Post title: Bank Lecturer
Salary: £29 per hour
Hours: Ad hoc to provide cover as and when required
Location: 39-41 Upper Oldfield Park, Bath, BA2 3LB / York Place, London Road, Bath, BA1 6AE
Would you like to work for an organisation steeped in history but focused on the future and recognised worldwide as an organisation of excellence? An organisation that promotes a healthy work/life balance and recognises and rewards achievements? If so, then Norland is the place for you.
Our award-winning early years undergraduate degree and integrated diploma programme is world-renowned for delivering outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for our students. In March 2019 we were also granted Taught Degree Awarding Powers (TDAP) by the Privy Council and now offer our own BA (Hons) Early Years Development and Learning degree alongside the prestigious Norland diploma. We were recently named the top university in the UK for enhanced graduate outcomes in the 2021 Whatuni Student Choice Awards.
We are looking to appoint a small group of bank lecturers who will be available to provide ad-hoc teaching cover when required, sometimes at short notice. Students at Norland study a unique combination of the BA (Hons) Early Years Development and Learning degree programme together with the Norland Diploma, a practical based course which prepares students for working with babies, young children and their families.
As a lecturer, you will teach on the degree programme but will make appropriate links to putting theory into practice. The role includes preparing and delivering lectures and marking student assignments.
You must have substantial experience of working within the early years sector and with students in the early years field and hold a relevant higher degree (MA) OR have a relevant undergraduate degree and be actively working towards an MA or equivalent.
The successful candidate will need to be a self-starter, with the ability to get on well with people, be highly organised in order to meet deadlines and work to a high level of accuracy in a fast-paced environment. A flexible approach to work and a friendly, approachable nature are key to being successful in this role.
Please send a copy of your CV, along with a covering letter outlining why you wish to apply and what skills you could bring to the role. The covering letter must be, addressed to the Principal, Dr Janet Rose to [email protected]
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Dr Janet Rose (Principal) on 01225 904041 or email [email protected]
This is an open advert and Interviews will be arranged at a time convenient for both the applicant and panel. Appointments will be made as and when suitable candidates are identified.
Norland is committed to safeguarding and ensuring the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all students and staff to share this commitment.
The suitability of all prospective staff will be assessed during the recruitment process in line with this commitment. All offers made will be on the condition of relevant safer recruitment checks being conducted and in line with the college policies and procedures.
Norland is an equal opportunities employer.