Lecturer in A Level Sociology
Paddington Green, Operational reasons may require you to work at alternative sites to meet the exigencies of the business
£34,140 - £42,439 per annum (including London Weighting Allowance)
Full Time, Permanent
United Colleges Group (UCG) is based at the heart of the education sector in London. With a combined turnover of £50m, the Group has both the ambition and strength to create a lasting difference in the local communities it serves, and beyond. United Colleges Group, formed in 2017, has continued to provide strong education and skills support to the 16,000 learners who we serve every year. We have around 1,000 dedicated, skilled and enthusiastic staff who always put the needs of our students first and we are now looking for a Lecturer/Assessor in Sociology to join our cohort of dedicated staff.
About the Role
The College currently has an opportunity for a suitably qualified and experienced Lecturer who can contribute to the teaching and development of Sociology. Ideally, you will have the subject knowledge and experience of teaching this subject area.
The successful candidate should have a degree (or equivalent) in a related area. You should also be familiar with the current A level and Access curriculum and we encourage applications from teachers with a broad range of disciplines both in practice and theory
You will have sound organisational skills, your ability to work cooperatively and contribute positively and creatively to a team is also essential.
You will also possess a recognised Level 4 teaching qualification (PGCE/CertEd) or be willing to work towards a Level 5 teaching qualification upon appointment. Excellent communication, administration and interpersonal skills together with a commitment to working effectively as part of a team and contribute positively and creatively are also essential in this role.
In return, the Group offers generous annual leave, a defined-benefit pension scheme, an interest-free season ticket loan, cycle scheme, free sight tests, enhanced maternity and paternity leave schemes and many other benefits.
The College is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be subject to full-vetting procedures including an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Services Check.