|Job Title:||Mechanical Engineering Teacher|
|Salary:||Competitive salary offered|
|Contract Type:||Full time|
Brief outline of role:
The role of the teacher is to deliver, assess and where necessary offer support to learners engaged in standards / NVQ engineering courses up to level 3, in accordance with the awarding body guidelines.
As an Engineering teacher, you will deliver high quality teaching to individuals and groups and assess learners work to meet the standards within the Engineering sector.
Key Responsibilities specific to role:
To deliver and assess Mechanical Engineering courses up to and including Level 4.
Unit content to include:
- measuring and marking off
- safe and correct use of tools
- hand-fitting techniques
- general machining (lathe/milling work)
- maintaining mechanical devices
- mechanical principles
- computer aided design
- principles and maintenance of fluid power systems
- mathematics for engineering technicians
To develop and maintain the current engineering course materials.
Assist in assessing and developing curriculum needs and contribute to plans for programme improvement changing plans for improvement.
Maintain effective and efficient record keeping procedures. (unit progress tracking, IAG and ILP etc).
To review course content and delivery methods on a regular basis.
Assume responsibility for meeting their course and learner performance goals.
To ensure all relevant evidence of learning is accurately and correctly documented and completed for each learner.
Provide feedback and support to learners on a one to one / group basis.
To prepare and assist in internal and external audits.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by their line Manager.
|Knowledge, Skills and Abilities||E- Essential D – Desirable|
|An understanding of the advanced apprenticeship standards||E|
|An intermediate level of understanding of MS office applications||E|
|Communicates effectively, both orally, and in writing, with learners, employers and other professionals||E|
|Ability to work as part of a team||E|
|Creative and innovative with the ability to change role to suit NA College requirements and changing environment||E|
|Knowledge of a range of teaching and learning strategies that provide learner progression and success.||E|
|An understanding of the advanced apprenticeship standards||D|
|Knowledge of Ofsted criteria (EIF)||D|
|Has experience of teaching, delivering and developing Engineering courses||E|
|Current practical experience within vocational area||E|
|Have a minimum of three years’ experience in industry.||E|
|Experience in delivering innovative classroom-based activities||E|
|Experience in using a range of technology to support learning||E|
|Experience working with Awarding Bodies and EPA organisations||D|
|Experience in using e portfolios||D|
|Qualifications and Training|
|HNC / NVQ level 3 in Engineering||E|
|Hold a relevant teaching qualification or working towards||E|
|A broad portfolio of professional and personal development||E|
|NA College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect staff to share this commitment||E|
|Target driven and committed to achieving excellence through continuous improvement||E|
|Staff will always strive to achieve outstanding practices during observations to demonstrate excellence in assessing||E|
|Willing to undertake new learning and personal development||E|
|Flexibility and readiness to adapt to changing circumstances and work to meet changing requirements and new ideas||E|
|Have a friendly and humorous disposition to fit the culture of NA College||E|
|Able to obtain a satisfactory DBS clearance||E|
|Able to commute||E|
|Ability to work flexibly to meet NA College requirements.||E|