Lecturer - Electrical Engineering

Overview
Reference: AT - 8559 - To
Salary: £33500 - £34500
Job Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
Job Type: Contract
Posted: Thursday, 23rd January 2020
Lecturer- Electrical Engineering
Location: Birmingham
Salary: c.£34,000 Depending on Experience
Contract Type: Maternity Cover - Minimum of 3 Months
Alternative Titles: Electrical Teacher, Electrical Classroom Trainer, Electrical Apprentice Teacher, FE Electrical Classroom Teacher

The COMPANY
Our client is a huge manufacturer's trade guild who can boast around a quarter of manufacturing businesses in the UK as members. Working on behalf of manufacturing in the UK they offer business services and a lobbying voice at the heart of Government. As part of their commitment to excellence they have developed/offer the very best training from their centre in Birmingham to aid companies in developing highly skilled apprentices.

The ROLE
The successful Electrical Lecturer will be required:
*Deliver lessons/lectures to up to max. 18 pupils.
*Develop training plans.
*Guide and teach apprentices in a classroom environment.
*Assess learners progress and deliver constructive feedback to all interested parties.

The CANDIDATE
Our client is looking for strong applicants with a desire to impart knowledge allied to the following skill set:
* Electrical Engineering qualification.
* Experience in a similar role
* Minimum Level 3 teacher training qualification or PTLLS
* Manufacturing/Engineering Industry Experience.

This role is commutable from:
Birmingham
Wolverhampton
Walsall
Stafford
Burton upon Trent
West Bromwich
Oldbury
Sutton Coldfield
Cannock
Tamworth
Lichfield
Aston
Saltley
Handsworth

Mana Resourcing is a specialist recruitment company working within the Engineering, Sales, IT and Commercial sectors. We are established to service and support the recruitment requirements of modern businesses and candidates alike.

Contact Information
Name : Andrew Townsin
Email : andrew@manajobs.co.uk
Phone : 01572 821 985

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