Abingdon and Witney College
The Technology department at Abingdon and Witney College have an exciting opportunity to deliver Biology practical and theory content to our learners on a HP (Hourly paid) basis. Knowledge of human anatomy and physiology is essential and subject awareness of cell biology and microbiology is desirable.
The curriculum manager would be keen to talk to anyone that has knowledge in the areas of human anatomy and physiology and is able to deliver one session a week on a Tuesday morning, until the end of the academic year. This post starts as soon as possible.
You will be joining a vibrant and successful team and play a vital role in inspiring and supporting the development of the next generation of healthcare professionals within Oxfordshire.
The applicant must have appropriate means of travel to attend Witney campus.
Although no formal teaching qualification is necessary, this would be an advantage. However, this role would suit someone with a keen interest for the FE sector, or a healthcare professional looking to pass on their experience to the next generation.
If you would like to find out more about this position, then please leave your details and a member of the team will be in touch.
In return, Abingdon & Witney College offer excellent benefits to our employees including generous pension and holiday schemes (with potential Christmas closure days), continued professional development, flexible working options, corporate gym membership, cycle/tech scheme and much more.
Closing date: 5th January 2022 (midnight)
Interview date: TBC
AWC values diversity and encourages applications from all sections of the community. We are committed to safeguarding and expect all our employees and volunteers to share this commitment. We are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and all appointments are subject to satisfactory clearances including enhanced DBS checks
Applications are reviewed and shortlisted on a rolling basis and we reserve the right to interview, appoint and close adverts early due to the volume of applications we receive.