- Midlothian Campus, 46 Dalhousie Road, EH22 3FR
- £34,170 - £42,357 per year pro rata (placement on the salary scale is dependent on qualifications and experience as per the national guidelines).
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Part Time
- 17.5 hours per week
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You will be required to deliver classroom theories subject matter within the faculty of Engineering between Engineering SCQF levels 5 to 8. The related subjects will be within Instrumentation, Control and Measurement systems, which will include industrial application within engineering related disciplines and workshop practices skills set. A working knowledge and experience of oil and gas engineering background will be a desirable attribute.
You will be required to meet the needs of progression for SFC (Scottish Funding Council) additional places content and will also take a lead role in improving Engineering and the use of VLE (Virtual Learning Environment).
Educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant discipline, you will possess knowledge of sustainable, new technologies and automation plus possess professional experience and up to date skills in Measurement, Control and Instrumentation Engineering.
If you are interested in using your enthusiasm for engineering, and your ability to relate to people, to deliver quality skills training and education to our students we would like to hear from you. We will support you to become a qualified lecturer if you are not one already.
Please see the Job Description and Person Specification for further details.
The successful candidate may be required to work at any Edinburgh College campus.
What we can offer you
We have great benefits at Edinburgh College, with generous annual leave (45 days including public holidays and closure days), a career average pension scheme and access to other benefits and cycle to work. We also have great on-site facilities including a gym, pool, training restaurants, shops and canteens. Plus, you get to be part of a unique organisation which contributes to improving the lives of others.
Closing Date: Wednesday 29th September 2021