional development, including working towards a recognised teaching qualification.